Country Living ~ Simplicity, Frugality and Thrift…

22 Nov

Made today…

Frugality, simplicity and thrift…cutting down old curtains bought at a Boot Fair, to make new curtains for this window.

Hung on curtain wire…the cheapest and most effective way to hang light curtains.

And cafe curtains on the kitchen windows… These curtains are easy and fast to make, sewing in straight lines and no need for accessories of any kind!

Candles for Midwinter, made over recent days, using candle scraps collected up over the course of the year.

I got this lovely spiral at the weekend from a guy who is making interesting art shapes from wood…very simple and effective…you can visit his website at http://www.JSRusticArt.com  and see some of the pieces…

Flowers grown in the tunnel…pot grown, now brightening up the kitchen…no money, just time and love!

6 Responses to “Country Living ~ Simplicity, Frugality and Thrift…”

  1. eremophila November 22, 2011 at 11:05 pm #

    Wonderfully inspiring, love the candles especially!

    • PermaGoddess November 23, 2011 at 1:05 am #

      Thanks! The candles burn really well!
      Colx

  2. Shannon Nava November 22, 2011 at 10:00 pm #

    I absolutely love your blog! I have actually been following your blog for some time but first time responding. I figured it was time since I get so frustrated when people view my blog without leaving comments. Thank you for all share and you have a beautiful home.

    • PermaGoddess November 22, 2011 at 10:13 pm #

      Good to hear from you…it’s always good to hear from my readers…
      Colx

  3. ceciliag November 22, 2011 at 7:54 pm #

    soon i have to make my beeswax candles, i have the beeswax (once i seperate the left over honey out of it, but need to look for the recipe.. wish me luck!! c

    • PermaGoddess November 22, 2011 at 8:55 pm #

      Beeswax candles are beautiful luxuries to make and give. I use pure beeswax in my face cream and body lotions…boasting that they are completely edible!
      Enjoy making the candles!
      Colx

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