Delicious Chick Pea Loaf Recipe

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Tonight I was pondering what in the world to fix for supper. I seem to have gotten into somewhat of a rut when it comes to cooking lately and this looks like a delicious way out of that rut.  Next time I go grocery shopping I’ll be buying these ingredients and making this tasty treat. […]

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{Meet a Member} Herban Lifestyle

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Mary Kearns of Herban Lifestyle resides in the Washington, DC area with her husband, 2 children and pet rabbit. She spends half her time on her Etsy business and the other half  working for a consulting firm in the scientific review of cancer prevention programs. How did you get started in your chosen craft and […]

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Amazing Grilled Veggies and Cous Cous

It’s 7:00 PM and I still haven’t eaten dinner. For some reason, after posting this recipe from Tiffany, of Picnic Basket Crafts, I find myself wanting to gnaw on my computer screen! This recipe looks absolutely delicious and, if it EVER stops raining here in NE Ohio, I may “have” to make this for my […]

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{Eco-Tutorial} Making Your Own Duster from Evil Fleece and Velvet

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For today’s tutorial Rain of Re-Maine Wicked shared her tutorial which was borne out of her dislike for specific fabrics. Wondering what to do with your fleece and velvet discards? Read on! I have a love/ hate relationship with fleece and a very volatile relationship with velvet.  I am a notoriously staticky (I know that’s not […]

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Making Mailing Envelopes from Recycled Store Paper Bags

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Chriss Smith (Art of Zen Crochet) kindly shared this tutorial for making mailing envelopes from recycled brown paper store bags. (You know, the kind you get at the store when you forget your cloth bags?) These will save you some money and save some trees as well. PLUS, it’s a great way to spend a […]

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{Meet a Member} Dinner Time Chimes

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Dinner Time Chimes Erin Thompson of Dinner Time Chimes in North Carolina has been crafting wind chimes from silverware and garden décor from other discarded items for over 15 years. She is wife to Gavin, the other half of the Dinner Time Chimes team, and mother to an 8 month old little dude and a […]

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In Pictures – The EcoEtsy Flickr Group

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Welcome whales and wildflowers?  Kiss me, I’m the most improved irish turtle?  What do you see here?  (You know, besides the fantastic eco-friendliness that is our team? )  These beauties were found in our team Flickr group, please stop by and have a look. 1. 2.23.11 … homemade stickers, 2. Walter – all together now, 3. […]

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Fertilizers Affecting our Water Quality

  Nothing says Spring like the color green appearing everywhere.  The massive use of phosphorus fertilizers is a common Spring ritual and is currently drawing a lot of attention.  Phosphorus use worldwide is affecting our quality of life.  The countdown to Spring correlates with the smell of lawn fertilizers in many places.  Are they helpful, […]

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{Eco-Tutorial} How To Make A Gift Bag

Here’s a tutorial from Jen of Winkydinks showing how to make a reusable gift bag. If you read Monday’s post about recycling paper you know how important it is to preserve trees.  These gift bags are a great way to reduce, reuse and save many trees in the process! You can make gift bags for […]

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