Below are some of the crafting workshops we’ve developed, but we are constantly dreaming up new ways to reuse and recycle. Let’s brainstorm together!
Potpourri filled eye masks with that fabric you love but never wear.
a mixture of dried petals and spices placed in a bowl or small sack to perfume clothing or a room.
On the wrong sleep cycle? Travel a lot? Lucky enough to be in Sweden for the summer? Give your eyes a rest - make yourself an eye mask!
If you already have a pile of fabric you’ve been saving but aren’t sure what to do with, this is the project. If not, dig through that closet, and snag a piece with fabric that you love but never get around to wearing. It’s time to repurpose it! For this activity you will need two pieces of fabric approximately 9 inches by 5 inches.
Aromatherapy works wonders, and sticking a soft satchel filled with flowers on your face really does the trick. Our pups love it, too! Check out the flowers we used and their benefits here.
Did you know you can make safe, natural dyes with things in your fridge or garden? Let your skin soak in those vitamins!
Many of the things we wear are dyed with questionable materials. Why not ditch the sketchy chemicals and fuel your next tie dye party with the vibrant hues of fresh fruits, veggies, herbs and flowers?
Natural dyes may not hold as well as chemical dyes but that’s the fun part. After a while your garment is like a new piece!
Plus, when you wash you’re not rinsing additional chemicals into our waterways.
It was a sad day when we found out that most candles are actually toxic to burn. Fortunately, there’s a simple solution - use more natural ingredients. Pour your own candles filled with your favorite crystals, flowers and charms for a surprise every time you set it aflame.