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UPDATE: This post originally ran last summer but with our Thai Blue Sky lookbook online now, we were inspired to share it again! Read more »

Tiffany -Mar 08, 2015, 8:20PM
Thank you for sharing! Love this! www.charlottecoutureglam.etsy.com
Carlyn Clark -Mar 04, 2015, 5:03PM
I tried Shibori folding with traditional indigo dye for the first time. I was amazed at the results! http://www.carlynclark.com/blog-on-my-artistic-process/indigo-shibori-dying

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The sound of a wind chime gently swaying in the warm summer breeze brings an instant feeling of calm. Read more »

luna-ish -Jul 01, 2014, 6:44AM
That is an amazing DIY project Thankyou for this post :D Good vibes
Britt -May 26, 2014, 8:34PM
I have a backyard full of bamboo- now I know what to do with it.

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I’m always on the hunt for natural alternatives to everyday beauty products. As the temperatures start to warm up, the only thing on my mind is long days spent in the sunshine. Read more »

gabby -Apr 29, 2015, 2:11AM
To everyone who is worried about using a natural product which you know every ingredient it has in. You should all be more worried about using sunscreen from supermarkets etc which actually contain lots of harmful cancer causing chemicals. Do some research and think about what you are using on yourself and your children. tjis is a great recipe.
mauimama -Feb 23, 2015, 11:17PM
Thanks for sharing this. I tried some of these oils and had good results for off peak times of the day (mornings and late afternoons) in Maui. My family tried them afterwards and we all had success despite being fair-skinned. We also wear hats and generally avoid the sun during the hottest part of the day or use zinc oxide based block those times of the day. Many locals avoid sunblock here, many use wheat germ oil.

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Post image for Botanical Mother’s Day Greeting DIY With Terrain

Any chance I get to visit Terrain, I  jump on it. Read more »

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Stated Income Lenders -Nov 08, 2014, 10:19PM
We decided to use both the franchise stores and the Wall Street Journal to sell low-cost state of the art computers. The result will be immense, where many people can continue to feel secure that they can afford the mortgage they signed up for. Unfortunately, this situation will take some time to work through the system despite all the government and Wall Street rhetoric. It is mixed with other minerals and chemicals and used as an inert volume and weight filler in drilling mud. A balance of zero is usually a bad thing because the credit scoring method sometimes treats this like a closed account.

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UPDATE: This post originally ran on April 7th but now that we’re spending more and more time outdoors we wanted to share it again! Read more »

Ronald Ashcraft -Dec 09, 2014, 2:23AM
Impressive..!! The all natural bug spray seems to be very effective and help one repel from all kinds of bugs with complete ease. However, one of my friends suggested me that mosquitorepellentservices.com is a website which has all the information about homemade mosquito repellents which help you to get rid of mosquito menace.
Ronald Ashcraft -Dec 09, 2014, 2:22AM
Impressive..!! The all natural bug spray seems to be very effective and help one repel from all kinds of bugs with complete ease. However, one of my friends suggested me that mosquitorepellentservices.com is a website which has all the information about homemade mosquito repellents which help you to get rid of mosquito menace.

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As the seasons start to change and the air turns warm and fresh, there’s nothing better than letting some of it into your home. Read more »

Emilia -Aug 02, 2014, 3:41PM
Cool! Really usefull and sweet, I definitely agree with that "door stops are usually not so stylish". I made my own too! And got one extra chair 'cause the one is not anymore playing a door stop ;) Thanks!
Rachel -May 30, 2014, 3:36PM
wow what a great idea. I would love to do this for a children's room with bright colored ribbon

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UPDATE: This post originally ran on March 28th but we’re still in love with this DIY and had to share it again! Read more »

Po' Girl -May 17, 2015, 10:48AM
I love your journal pages. Very lovely! I've heard of some trying this with orange based Citra Solve cleaner but claim the work is very strong smelling.
donna -May 03, 2015, 2:17PM
I found out this particular blender pen is filled with xylene. It's an item used in painting. I have a pen, that quickly ran out of xylene, so I went to home depot and bought a quart of xylene for $8.00. When I transfer images to wood, I use regular 20# bond paper, or 70# offset if it's a color image and always print from laser! To transfer, I simply dip my pen into a jar of xylene and brush over it til I achieve the transfer I need. Let the wood dry before wood burning, or applying heat. Xylene is flammable. Use it outside or in a well ventilated area. If you print on regular paper and are transferring to wood, you can also use an iron instead of the blender pen. I have done that before as well. I just prefer the pen over the iron.

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Post image for Edible Flower Ice Pops

Flowers are certainly nature’s eye candy… but certain kinds are able to be eaten, too. So why not make ice pops with them? Read more »

michelle -Feb 17, 2015, 9:16AM
Super love these! So girlie can't wait to try :)
Kimi -Sep 22, 2014, 5:46AM
So cool! Looks so yun and pretty.

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Post image for 5 Natural Air Fresheners For Spring

This week, I finally smelled it. That delicious scent swirling in the windows and through the house that can only be described as “spring.” Read more »

Jessy Gothworth -Nov 11, 2014, 8:12AM
What is your opinion about essential oils as natural air fresheners?
Jessy Gothworth -Nov 11, 2014, 8:08AM
What's your oppinion about essential oils and their usage as a natural air-freshener?

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Post image for Natural Dye Easter Eggs

Easter time has come, and the eggs are out. Dyeing of eggs is always a fun activity that everyone can enjoy, and the finished eggs can be used in so many ways. Read more »

YogiMe -Apr 11, 2014, 11:58PM
So much better than store bought http://www.namastefriendbazaar.com
Jessica -Apr 11, 2014, 11:48PM
Beets would make a lovely pink

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Post image for How To Make All-Natural Foundation With Sunscreen

When it comes to makeup, foundation is one thing you definitely want to make sure is made of natural ingredients. An abundance of foundations on the market are filled with not-so-natural ingredients, potentially harming more than just your skin. But not this one. Read more »

Alice -Feb 28, 2015, 9:53AM
Hello! I would just like to note that cocoa butter can clog pores while she's butter is non-comedogenic. If you are like me with acne prone skin, I would suggest makeing it with no cocoa butter. Great recipe!
Jo Marie -Sep 22, 2014, 8:09AM
Thank you for the post! I would try this at home, I think it's better to make your own than buy in the market because you can assure that it is safe to use.

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Post image for Herb-Infused Grapefruit Face Toner

As soon as spring hits, I become taken over by this incredible urge to incorporate fruits into everything I do. I want to eat them, I want to drink them, and I want to incorporate them into my beauty routine. Read more »

Melissa -Jan 15, 2015, 6:56PM
I having been using the recipe for oily/combination skin for almost a year and I love it. Also, I left the herbs in and kept the jar in the fridge, only taking out a little at a time, and it kept a LOT longer than 1-2 weeks. This is my only toner now.
Brittany -Aug 26, 2014, 1:06AM
Why is it that dried flowers and herbs must be removed? I was wanting to make a toner with witch hazel, essential oils and some dried lavender flowers but wanted to leave them in for looks. Wouldn't the other ingredients act as preservatives to keep the flowers from molding?

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