Fabric printing with bleach/Dyeing fabric with bleach. Applying ordinary household bleach to dark, natural-fiber fabrics, either by spraying or brushing the bleach on flat fabric (Resist-and-spray technique), or by dipping the fabric in it, after protecting part of the surface in some way from contact with the bleach. http://www.threadsmagazine.com/item/3720/dyeing-with-bleach
Preparing pine needles for crafts: pick out debris (leaves, etc); boil water in large soup pot; place pine needles in kitchen sink; pour boiling water over pine needles in sink; let soak 30 minutes. Drain. Lay pine needles on old towel to air dry 24 to 48 hours, turning them occasionally to bottom ones can dry and not mildew.
In Europe, evergreens have been used as medicine since the Middle Ages. They act as a stimulating antiseptic for respiratory infections and congestion, and are useful for bronchitis, and at onset of colds and flus to stop infection. Pine is also used for coughs and asthma. - Pinned by The Mystic's Emporium on Etsy
These charming crafts are made with twigs and decorated with button stickers, pine needles, berries, twine, and felt. They can even be used for festive wall art this holiday season. Get the tutorial at Little Things Bring Smiles.