What to Do with Green Tomatoes

Debbie from Larson Farm Naturals tried making fried green tomatoes. Her results prompted her to try this recipe for green tomato jam instead! So we had our first freeze here the other night.  That means end of gardening for me.  I could go all out and try to cover everything each night.  Ya, I tried […]

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{Tuesday Treasury} Shot of Red on a Gray Day by The Wooden Bee

DIY cork coaster by The Wooden Bee

The winning treasury this week is ‘Shot of Red on a Gray Day’ curated by the Wooden Bee. A perfect demonstration of how a gray world can be uplifted by a splash of warm color. This clever idea by The Wooden Bee shows how lovely gray can be in it’s own right – although there […]

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How to Make Wine Cork Christmas Trees

My daughter just recently began her part-time job at Jo-Ann Fabrics and was aghast to see that the Christmas items were already being prominently displayed in the store. Upon inquiry, she was informed that the reason for the early displays (It was, after all, the beginning of September.) was to ensure that crafters would have […]

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{Tuesday Treasury} Look to the Past to Vision the Future

Darryl Black upcycled slouch hat

This week’s winning treasury is an antidote to the dull gray weather some of us have been experiencing lately.  “Save our Planet….Look to the Past to Vision the Future…..Live the Simple Life!” is a vibrant and lively collection of super EcoEtsy goodies guaranteed to inspire positivity. Darryl Black, the curator of this winning treasury, is […]

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When Life Gives You Lemons, There’s SO Much More to Do Than Make Lemonade!

lemons

Most of us know by now that lemons are yummy. We use them on salads, in drinks, with recipes for main dishes and desserts and a lot of us know that we can use lemon juice for cleaning as well.  I recently came upon a list of 24 things we can do with lemon! It’s […]

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Two Categories of Consumer Waste and How You Can Reduce Both

Thank you so much to Bee from The Wooden Bee for giving us this great article she wrote about consumer waste.  If you’re reading this post you are probably already conscious about your impact on the environment and the amount of waste you produce.  Hopefully, this article will inspire some new ideas or reinforce what […]

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{Tuesday Treasury} Eco Shades of Silver and Gray by Red or Gray Art

redograyart wrapped stone

This week’s winning Tuesday Treasury curator is Red or Gray Art with her clean green collection of cool shades:  Eco Shades of Silver and Gray A beautiful clean simplicity from Red or Gray Art in this black stone mini sculpture wrapped in goldenrod twine –  perfect on a desk or coffee table. Some more fabulous […]

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{Tuesday Treasury} Dreamy Summer Love Story by Tanja Sova

Violin box by Tanya Sova

This week’s Tuesday Treasury winner is Tanja Sova. Her beautiful collection titled “Dreamy Summer Love Story” was inspired by the thunder of  Mother Nature’s summer storms. This amazing handmade miniature violin box is from Tanya Sova’s shop.  It would make a romantic vessel for holding a wedding or engagement ring. Summer Love must be in […]

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{Eco Tip} Last Minute Green Gifts for Dad

ecologix planner

Father’s Day is Sunday, June 19. If you are like me, it sneaked up this year and just popped out of nowhere leaving me unprepared.  But fortunately, there are many last minute ways to give green gifts for Dad. If you can order them online in time to be delivered, great, but if not, you […]

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