I may not be a hunter, but I do love the natural beauty of antlers. They may be simple, but they have a natural grace to them that attracts the eye, which is why I was hoping to use them in a pet project of mine.
With our DIY Bird Seed Ornaments, you can create easy outside ornaments that will both look great and attract a few extra friends to your holiday celebrations.
Autumn brings sweater weather, colorful leaves, and one of my favorite holidays — Halloween. I love the magic and fantasy that comes with the holiday, and most of all, I love the candy!
With this DIY from North 40 Outfitters, you can combine all your favorite Halloween or autumn themes into a cute (or spooky) DIY treat bag. All you need is burlap and a few simple materials to get started.
Thanks to the beautiful designs and unique history behind them, dreamcatchers have always been a popular craft. Colorful feathers and intricate designs are the hallmark of these pieces, making them a great gift for the home.
When it comes to new trees, it’s crucial that they are off to a good start, especially for those first couple years of growing. Most of that good start comes from how you plant the tree in the first place.
I’ve successfully killed half of what I planted and learned some really good lessons along the way. Here’s a quick break down.
Ask a beekeeper about splitting hives and you’ll probably, if you’re lucky and it isn’t bee season, get a whole host of techniques and strategies for the best “splits” of the season.
The concept of growing food from a bale of straw was odd at first until I thought it through.
Honey bees communicate using vector calculus and directional… mamba!! A forager uses dance to communicate the position of nectar sources she discovered.
When thinking about extraction as a backyard beekeeper, there’s a number of options available to you, but how do you know what option is right for you? Here’s what you need to consider when getting ready to harvest your honey.