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There aren’t many eco friendly plastic free toilet paper products available. So I was pleased to discover some plastic free and affordable toilet paper.
Did you know you can make gift bags from old clothes? In this post I show how to make them from a pair of pyjama bottoms!
Today is day 4 of my series of #CutTheWrap posts, which is all about using your recycling for upcycled gift wrap. This week I’m sharing ideas for avoiding single use wrapping paper and the more I write about it, the more I find there is to say on the subject! There are a lot of
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Secret Santa gifts can be fun, but come at an eco cost. Let’s reduce the impact by avoiding the disposable wrapping paper and giving better gifts!
Want to create treasured childhood memories for your kids? Instead of wrapping their gifts, hide them and have a festive treasure hunt!
We need to put a stop to unwanted gifts! The 28th of December is known as Boxing Up Day – the day we resell our gifts because so many aren’t wanted.
Each day this week, I will be posting about different ways to avoid single use wrapping paper and today is all about Furoshiki gift wrapping! The Japanese method of wrapping gifts in fabric is beautiful, creative, clever and reusable! Once you get the hang of a few simple techniques it doesn’t take long to master
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This winter, I’m asking people to #CutTheWrap and switch to more sustainable gift wrapping alternatives instead of buying single use wrapping paper.
Looking for zero waste shops in the UK? In this article I have listed over 50 shops that are either dedicated to zero waste or have some unpackaged products
Known in the UK as bubble and squeak, this dish was invented to repurpose leftovers, so don’t feel restricted by the recipe. If you don ́t have potatoes…