20 oh-so-satisfying spring projects to do at home
Spring doesn’t always have to be about cleaning. Put some pep back into your kitchen or garden with these fun projects.
A sweet and tangy way to use cauliflower that is anything but bland.
A few principles of flower arranging will help to create lovely bouquets from your garden.
With just a few straight lines, create a set of reusable bags from rescued fabrics.
Learn the art of basic willow weaving and give your local birds a tasty treat with our beginner’s project.
A quick upcycling project to transform an old terracotta plant pot.
It seems every celebrity has their own scent to sell, but you could make your own with a unique Kiwi flavour.
Raising plants from seed is a cost-effective way of planting out a garden.
Brewing this popular fermented drink at home is easy, cheap and oh-so-satisfying.
Making handmade paper from recycled paper is fun and a relatively easy process. It’s a great way to give junk mail, used packaging paper and even cardboard egg cartons, a new lease of life.
These vinegars look fantastic, taste great, and are very easy to make.
Grapefruit seem to be one of those contentious, love-it-or-loathe-it kind-of fruit. Here are some easy DIY ways to use up grapefruit that don’t involving eating them.
This Spud Stacker encourages vertical plant growth and tidily contains backfilled soil, with shiplap frames stacked on top of a base frame and pegged corners for stability.
This sweet curd is a great way to use up overripe mandarins.
This easy-to-make A-frame gives veggies in the gourd family a place to grow up.
Make sauerkraut from scratch
Pro tip: You don’t need fancy salt to make delicious kraut.
Mark our words, there’s nothing better than a squished possum. This cute, comical bookmark is just the fun craft project to remind you of that.
Reduce the amount of packaging you use while learning how to DIY cleaning products. It’s a win-win.
The simple oat cookies that dogs and people can eat: a healthy biscuit recipe to sidestep expensive, manufactured pet food for your pooch.
A beginner’s guide to getting start-ed with sourdough — no yeast required.
Sharpen up your DIY skills and become the proud owner of your own pizza oven.