Instead of adding more stuff to your home, spring clean your place with eco-friendly ingredients you already have, and put together eco-friendly DIY crafts instead of purchasing store-bought presents.
I’ve put together this list of resources to help you have a great eco-friendly spring. With all the rain (and snow) that many people are experiencing in their areas, people are staying inside – get crafting with with these projects.
A few of my blogger friends have posted some great articles that will help you clean in a more eco-friendly way. They’ve also sent me some fun and inexpensive (not to mention easy) DIY craft posts. These posts are perfect for gift-giving ideas.
I love this list, because the products are ones you likely already have lying around the house! How to Clean Naturally with these 7 products – Confessions of an Over-Worked Mom. Ellen also wrote a thorough post on How to Clean Your Fridge Naturally.
After you use baking soda to clean your fridge, use it in many other ways around your home, with these 10 Uses for Baking Soda Besides Baking and tips on making Homemade Stove Top Cleaner from Farmer’s Wife Rambles.
For more ways to clean your home with products you have around the home, check out these healthy homemade cleaning products.
April showers bring May flowers. . .pick some, and whip up this fun Upcycled Flower Vase from Nap Time is My Time.
Spring cleaning is also about organizing. One area where I always have trouble keeping organized is with my jewelry. Cecile has a tutorial on her blog (The Shopping Duck) to Organize Jewelry.
Dealin’ and Dishin’ came up with a great tutorial for making your own Cleaning Wipes – for so much less than store-bought!
Do you have a spring cleaning to-do list or a list of eco-friendly diy crafts
that you want to try out this spring?