Hello friends, sorry I’ve been away for some time.  I was in Atlanta last weekend for Haven, and it was such an amazing four days.  I love seeing my DIY/design/home decor blogging friends.  We learn so much from each other, get inspired, and have fun every night well past Cinderella’s curfew.  I miss them all already 😉

This was one of those posts that took a lot longer than I anticipated.  It started out as a regular “favorite DIY supplies” post, but evolved into a cruelty-free DIY supplies list.  Fun fact about me: I’m a big advocate for animal rights, and I’m completely against animal testing.   I’ve been cruelty free with cleaning products, cosmetics, perfume, hair and body products for a LONG time.  I don’t eat red meat or pork, and rarely eat chicken or turkey.  I don’t know why I never thought about the supplies and products I use to create my home.  So I’m turning over a new leaf and only featuring those products I love that are animal friendly.  I hope this inspires some of you to do the same 🙂


Disclaimer:  This list will grow and evolve as I find more products to add.  And sometimes, products will be deleted if I find out they weren’t completely truthful in their “we don’t test on animals” statement, or I find out their parent company tests.  

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So I hope you find this helpful.  I know it’s been eye-opening for me.  I’m excited to keep finding more products and share them with you all.  If you know of any other products that you think I should add, please leave a comment below, thanks!

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  1. […] Keeping with my theme of “Favorites” lately, I’m here to share my latest find.  And it’s a good one!  Have you ever bought and tried a metallic spray paint only to be disappointed with how the finish turned out?  *raising both hands*  I kept reading about other bloggers singing the praises of one particular spray paint, so I did my research.  Turns out it’s cruelty-free (I emailed the company), so I ordered a can faster than you can say WOO-HOO.  You can see my list of other cruelty-free DIY products here. […]

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