DIY: How to Dye Fabric with Food Scraps and Flowers

Items found in nature – plants, vegetables, fruits, flowers, barks and leaves – have been used for centuries as a natural dye for fabrics. From onion skins, safflowers to black walnuts, the below video shows you how to make natural and chemical-free dyes to stain fabrics. Rosa Medea is Life & Soul Magazine’s Chief. She writes about lifestyle including sustainable and green living. She also … Continue reading DIY: How to Dye Fabric with Food Scraps and Flowers

UK supermarket Morrisons sells wonky flowers to ensure “heat struck” flowers are not wasted

Wonky vegetables have made a welcome stand on shop floors throughout the UK, and now wonky flowers are making their mark in shops too. Bouquets made up of flowers that wouldn’t usually make the cut because they don’t look completely perfect are now being sold at UK supermarket chain, Morrisons. Wonky bouquets are a more budget-friendly way to get some flowers into your home and … Continue reading UK supermarket Morrisons sells wonky flowers to ensure “heat struck” flowers are not wasted