After last week’s Top 10 Recipes of 2012, I thought I’d share the Top 10 DIY posts as well.
I love figuring out how to do things “on the cheap” for our pantry, home care, and personal care items.
I love it because I can:
- use much more wholesome ingredients
- avoid excess packaging and
- save a load of money.
Honestly, I get such a kick out of some DIY projects that I get kind of giddy.
It’s like I’ve found a way to beat the system.
I’m working on a few new ones this year for our family and I look forward to sharing them with you soon.
For now, enjoy the most-viewed DIY posts from this past year.
Powdered Sugar Substitute
Use the healthiest granulated sweetener for your diet to make this great substitute for all your powdered sugar needs.
Nourishing Sugar Scrub
I love this for my hands and feet – anywhere you have rough skin.
Homemade Foaming Soap
Super simple way to save money by not buying pre-made foaming soap ever again!
Easiest Coconut Milk (made smoother)
This version of my super easy recipe for coconut milk that is much smoother.
Powdered Egg Replacer (like Ener-G)
Have an egg allergy or just plain ran out? Here’s a great egg substitute standby for your pantry.
DIY Chest Rub (like Vicks Vapo-Rub)
This is a must have for cold and flu season.
Natural Blue Food Coloring
You’ll be surprised at what you can use to make natural blue coloring…
Easiest Almond Milk
No more buying overpriced almond milk – this is a super simple homemade version.
No- Streak Glass Cleaner
My son LOVES cleaning the windows and mirrors with this cleaner. You will too.
Hope these posts help you with your more frugal / natural household.
Oh – and if you’d like to get some essential oils for some of these products without breaking the bank or signing up with a company, check out the oils I have listed on my Store Page :-).
For the other “Top 10? Posts, check out:
Do you have a favorite DIY project to share?