DIY Projects Archive

No More Mosquito Bites

Ever wonder how to keep mosquito’s from biting you with natural chemical free way’s? A mosquito repellent doesn’t actually kill mosquitoes. Repellents work by making people less attractive to mosquitoes, so they’re less likely to bite you. Johnson’s Baby cream oil. Works for kids and adults alike. Smells great too. Lavender. You can grow lavender in

10 Healthy Snacks

Snacks to keep healthy and keep your weight down. Granola Bars Granola bars are known to be healthy because they have lesser sugar levels and lesser fat and sodium levels as opposed to an ordinary chocolate bar. Also, a granola bar consists of other nutrients which are healthy for you. String Cheese This is a

Natural Remedies To Relieve Your Allergy Symptoms

When allergies are mild or moderate, they are usually not very threatening and go away with time. However, severe allergic reactions can be dangerous and require medical attention. Natural remedies: Raw honey. Taking one tablespoon of RAW local honey daily, such as by stirring some into tea, adding some to oatmeal along with cinnamon, or putting

DIY Hidden Kitty Litter Box

Make your own hidden kitty litter box. Hidden inside a beautiful plant. Material’s needed: 1 large plastic pot 1 plastic bag 3 Styrofoam blocks moss plastic greenery Cat litter Watch video for instructions:

Natural Mosquito and Bug Yard Spray

This DIY Natural Yard Spray will keep mosquito, tick and fleas away for up to 30 days. Safe for children and pets and only needs 3 ingredients. It has a nice minty smell, too. Print Natural Mosquito and Bug Yard Spray Ingredients Big bottle Blue cheap mouthwash 3 cups of Epsom salt 3 stale 12

Make Your Own Concrete Leaf Bowls

So many places you could place these DIY Concrete Leaf Bowls. Concrete leaves are a common-place addition to many gardens, adding a solid path and a beautiful accessory in one. Or use it as a table center piece. Materials needed: large, textured leaf shallow box sand spray bottle + water garbage bag bucket quick-drying cement