Hi There, Fellow Gardeners!
This is AnnahMarie.
Today, Organic Gurlz Gardens
of Indiana will be sharing information on Eco-friendly Arts and Crafts for the Home.
Arts and Crafts are fun – but what if they could be eco-friendly? Today, Organic Gurlz Gardens
is here to share some ways you can enjoy eco-friendly entertainment.
Besides being wonderful plant labels, pet rocks can be awesome eco-supportive craft projects!
So grab your paint brushes, it’s time to add a few cool ‘family members’ to your home – and garden!
**We at Organic Gurlz Gardens suggest using a more Earth-based paint (such as water colors) for organic reasons. **
Tree bark canvas:
Who needs paper? Flat pieces of tree bark can be used as a wonderful natural canvas to fulfill your artistic desires.
Tree bark is a great eco-friendly
way to paint or draw a beautiful masterpiece. Just use the side of the bark that is facing towards the tree.
**Tip from Organic Gurlz Gardens – if you are looking to bring the finished artwork inside to hang as a work, rinse off the bark for about 20 seconds before you even lift your paintbrushes. After all, you don’t want any ants patrolling the kitchen! **
Speaking of wood, check out the next segment for more interesting information.
Who doesn’t love the smell of fresh wood?
Carving twigs into knives, forks, and spoons can be used as interesting décor for a log cabin (or actually can be used as utensils on a family camping trip!)
Carving is well heard of, but it still is a neat way to have fun with the environment!
Bear figurines? Of course! And don’t forget those carrot figurines! Oh! And shovel figurines and, well, I maybe be getting carried away here.
Using corks from old wine
bottles can be reused as Christmas tree ornaments. A toothpick can be place in the center of one and used as an extra-large serving pick. Also, the cork head makes a great place for storing all of your sewing needles and pins.
Don't forget to tell your kids, grandchildren , nieces and nephews about the Kids Oasis
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