Posts Tagged ‘vegetables’

Keepin’ It Green: The Week in DIY: 10 Ways to Reuse a Plastic Bag, 6 Tips for Teaching Kids to Love Vegetables, and More

The Week in DIY: 10 Ways to Reuse a Plastic Bag, 6 Tips for Teaching Kids to Love Vegetables, and More  Each week, we highlight some of our favorite projects from our friends at Treehugger and Planet Green to help inspire your inner DIYer. Man Sues White Castle Because the Booths Are Too Small One […]

Keepin’ It Green: The Week in DIY: Gorgeous Recycled Fashions, Healthy Skin the Natural Way, and More

The Week in DIY: Gorgeous Recycled Fashions, Healthy Skin the Natural Way, and More Each week, we highlight some of our favorite projects from our friends at Treehugger and Planet Green to help inspire your inner DIYer. Can Meditation Help You Avoid Holiday Weight Gain? Americans gain an average of 7 pounds between Thanksgiving and […]

How to Make a Delicious Salad

Halloween is over, and if you ate more candy than you handed out (who? me?) you may be craving a nice, healthy salad right about now. Luckily, Craftster has your back. Our cooking boards are chock full of healthy recipes for salads, veggies, and more. We have a vegetarian/vegan board, in addition to cooking in […]

Eating Seasonally

A lot of people are trying to eat in a way that’s healthier, for themselves, for the environment, and for their pocketbooks. One really easy and tasty way to do this is to eat what’s in season. It seems simple, but when you can get most items in the grocery store year round, sometimes it […]

Green Thumb Thursday: How to Make an Earth Box

It’s hard to believe that AeonGoddess got all this lush green veggie goodness out of a plastic box on an all-concrete New York City lot, but she did! Want to know how she did it? Check out her awesome post and make your own Earth Box! If you live in the concrete jungle or are […]

Green Thumb Thursday: How to Make an Upside Down Tomato Planter

This week on Green Thumb Thursday we have a DIY upside tomato planter by Girlinsoop. Not only is this project recycled, it looks much cuter that the “as seen on TV” version. Girlinsoop was kind enough to share a tutorial so that you can make your own! Thanks so much, Girlinsoop! Enjoy!