Try a new art and crafts project or two this winter. Contemplate your options.
Make plans for an improved garden in the new year including some projects you can start right away.
Check out suggestions on art/craft projects for holiday gifts. If you start now, you won’t need to hurry to finish them in time.
Enjoy the outdoors through your windows this winter by attracting birds to your yard.
Most of us think of quilts as cozy blankets that Grandma used to make, but there’s a whole new world of quilting techniques and materials out there!
We’ve all grown used to the ideal of a lush green lawn surrounding our homes, but there are exciting new landscaping alternatives.
We are fortunate to have many creative people in our community – so we have a wonderful variety of arts and crafts groups that meet regularly! Joining an art or craft group might provide just the creative outlet you need.
These days, more and more folks are making a conscious choice to protect the environment – including the good people of Topeka.
What to do when it’s too cold/snowy/wet to work in the garden? That’s the perfect time to browse new gardening books!
Your home is like your blank canvas, and every choice you make is like putting another daub of paint on your masterpiece.
Flowers, bushes, and trees aren’t the only things you can plant in the fall. Ever wished you could have fresh greens in the winter? Year-round gardening is not just a dream. You can do it, and fall is the time to get started.
Basket-making is a great hobby. Try it out!