DIY Paperless Paper Towels
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I am on a mission to be more green and I’m starting with paperless paper towels. I hate to say this, but that’s probably my husband’s worst nightmare. He’s a cowboy, and cowboys don’t really enjoy going green. They like eating steaks and drinking beers, and recycle their cans only because they get some money back for more beer.
Anyways, this household is going green.
Maybe I’ll get called a hippie around here, but that’s okay, I like a good tie-dye moment, so long as it’s Shibori and came from Net-a-Porter… ;)
The other day my neighborcousin mentioned her disgust over paper towel use… I hid the fact that we go through more paper towels that I care to count. Especially when the goats were living inside.
But now that the goats have migrated to their natural habitat, I think it’s time to reserve the paperless paper towels for emergency use only.
I was inspired to make these paperless paper towels after I saw this beautiful set from Polder’s Old World Kitchen, but rather than purchase them, as any DIY gal would do, I dusted off my serger and made my own!
To get the steps, click on over to Darling’s blog! As always, thank you so very much for being here! I hope you enjoy this project!
all photos c/o Rachel L’Antigua Photography