If you’re looking for great tutorials using re-purposed and recycled materials, take a look at Olive Bites Blog. Catherine’s wire hanger countdown advent calendar is a particularly fun and easy project!
Here’s a really fun way to keep track of where you’ve been–just scratch off the countries you’ve visited.
Here’s to a wonderful day with all your loved ones. See you on Monday.
The holidays are almost here, so shopping for gifts is on our minds. Now you can feel even better while you shop. Here are some sites where your purchases will help fight poverty, illiteracy and human trafficking by providing economic opportunities to those at risk.
Made By Survivors
By funding shelters and schools as well as creating work opportunities, MadeBySurvivors.com works to prevent trafficking in countries like Thailand, India, and Uganda.and help survivors reintegrate into society.
The beautiful scarves found at Mekong Blue Scarves are hand-woven by the women in Cambodia’s Stung Treng region and proceeds go to help the women and children of the area overcome poverty and illiteracy.
Jedidiah calls itself “a humanitarian-based apparel brand” and accomplishes its mission of helping those in need by partnering with non-profits to create unique pieces to help the organizations raise money and awareness.
Gail over at Can’t Stop Making Things has the cutest tutorial for a paper moccasin. Perfect as a place setting for Thanksgiving.