Celebrate the shortest day of the year with winter solstice crafts, supporting wildlife, warming food recipes, and experiences. Each is a way to stay creative and positive and a way to bring instant hygge into the home. Daylight hours lengthen after the winter solstice, and that’s something to rejoice!
How to make DIY soy candles using recycled glass ramekins, soy wax, a natural wick, and a beautiful fragrance. Candle making is not difficult and it can even be eco-friendly if you use upcycled containers and plant-based wax! This is seriously a cute and easy candle project perfect for making gifts or candles to use around the home.
Instructions for how to make homemade firestarters using wood wool, beeswax, and liquid cooking oil. They look and act just like purchased firelighters but are much less expensive to make. This DIY project takes about thirty minutes, start to finish, and the firestarters light up in a flash.
Festive Christmas soap recipe made with simple layers of creamy and gold-tinted soap batter and subtly scented with raw golden honey. Includes a simple way to make swirled soap in cavity molds!
Use golden calendula flower petals to make natural yellow soap using the cold-process method. This calendula-infused oil soap recipe uses calendula petals infused in olive oil and a few other natural soap ingredients.
Grow more herbs in less space in an herb spiral. This innovative outdoor herb garden allows you to grow more herbs in less space using an attractive spiral design and red bricks. Instructional video included.
Make Christmas tree bath bombs with beautifully scented essential oils, colored minerals, and naturally-fizzy ingredients. These are super cute and easy to make handmade gifts for the holidays! Includes a full DIY video so that you can see and understand each step.
This popular and easy to understand natural soapmaking guide from Lovely Greens will teach you how to confidently make soap from scratch using all-natural ingredients…
Step-by-step process on how to decorate a fresh Christmas wreath with foraged greenery, berries, and dried fruit. Also includes how to create a wreath base using willow