For many of us in the Northern Hemisphere, spring is still waiting in the wings, semi-frozen in the barren branches of the slumbering trees. Although the days now slowly start to lengthen, it can seem eternally grey and drawn-out, leaving many of us yearning for the colours of the the new season to magically appear. Indeed, this post may be a little bit about believing in magic, in the form of a vibrant, symbolic beacon to help usher in the return of spring: the Paskris tree.
The saturated colours of autumn are in full swing – the perfect time to forage for flora of the fall harvest! There’s a myriad of ways to bring these vibrant shades of the season into your home to create the kind of coziness we crave when nights turn chilly and daylight begins to wane. Instead … Continued
Painting eggshells is a fond family activity in many households this time of year. Instead of using artificial dyes and food colouring why not use household ingredients to naturally dye your farm fresh eggs? Common food items such as red beets, onion skins, and tea can be used to turn plain white eggs into marvelous … Continued
We’ve “unearthed” an old recipe from the archives. Our Blue Corn Cleanser was one of the first products in our skin care line up… back in the day! No longer in circulation, we thought we’d share this oldie but goody with you! This mild daily cleanser is wonderful for those with sensitive skin. It massages … Continued
Need a fun and easy project to keep the kids busy over the spring break? I workshopped this DIY lip balm recipe a couple of years ago at our open studio and it was a great hit! This recipe uses no icky ingredients, is super moisturizing, and its herbal and essential oil blend make it … Continued