October 22, 2020

5 Eco-Friendly DIY Projects

1. Mason Jar Herb Garden

If you’re looking for a project that’s a little more hands on, try creating a mason jar herb garden! Not only will you love the convenience of having your own herb garden, but you’ll also be making good use of old mason jars and pieces of wood that might otherwise have gone to waste!

2. Plastic Bag Hammock

If your house is overrun by plastic bags, there’s any number of things you can do to make greener use of them. One of the most creative ones is making a hammock out of plastic bag!

3. Sewing Kit In A Jar

There are so many ways to repurpose old jars including a handy portable sewing kit. Say goodbye to lost pins, spools, and thimbles!

4. Make Your Own Table Napkins

Whether you’re eating family dinner or guests are visiting for tea, paper napkins are a wasteful way to keep your fingers clean and your table mess-free. Instead of working your way through reams of paper, make enough reusable napkins to get you from one laundry day to another!

5. Take Advantage Of The Rain

Rainwater is one of nature’s most underused resources, lets fix that! You can take some scraps to collect rainwater and use it to water your garden!

“Living a greener life” seems like a tall order sometimes. Don’t despair: Here are five DIY solutions to make your home a greener, happier place.



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