The AquaFarm is a self-cleaning fish tank that grows food! Grow organic produce like basil, lettuce and wheatgrass right from the comfort of your own kitchen or classroom. This closed-loop ecosystem uses the fish-waste to naturally fertilize the plants above and in turn, the plants clean the water for your pet fish.
• Self-cleaning fish tank that grows food. Fish waste feeds the plants. Plants clean the water.
• Includes everything you need to get started as well as organic seeds and a discount coupon for a Betta fish (Fish not included in kit).
• Sleek and attractive design with 3-gallon capacity.
• Perfect for your kitchen or classroom. Also makes a great gift.
• Designed and manufactured in California.
How awesome! I think this would be the perfect gift for someone who has everything, or for the small child who wants a pet but who isn’t quite ready for the responsibility of feeding a fish every day. I seriously think I may get this for my dad and step-mom, who are the hardest to shop for, ever!
Do a Google Image search for “Yarn Wreath” and lots of pretty things will come up; Christmas wreaths, colorful spring wreaths, and everything in between. My friend Nichole is a big fan of yarn wreaths and got me interested. I decided to try my hand and create a yarn wreath with felt flowers for my aunt’s new home for Christmas.
Yarn Wreath with Felt Flowers How-To:
Yarn wreath using felt wrap rosettes and scrabble tiles
If you or a friend are planning on breastfeeding and may want to do so discreetly in public, a nursing cover is a great DIY project. Not too experienced with sewing? The cover is practically just hemming. I made one for a friend and spent about $6 for all the supplies to make one; to buy a cover it can cost on average, $15-$35.
26″X38″ for the cover (you can make larger for older and bigger babies as well)
30″x3″ for one side of the strap
10″X3″ for the other side of the strap
Boning 14″ long
Home Decor Fabrics – Heavy weight and wrinkle resistant
Flannel – Soft and less likely to wrinkle than cotton
You can also use quilting-type cotton, but keep in mind it may wrinkle easier
Want to do two different fabrics?
Keep the length measurement for both fabrics (38″), split the width measurement (26″) between your two fabrics and add 1/2 inch to both for seam allowances.You can cover the seam that joins the two fabric with ribbon or ric-rac.
Sew weights into the bottom corners t make sure corners stay down
Sew pockets or a rag into the corners
Add a ruffles or other decoration
Visit Prudent Baby for detailed instructions on how to make your nursing cover!