I’ve probably mentioned before that we make almost all our cleaners. We do have some conventional dish soap around here just because I get it free from CVS all the time, but we don’t use it very often because we just don’t need it.
Making our own cleaners is great for two reasons. 1) It saves money and 2) there are no harsh chemicals (bad for people and the environment).
Because I would like to encourage you to try making your own cleaners, I thought I’d share some of the recipes we use.
Yes, I was a bit skeptic at first, but I’m telling you, it is amazing.
Found this super cute (and super free!) printable over at Stay-at-Home Artist. It’s an 8 x 10 print so you can just print it out and throw it in any 8 x 10 frame you have around the house. Took me all of 30 seconds and now my mantle looks cute!
If you’d like to make that cool shamrock banner, you can find the directions here.
Today, we made this super cute St. Patrick’s Day banner. Inspiration came from The Crafting Chicks.
It’s Sunday. Sundays tend to bring out the laziness in me. And if you are like me, you may know that you have other things to do, but be much more inclined to just chill and watch a movie…or two…
Sundays are great days for movies. Favorite movies. Movies that I’ve watched a million times so that if I fall asleep in the middle, I already know what happened. Movies that have jokes I know by heart, but laugh at anyway. Movies that are just a part of me.
So what to watch this Sunday?
Pitch Perfect isn’t very old, but I’ve seen it enough times now that it feels like an old favorite, even if it’s actually not. Love, love, love this movie. If you haven’t been out and about for the last year and have no idea what this movie is about, read a quick overview HERE. If you haven’t seen it, you need to. If you have, today is a great day to watch it again. :)