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Raw Energy Shaker Recipe

Use This Raw Energy Shaker to Boost Nutrition at Every Meal

Hemp hearts, chia seeds, buckwheat groats, and unhulled sesame seeds —a raw seed mix that will add a power punch of nutrition to your meals. Even better, this healthy treat is added to just about any meal, and can be brought along with you in this handy dandy shaker made out of a mason jar. Chia seeds. Acai. Goji berries. …

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Sunflower Sprouts DAY 15 Harvest From How To Grow Sunflower Microgreens

How to Grow Healthy Sunflower Sprouts in 2 Weeks

Sunflower micro greens are deliciously nutty with the flavour of raw sunflower seeds but with the texture of spinach. They are easy to grow in just about any container you can find around the house like clear plastic salad mix boxes. This post is a detailed set of instructions on how to grow deliciously, tasty sunflower microgreens that are healthy and …

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Homemade Coconut Lotion Recipe

Lavender Grapefruit Whipped Coconut Oil Lotion

After the bath this whipped coconut lotion will nourish skin and bring along the refreshing lavender grapefruit scent for the rest of the day. Ingredients: 1 1/2 cups coconut oil 10 drops lavender essential oil 10 drops grapefruit essential oil   To whip coconut oil you will need a hand blender or mixer with a whisk attachment. It’s best to …

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An All Natural Remedy For Sore Throats Sage Candy Recipe On Gardentherapy.ca  E1421347963973

Sage Candy: a Natural Remedy for Sore Throats

Is a sore throat getting you down? Pesky viruses can cause throat inflammation and coughs that last far too long. The good news is that you need to look no further than your backyard herb garden for a natural remedy that works: sage candy. Sage is the classic medicinal herb used to fight sore throats and gum inflammation, and to …

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The Best Of Garden Therapy Www.gardentherapy.ca For 2014

Garden Therapy’s Best of 2014

Oh, what a year it has been on Garden Therapy! Even with a baby at home, a book to write*, and regular contributions to other websites, magazines, and blogs, I still managed to create 121 new crafty projects, gardening articles, and recipes this year. Am I crazy? Not at all! In fact this is what keeps me sane. Those days when I’m up …

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100 Homemade Gifts You Would Actually WANT To Get

Homemade Gift Ideas

Making gifts for the holidays or an occasion can be a lot of fun, but is the end product something you really would want to get as a gift? I have given handmade gifts (and in some cases received handmade gifts) for many a birthday, neighbor, teacher, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Valentines Day, etc. The number one rule in gift-giving is …

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All Natural Candles From How To Make Soy Beeswax Mason Jar Candles

Soy Beeswax Jar Candles

Warming up with the the fragrance and glow of handmade candles is even more pleasurable when you use healing essential oils and natural wax. These soy beeswax jar candles make beautiful, natural gifts, and they’re easier to make than you think. These soy and beeswax candles are easy to make as you can see from this step-by-step tutorial. I like …

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This Evergreen Wreath Is Made Completely From Trees And Shrubs In The Garden

Gardening For Your Front Door: Making a Fresh Wreath

Every year we like to hang a different wreath on our front door during the holidays. We’ve amassed a collection of wreaths to match the holiday season trends of sparkly red berries, Christmas ornaments, peacock feathers, and square-shaped boxwood, but my favorites are most certainly natural, fresh wreaths. A fresh wreath makes for an individual work of art that smells …

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Chalkboard Painted Wood Snowflake Ornaments

Chalk Painted Wood Ornaments and Gift Tags

I like to include a small handmade ornament as embellishment to holiday gifts. I believe that packaging is important to the overall gift-giving experience. Wrapping is where the magic begins. The anticipation of what lies beneath sparkly wrap and ribbon adds to the overall joy of receiving the gift. It increases the fun in giving the gift too, for those …

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Ornaments And Ribbon Decorate A Tall Skinnt Cedar Tree From Christmas Tree From How To Make A Nine Foot Grinch Tree

How to Make a Nine-Foot Grinch Tree

There are many versions of the Dr. Seuss-inspired Grinch Christmas tree (like this miniature one!), from Whoville-esque trees adorned with candy-coloured ornaments to snow-covered, oddly-shaped trees that set the scene outdoors. Perhaps the most iconic is a tall, skinny evergreen wound up with wire with a heavy ornament dangling from the curved-over top. These represent the trees that Mr. Grinch …

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Gorgeous Handmade Honey Soap Recipe

All-Natural Honey Soap Recipe

UPDATE: The original post that was published here for Handmade Honey Soap was submitted as a guest post from an author and the publisher of a handmade soap book. I’m disappointed to say that the reviews of the book have been poor both online and for this recipe in particular. I have decided to remove the original post and recreate a recipe that can …

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How To Get Your Air Plant To Bloom

Air Plants in Seashells

Air plants look striking all on their own without the need for soil or a container. One of the displays that always makes me smile is air plants in seashells. They make for such a perfect pairing of natural elements that would not be found together. Yet, despite their geographical separation, the seem so happy together. Air plants in seashells… …have …

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  1. Allison Taylor
    Allison TaylorMarch 16,16

    Great ideas. I totally love the carpet gardening. I’ve tried to create something similar in my small backyard garden, but didn’t have much of a success. You inspired me to try again, though, and will definitely do it.

    Regards, Allison from http://windowboxescompany.co.uk/

  2. Barry
    BarryApril 21,16

    I landed on your site as i was looking for inspiration to give our garden a makeover this summer. What an impressive site, Fantastic pictures along with even better content, ive subscribed! Thanks, B

  3. Taylor
    TaylorApril 22,16

    Great blog, great tips.

  4. Paul Grant
    Paul GrantOctober 11,16

    Such a great resource! I really love reading about composting. It is indeed an environmentally helpful way to improve the garden soil and reduce waste.

    These advises has a great impact to the readers who would like to know about garden projects. Two thumbs up!

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