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FaveCrafts' Garden Crafts eBook Gives Innovative Project Ideas
June 3, 2009—Northbrook, IL— As gardening becomes increasingly important to the American public, FaveCrafts.com would like to introduce its free Garden Crafts eBook, which provides over 65 pages of project ideas.
Gardening is now in the spotlight, as Michelle Obama recently planted the first victory garden at the White House since World War II. According to the New York Times, Mrs. Obama said the purpose of gardening is to educate children about locally grown fruits and vegetables, considering the poor health of Americans.
Michelle Obama has planted the most versatile fruit and vegetable garden ever grown at the White House, with 55 varieties of organic vegetables. Eating a lot of fresh produce can give you more energy, help reduce weight gain and potentially reduce the signs of aging. Not only is local food healthy, but it has a positive impact on the environment, reducing industrial waste. For these reasons, FaveCrafts supports the White House victory garden and urges Americans to not only garden, but to make their garden greener with home-made garden craft projects.
The overall nutritional value of fruits and vegetables is endless. They provide natural and essential vitamins and minerals and can prevent diseases and some cancers. Some people even see gardening as a form of physical, mental and emotional therapy. So why not garden and make it your own with these fun and easy projects? You can create a beautiful flower pot with your kids or craft a hand-painted watering can for the summer.
In a time when obesity and diabetes are a national concern for Americans, gardening has become important to the Obamas, who hope to impress upon people its many positive results. FaveCrafts hopes to encourage people to garden by offering these free garden crafting ideas.
Go to http://www.favecrafts.com/Green-Crafting/Garden-Crafts-eBook to download the free Garden Crafts eBook from FaveCrafts.com.