Going green! Green is the new Black!! Time for Nature!!Only one earth, plant a tree today – there are so many slogans to trigger the sense of eco-friendly approach in our lifestyles. Adopting the age-old methods of yoga and organic maneuvering, people are nowadays getting more aware of environmental responsibility. The makeshift trend and consciousness are leading to the concern of saving earth and using eco-friendly alternatives. Whenever there is a talk about being in harmony with nature, the general perception is that it is a lavish affair. But what if there are ways to go green and be cost-efficient at the same time. It is about time that we stop feeling guilty and make use of our resources to transform our home into a sustainable place without spending a fortune. Here are 10 ways to transform your home into a breathing space.
- Get creative with repurposing a beautiful tea cup.
It is pretty simple to reuse old tea cups into a practical utility item. You can convert these tea cups into planters and make it a decorative piece in kitchen. You can also decorate our mantel in the living room with these eye candy planters.
- Flower painting on wooden spoons
Wooden spoons can be used for cooking. But render a neat and classy look to the kitchen decor, when painted or crafted. Here, in the picture, the extra wooden spoons have been given wonderful bright hues of color to make it interesting. You can either decorate or decoupage your wooden spoons and use it as a decorative piece.
- Crocheted beverage bottle
Everyone has plants in their house. You can adorn your space by creating various design elements around these plants. A little extra effort into the aesthetic look of the same, it would bedeck your beautiful space. This is an easy and fast crochet project. You can also present it to someone as gift. For more such gift projects, you can order here
- Glass bottle as vase with flowers
A simple beautification for a glass bottle, turns it into a beautiful vase. Little did one know, that the ketchup bottle was such a cute adornment for anyone’s mantel. Crocheted and designed for holding faux flowers. You can also design it with leftover yarns, jute rope or cotton cords.
- Cardboard boxes as organizers
All you need is an assortment of boxes of different sizes, assemble them in your place of interest to see how they fit. Wrap them in a beautiful wrapping paper or fabric scrap. And voila!! There it is, you have and interesting décor which can be used as an organizer as well. Just decorate the box and use it as organizer in your closets, on your desk, or in a drawer.
- Cardboard monogrammed names of your favourite people
Without a doubt, this is one of my best projects of this year. Classic cardboard monogram makes a stunning statement when paired with wall hanging or hung with a simple ribbon in your bedroom wall. These also make a perfect thoughtful gift for Birthdays, Housewarmings, babies, newlyweds and graduations. These can also be custom made on order, Order it here
- Calligraphy quotes with Cardboard carving
Beautiful verses written in calligraphic art can express what we sometimes cannot find words for. You can make use of unused cardboard pieces, cut it and carve it into expressive message for corner spaces in your home
8. DIY Garden charms
Garden is a place where you can relax and let yourself unwind. Garden charms can be used as accessories for your porch, balcony, foyer or entryway to your home. The themed charms pep up your space and give a colorful and vibrant look. Homemade Salt Dough can be used to create these wonderful ornament.
9. DIY Salt Dough mini canvas tiles
Salt dough ornaments is fun way to do creative crafts. It’s a beginner dough patch test that one can experiment with, if they have passion for sculpting and moulding clay. It’s a simple recipe to make salt dough – 1 cup salt, 1 cup plain flour, Half a cup of warm water. And there you have it. You can make and create innumerous ornaments to decorate your home.
10. Embroidered Insect Killer bat
There are lots of cluttered things in home that you want to get rid off, but you tend to procrastinate every other day. Here is a mind twerking idea to repurpose a Insect killer bat. We all have it at home. Embroider the net of the bat with colorful yarns and threads to adorn one of your walls as your own signature piece.
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. Enrich your perspective. Embolden your work.