Posts tagged frugal DIY
DIY: Color Wrapped Wheat

Fall has an amazing way to be colorful and beautiful. The change of warm summer to cooler nights, warm campfires, s'mores, and pumpkin everything! I think this is just about my favorite season! I decided to spruce up the house for this years fall festivities and try and keep it as cheap as possible!

Read More
DIY: Budget & Environmental Friendly All Natural Dye

I don’t know about you, but I absolutely love white dishtowels. I usually purchase a package of flour sack towels because they’re the cheapest. But sometimes you need something a little bit more than white in a kitchen to spice it up a bit! This Friday’s blog post is about naturally dyeing fabric with materials that you have around the house – ultimately saving you loads of money because you’re not buying the expensive hand towels at the store. Plus, those white flour sack towels have an uncanny knack for getting stains and turning grimy after a couple of uses. So, this is one way to cover up those pesky stains!

Read More
DIY Budget Friendly Hair Masks

Going to a salon can get expensive very quickly, am I right ladies? I usually drop about $120 every time I get my hair cut. Which, I don’t go as often as I should because of how expensive it is! You’ll be lucky to see me in that chair 3 times a year. But, by applying these hair treatments I’ve noticed that my hair is healthy, shiny, and full of volume which means I don’t have to go in as often anyways!

Read More
DIY Boot Oil

In trying to make everything that we own last – boot oil was a necessity. We have several leather books, wallets, bags, and more that just needs a bit of love every now and then to make last for several years to come. Once we were out of boot oil, I decided that it was time that I make a good DIY boot oil that smells great and will also make our well loved items look brand new again.

Read More
DIY Lush-a-Like Lotion

You guys! I’m so excited to share this recent discovery of mine. I cannot tell you how big of a Lush fanatic I am. The whole environmentally friendly, cruelty and toxin free thing is right up my ally due to my Hashimoto’s Disease and my love of the environment!

The only problem with Lush – and I say this with a heavy heart – is that it’s a bit pricy for someone who is counting pennies. So, when I started to experiment in the kitchen and discovered this wonderful copycat recipe, I was amazed and super excited.

Read More