Facebook. Useful Ideas for Everyday Living & Beyond. I was inspired by this DYI post about how to make homemade apple cider vinegar hair conditioner.
Here is my recipe for homemade hair conditioner. Supplies Needed: 1 cup Apple Cider vinegar 2 cups water (filtered) Empty container to hold conditioner mix Lemon essential oil – 10 drops (optional) Pour the apple cider vinegar and water into the empty container. I used a plastic quart wide-mouth jar. Because I am on well water with no chlorine and it’s filtered, I just used water from my tap.
The combination of apple cider vinegar and the lemon oil, adds a wonderful citrus fragrance to the hair conditioner.
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English (UK) / $ Canadian Dollar / Canada $ CAD / Sign In Hi! A Thing for Roses. Read It and Weep - 16 Repurposed and Recycled Books. Okay, just shoot me now and put me out of my misery!
Will I never achieve such creative genius as this? Time to read it and weep...not the ugly cry - it's a happy sob (sigh)! Oh what some people can do with a recycled book or two. Like this painting on a wall of books! A wall of books! This work is a jaw-dropping WOW for me! There are other repurposed book finds that have also caught my attention lately. Marcy Bates with Recycled Reads (also on Etsy) used to own a book store - which may be where she fine-tuned her skills of turning books into typographical works of art. I'm a huge fan of using book pages for art and illustration - and one of my favorite in this genre is Carambatack Design out of Norway. This is definitely something I would carry! You might remember these perfect little repurposed book shelves that I featured in the Repurposed DIY for Everyone post. Favorite places?
You really must see the work of Littlefly to believe it. Glowing Outdoor Orbs. O.K.
Get ready for it … this one’s a doozy. Doozie? Doosey. It’s a humdinger. It looks high end with a side of huge impact, It costs next to nothing, And even if being “handy” to you means replacing your regular lightbulbs with eco-friendly ones … you’ll be able to do this in 3 minutes flat. Opaque glass shades found at second hand store … Mini Lights from Christmas … Glowing orbs for your garden In my attempt to make my backyard a teensy bit more contemporary than my 170 year old house I ran into a few problems. It isn’t gonna be for lighting if I can help it. So while perusing the local second hand store I came across some truly unfortunate stains on the carpet AND these ubiquitous opaque glass shades. Because as you can see, all you have to do is shove some old mini lights in em to create an outdoor light that even a magazine Editor in Chief will comment on. And here’s the best part! At night during the day Just stick the glass shades anywhere you want and stuff them full of mini lights.
What's That ?! I'm looking at the picture, and I'm thinking to myself, "What's that ?!
" The site is in french, but I knew the table was recycled and repurposed...but from what? Ready for this? Repeat after me...a washing machine drum! Made by Isa also has more great repurposed and recycled projects that you'll want to see. And it seems as though the French have a thing for washing machine drums. After stumbling on these two tables, of course I was curious. I also have to include this little BBQ because it is so deliciously rustic in its natural environment.
This practical drum-turned-fire pit comes from Dr. Now, back to France. The more you look...the more you find. First life...cleaner. And these come to us from Bulgarian Alex Kovatchev via Yanko Design. This column lamp from Paul Morini really would be the perfect compliment to any warehouse loft or space. This is the waiting room at a medical office in France.
By nature, a washing machine is quite DIY. Until next time... Mike.