Nowadays, we are concern with the effort to live a more sustainable life. Thus, the ideas below about eco-friendly projects will never go wrong. Take a note from now on stay tune on Eco-Friendly Projects You Can DIY Now To Have Better Planet For All.
DIY Market Tote With A Print
You are the one who gets the job to go to the market? Then this project is perfect for you. It is called a DIY market tote with a print where you can have and create by yourself. This market tote will be carrying heavy things you buy in the market so it is pretty useful. The materials to create this project are a canvas tote bag, farmer’s market download iron on transfer, inkjet transfer sheets, hot iron, and scissors.
DIY Reusable Towels Of Fabric And Bath Towels
This project will offer you a more sustainable life and cheaper project. To create this towel you need a bath towel, fabric in coordinating colors, matching thread, pin, scissors, seam ripper, ruler, tape measure, sewing machine, snap press, snap, rotary cutter, and cutting mat.
DIY Fabric Bowl Wraps With Elastics
If you are the one who cares about nature this bowl cover is one of the best choices for you to present as an eco-friendly project. These covers are made of colorful fabric and contain some elastic on the edges to make the cover more fitting. Besides, you can choose a different fabric for the top and inner parts. Then, you can spruce up the food containers with bold covers.
DIY Upcycled No Wasted Produce Bags
This reusable produce bag is perfect for the go green campaigns. The making process is only a couple of minutes and all you need is only a thrift net curtain and some ribbons to secure the bags.
DIY Beeswax Fabric Food Wraps
This reusable fabric snack bags is so pretty as one of your eco-friendly product. The supplies you need to create this project are fabric, beeswax pellets, pinking shears, and a brush. It is definitely great for reducing waste and a huge space saver. Besides, these food wraps can be used at school, work, and of course home for your cheese, fruits, nuts, sandwiches, jars, and bowls.