You need a last-minute-costume for your kids?
Here is the perfect accessoire! 🙂
Fit with Wool-Recycling! 🙂
Imogen Hedges created this unravelling machine out of a bicycle and a tea kettle.
For everyone who doesn’t have this kind of machine lying around:
→ How to recycle a sweater for yarn!
…means friendly inventions. Like for example this “Strahlertaler”, a reflecting button made of an old licence plate.
You have some paint chips left and an old frame in the attic?
Than you are lucky because you can easily construct yourself a reusable calendar or timetable.
As an alternative to paint chips you can also use scraps of paper or fabric!
You can find a step-by-step-tutorial here
→ modage – where modern meets vintage
Did you know…
…that you can reuse old wall calendars every 28 years?
→ Happy Old Year! 😉
Like every year I post this article
and wish you a wonderful christmas!
With the peel of an orange and a bit of olive oil you can easily make a candle.
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Ob wir es wollen oder nicht: Bald ist schon wieder Adventskalender-Zeit!
Für diejenigen unter euch, die Kinder haben (oder noch Kinder sind 😉 ) und daher nicht um Ü-Eier drumherum kommen, hier ein paar Minion-Adventskalender-Tutorials. So könnt ihr zumindest die gelben Plastik-Hüllsen noch weiterverwenden.