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Homemade Backpack

In a spray bottle, mix 2 cups of distilled white vinegar and 1 cup of water. To make a scented solution so you do not smell like bitter vinegar all day, add 20 drops of your favorite essential oil. Eucalyptus oil is a calm, soothing scent that also works as a tick repellent, while peppermint and citrus oils give off a strong crisp scent that also repel ticks.

Homemade "To Go" tubes of antibiotic ointment using a plastic straw, needle-nose pliers, and a lighter

My favorite site for home-made camp stoves. I backpack with 2 pressurized side-burners that I made out of V8 cans.

Go back to school in style with this homemade bow backpack. Use our free, easy sewing pattern to make a backpack with cute bow embellishments that will hold all of your books and school supplies.

simply homemade: Padded backpack chest strap tutorial

Homemade Soda Can Camp Stove: Super cheap & lightweight option for backpacking. I haven't used one, but I met many thru hikers who swore by them.

Backpacking light.com. Make your own gear blog. Perfect homemade shoes without gaiters.

Give your kids’ backpack a dōTERRA makeover! Check out the ideas for great ways to use essential oils throughout the school year and prepare your kids for success. Make sure to try out the homemade granola bars, Wild Orange peanut butter sandwiches, and On Guard Hand Cleansing Gel!

Complete step-by-step instructions on building a home-made alcohol stove from a soda can. These work well on the trail. Boils a pint of water in just over 4 minutes on just a half-ounce of alcohol.

Homemade Backpacks (must buy pattern)

Make your own backpack out of an old tshirt! Achievement day, cub scouts, YW, kids, youth group activity project idea. A practical craft! Homemade personalized gift. tshirt remake deconstruction upcycle recycle DIY. Find out how HERE: californiapixie.c...

HOMEMADE ULTRALIGHT BACKPACK - Home made Ultralight Pack

This is a blog from a guy who makes his own clothes. Not hokey homemade looking stuff.