growing a SCOBY from store bought kombucha. Now THIS I can do! I have been putting of trying kombucha because I didn't want to buy the SCOBY. Doesn't get much easier!

growing a SCOBY from store bought kombucha. Now THIS I can do! I have been putting of trying kombucha because I didn't want to buy the SCOBY. Doesn't get much easier!

12 Creative DIY Compost Bin Ideas! • Looking for a compost bin that you can easily make yourself? Explore this blog post and see tutorials on how to make your own compost bin for your garden!

12 Creative DIY Compost Bin Ideas

12 Creative DIY Compost Bin Ideas! • Looking for a compost bin that you can easily make yourself? Explore this blog post and see tutorials on how to make your own compost bin for your garden!

Vanilla Coconut Almond Date Bars • Healthy Lifestyle Chicago Area Mom Blogger

Vanilla Coconut Almond Date Bars

Vanilla Coconut Almond Date Bars • Healthy Lifestyle Chicago Area Mom Blogger

Do you have a ton of jewelry but you dont know how to store it neatly? If you dont want to spend a fortune on specially made jewelry storage, then these tips and hacks can help.  This list presents genius storage solutions and ideas to better organize your jewelry and even display your pieces beautifully.

13 Awesome DIY Hacks To Organize Your Jewelry And Accessories

Do you have a ton of jewelry but you dont know how to store it neatly? If you dont want to spend a fortune on specially made jewelry storage, then these tips and hacks can help. This list presents genius storage solutions and ideas to better organize your jewelry and even display your pieces beautifully.

HOMEMADE BUBBLE WANDS  so easy and so cute. Items: some twigs from the yard, some copper, brass or silver jewelery wire from the craft store & bubble solution:: You can give the sticks a clean cut with a saw or just try to snap them up evenly by hand::Gardening shears will work nicely as wire cutters, but scissors would do the job too. Just do a little twisting and voila:: the simplest bubble recipe was just non-organic dish soap (dawn) & water (about one cup of soap to 4 cups of water)::

HOMEMADE BUBBLE WANDS so easy and so cute. Items: some twigs from the yard, some copper, brass or silver jewelery wire from the craft store & bubble solution:: You can give the sticks a clean cut with a saw or just try to snap them up evenly by hand::Gardening shears will work nicely as wire cutters, but scissors would do the job too. Just do a little twisting and voila:: the simplest bubble recipe was just non-organic dish soap (dawn) & water (about one cup of soap to 4 cups of water)::

Daylesford Farmshop & Café – An organic piece of heaven

Daylesford Farmshop & Café – An organic piece of heaven

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