Zero Waste Gift Wrap

Embrace zero waste living with this collection of sustainable gift wrap solutions including furoshiki, the traditional Japanese technique of fabric knotting.

Zero Waste  Gift Wrap

Embrace zero waste living with this collection of sustainable gift wrap solutions including furoshiki, the traditional Japanese technique of fabric knotting. What could be nicer than receiving a present AND the beautiful scarf it's wrapped in! Whether you use a vintage silk scarf or create your own fabric with patchwork, piecing and dyeing techniques, or reuse unwanted items to make quirky gift wraps - this collection is packed full of ideas for reducing waste. Other ideas include how to make present toppers made from unwanted fabric and yarn scraps to finish off your gift wrapping with a flourish.

Zero Waste Gift Wrap

TSUTSUMU FUROSHIKI Tsutsumu is the Japanese tradition of wrapping goods and gifts. In Japanese culture giving an unwrapped gift is considered impolite and ...

Zero Waste Gift Wrap

Inventive ways to wrap presents that are both pretty and planet-friendly! Embrace zero waste living with this collection of sustainable gift wrap solutions including furoshiki, the traditional Japanese technique of fabric knotting. What could be nicer than receiving a present AND the beautiful scarf it's wrapped in! Whether you use a vintage silk scarf or create your own fabric with patchwork, piecing, and dyeing techniques—or reuse unwanted items to make quirky gift wraps—this collection is packed full of ideas for reducing waste. Other ideas include how to make present toppers made from unwanted fabric and yarn scraps—to finish off your gift wrapping with a flourish.

Zero Waste Christmas

The zero-waste movement is huge and this collection of crafty ideas will help you to create your own zero waste solutions for a sustainable Christmas.

Zero Waste  Christmas

Celebrate Christmas the zero-waste way with these crafty solutions for everything from Christmas tree decorations to advent calendars. The zero-waste movement is huge and this collection of crafty ideas will help you to create your own zero waste solutions for a sustainable Christmas. It’s time to reclaim Christmas - this collection is all about using the things around you to bring festive cheer to your home. It’s about crafting and creating together and using what you’ve got to make unique, unusual items that you can enjoy year after year. By crafting your zero-waste Christmas you are also creating memories – something that cannot be bought online. Upcycling and reuse gurus Emma Friedlander-Collins and Christine Leech show you how to turn Christmas into a zero-waste experience with step-by-step instructions and some clever crafting. Whether you’re a committed crafter or new to making, there is something for everyone no matter what your skill level is. Choose from projects and tutorials for a sustainable Christmas including sewing, crochet, upcycling and reuse ideas. You don’t need to have lots of craft skills to create these projects, there are step-by-step instructions for each one. There are also instructions for the basic craft techniques such as crochet and embroidery so you can get stuck in straightaway. There are four different Christmas themed chapters: Hot; Frosty; Skandi and Retro so you pick your favourite style or mix and match for festive mash-up! Projects include Coffee Cup Baubles; a minimalist wreath made using an old cake tin; a milk carton advent calendar and some magical fairy lights made using takeaway containers. Choose your favourite projects from this collection of 24 projects including no-waste decorations for the tree and zero-waste gift wrap. Packed full of original ideas, Zero Waste: Christmas will help you to celebrate the zero-waste way and improve your efforts to reduce, reuse and recycle while at the same time having fun.

Zero Waste Home

These will encourage your recipient to reuse your gift bag and avoid store-bought wrapping paper (a present within a present)! Choose or make them with a ...

Zero Waste Home

Part inspirational story of how the author transformed her family's life for the better by reducing their waste to an astonishing 1 liter per year; part practical guide that gives readers tools & tips to diminish their footprint & simplify their lives. Original.

The Zero Waste Lifestyle

Give Gifts that Support a Nonprofit Make your money do double duty by purchasing an ... Measure the item you plan to wrap to Zero-Waste Holidays and Special ...

The Zero Waste Lifestyle

A practical guide to generating less waste, featuring meaningful and achievable strategies from the blogger behind The Green Garbage Project, a yearlong experiment in living garbage-free. Trash is a big, dirty problem. The average American tosses out nearly 2,000 pounds of garbage every year that piles up in landfills and threatens our air and water quality. You do your part to reduce, reuse, and recycle, but is it enough? In The Zero-Waste Lifestyle, Amy Korst shows you how to lead a healthier, happier, and more sustainable life by generating less garbage. Drawing from lessons she learned during a yearlong experiment in zero-waste living, Amy outlines hundreds of easy ideas—from the simple to the radical—for consuming and throwing away less, with low-impact tips on the best ways to: • Buy eggs from a local farm instead of the grocery store • Start a worm bin for composting • Grow your own loofah sponges and mix up eco-friendly cleaning solutions • Purchase gently used items and donate them when you’re finished • Shop the bulk aisle and keep reusable bags in your purse or car • Bring your own containers for take-out or restaurant leftovers By eliminating unnecessary items in every aspect of your life, these meaningful and achievable strategies will help you save time and money, support local businesses, decrease litter, reduce your toxic exposure, eat well, become more self-sufficient, and preserve the planet for future generations.

The Almost Zero Waste Guide

100+ Tips for Reducing Your Waste Without Changing Your Life Melanie Mannarino ... caps ○ Cardboard packaging inserts ○ Egg cartons ○ Gift wrap Magazines ...

The  Almost  Zero Waste Guide

Cut back on waste and reduce your carbon footprint by going (almost) zero waste with these 100 tips on how to be less wasteful in your home and your community. In a perfect world, we would all be able to fit a year’s worth of waste in a mason jar. But for most of us​,​ doing so can be immensely intimidating or simply not feasible. In ​The (Almost) Zero Waste Guide​,​ author Melanie Mannarino shares 100 simple tips for being less wasteful w​ith what​ you eat, ​how you live in​​ your home, when you’re curating your wardrobe, when you practice self-care, during your travels​ near and far​, and in your community. What’s more, she even advises on how you can reduce your “unseen” waste—such as purchasing clothes with more sustainable fabrics and adopting a “Meatless Monday” regimen to help decrease your carbon footprint. If you’re someone who wants to reduce waste in your daily life and make a positive impact on the planet ​without​ mak​ing​​ drastic changes in your habits, then look no further. This highly accessible and practical guide will have you living a greener, more sustainable life that is (almost) zero waste in no time!

101 Ways to Go Zero Waste

Be like grandma! When you don't have tons of leftover wrappings to reuse, check out these zero-waste ideas. Wrapping • Shopping bags: I always find shopping ...

101 Ways to Go Zero Waste

Minimalism meets DIY in an accessible guide to household waste reduction We all know how important it is to reduce our environmental footprint, but it can be daunting to know where to begin. Enter Kathryn Kellogg, who can fit all her trash from the past two years into a 16-ounce mason jar. How? She starts by saying “no” to straws and grocery bags, and “yes” to a reusable water bottle and compostable dish scrubbers. In 101 Ways to Go Zero Waste, Kellogg shares these tips and more, along with DIY recipes for beauty and home; advice for responsible consumption and making better choices for home goods, fashion, and the office; and even secrets for how to go waste free at the airport. “It’s not about perfection,” she says. “It’s about making better choices.” This is a practical, friendly blueprint of realistic lifestyle changes for anyone who wants to reduce their waste.

An Almost Zero Waste Life

ZERO WASTE GIFT IDEAS ... lot of the candy we consume is terribly destructive to endangered use a large towel to wrap your dish or just set a plate on top.

An Almost Zero Waste Life

Author Megean Weldon, aka The Zero Waste Nerd, gently guides you on an attainable, inspirational, mindful, and completely realistic journey to a sustainable living lifestyle. Find tips, strategies, recipes, and DIY projects for reducing waste in this approachable, beautifully designed and illustrated guide. What is zero waste living? Although the practice has been around for generations out of necessity, it is making a comeback as concerns grow about the fate of our environment. To put it simply: it is attempting to send no waste to landfills. Although you may have read or heard about “zero waste,” “sustainable,” or “green” living, the concept can sometimes seem too complicated, the author’s tone a bit self-righteous, or riddled with advice geared for people with 5 acres of land in the country with dreams of raising livestock and homesteading. This is not that book. Can a “regular” person do this? Absolutely! Zero waste isn’t necessarily about zero, but more about changing or altering the way we see the world around us, how we consume, and how we think about waste. It’s about making better choices when we can, and working to reduce our overall impact by reducing the amount of packaging and single-use plastics we bring into our life. Focusing on the positive, An Almost Zero Waste Life presents simple ways to reduce waste in every aspect of your life: Cleaning: Recipes for natural cleaners and how to ditch paper towels for good. Meal plans: Weekly menus and recipes for zero waste meals that use bulk pantry staples. Shopping: How to shop zero waste at big chain stores and ways to reduce food packaging. Bathroom: Sustainable beauty routine. Recycling: Ingenious ways to repurpose old clothing and how to recycle small metals, like razor blades. Compost: The basics of composting. And much more! An Almost Zero Waste Life will change the way you see the world around you, how you consume, and how you think about waste for a healthier planet and happier you.

The Art of Sustainable Gifting

Containing ideas for sustainable gifts like potted plants grown from seeds, baked goods, beautiful handmade journals and clever tote bags, this thoughtful guide to gifting also features self-made and recycled packaging ideas from labels, ...

The Art of Sustainable Gifting

Michelle Mackintosh is on a mission to encourage people to reconnect with each other with thoughtful, creative and sustainable gifts. Put together with Michelle's beautiful aesthetic, Sustainable Gifting brings back the art of crafting packages with love and care. Containing ideas for sustainable gifts like potted plants grown from seeds, baked goods, beautiful handmade journals and clever tote bags, this thoughtful guide to gifting also features self-made and recycled packaging ideas from delightful labels, string ties, wrapping paper, cards, origami boxes and reused containers. With projects that are easy to achieve with step-by-step instructions and templates, Sustainable Gifting will inspire everyone to think sustainably about creating zero-waste gifts with love.

Simply Sustainable

Gifts . An easy way to minimize holiday waste is by giving experience gifts ... Be open about your zero - waste lifestyle and offer concrete suggestions ...

Simply Sustainable

Break your plastic habit with simple, actionable steps and jumpstart your journey toward a minimal, beautiful, low-waste home. “Simply Sustainable guides you through the why and how of zero-waste, while emphasizing the importance of finding the sweet spot between sustainability and self-care.”—Julia Watkins, author of Simply Living Well Transitioning to a zero-waste lifestyle means eliminating unnecessary clutter from your home and reducing your dependence on disposable goods, but it also comes with practical challenges that can seem daunting. In Simply Sustainable, perfection is not required. Whether you are looking for easy changes to get you started, or more advanced, high-impact tips for your low-waste home, these simple, effective steps will forever change your relationship to disposable plastic products. Lily Cameron shows readers how to gradually transition away from plastic and curate a minimal, beautiful home in the process. Her approach teaches you how to "make plastic-free living work for you, savor your progress and celebrate that with each small change, you are making a positive impact on the environment, your health and your family's well being." Simply Sustainable proves that zero-waste living can be easy and deeply satisfying, whether shopping at the farmers market, throwing a dinner party, or packing for a getaway weekend. With practical, manageable strategies organized by room, and inspiring photographs of plastic-free homes, you can begin your journey toward intentional, low-waste living.

Zero Waste Home

In Zero Waste Home, Bea Johnson shares the story of how she simplified her life by reducing her waste.

Zero Waste Home

Bea Johnson is “the mother of the zero waste lifestyle movement.” —CNN The book that started the waste-free living movement, Zero Waste Living—relates Bea Johnson’s inspirational personal story and provides practical tools and tips to help readers diminish their footprint and simplify their lives. In Zero Waste Home, Bea Johnson shares the story of how she simplified her life by reducing her waste. Today, Bea, her husband, Scott, and their two young sons produce just one quart of garbage a year, and their overall quality of life has changed for the better: they now have more time together, they’ve cut their annual spending by a remarkable forty percent, and they are healthier than they’ve ever been. This book shares essential how-to advice, secrets, and insights based on Bea’s experience. She demystifies the process of going Zero Waste with hundreds of easy tips for sustainable living that even the busiest people can integrate: from making your own mustard, to packing kids’ lunches without plastic, to canceling your junk mail, to enjoying the holidays without the guilt associated with overconsumption. Zero Waste Home is a stylish and relatable step-by-step guide that will give you the practical tools to help you improve your health, save money and time, and achieve a brighter future for your family—and the planet.

Sunset Best Kids Love The Earth Activity Book

What can you do with the wrapping paper on gifts you receive ? ... HAPPY THISTOR No - Waste Gift Wrap You can even save Earth's resources when you wrap a ...

Sunset Best Kids Love The Earth Activity Book

A wonderful book about Science, the Environment, Nature, the air we breathe & our water. Full of projects, both educational & fun. Equally ideal for field trips or classroom discussion. Whether its looking at nature as art, or finding out which bugs are the fastest, all will enjoy the clear descriptions & projects. Each "short lesson" is followed by one or more easy-to-do projects for elementary students.

Six Weeks to Zero Waste

Make beautiful reusable items such as cloth bags or beeswax wraps and gift them to friends or sell them. • Think about your workplace.

Six Weeks to Zero Waste

We are in the midst of a worldwide waste epidemic, where the average person in the UK throws away their own body weight in rubbish every seven weeks. The figure looks even worse at national level with the UK producing more than 100 million tonnes of waste every year. We all know the importance of reducing our environmental footprint, but the prospect of going green can seem daunting. Six Weeks to Zero Waste is both an accessible and aspirational programme to eliminate waste - and it goes beyond plastic. In this book, TV presenter turned eco blogger, Kate Arnell, will help you on your path to rubbish-free living, with the principles of the 5 Rs (refuse, reduce, reuse, recycle and rot). From cutting down on food waste and decluttering, to making homemade health and beauty products, you'll soon be on your way to a zero-waste lifestyle.

Living Without Plastic

. This is a clarion, convincing wake-up call to the scope of the global plastic problem and what readers can do about it. —Publishers Weekly Embrace a plastic-free lifestyle with more than 100 simple, stylish swaps for everything from ...

Living Without Plastic

“An eye-opening guide on how to lessen one’s dependence on plastics. . . . This is a clarion, convincing wake-up call to the scope of the global plastic problem and what readers can do about it. —Publishers Weekly Embrace a plastic-free lifestyle with more than 100 simple, stylish swaps for everything from pens and toothbrushes to disposable bottles and the 5 trillion plastic bags we use—and throw out—every year. Use a natural loofah, not a synthetic sponge Buy milk in glass bottles or make homemade nut milk Opt for a waste-free shampoo bar Skip the printed receipt and opt for an email instead Wrap gifts beautifully with cloth Organized into five sections—At Home, Food & Drink, Health & Beauty, On the Go, and Special Occasions—Living Without Plastic is a cover-to-cover collection of doable, differencemaking solutions, including a 30-Day Plastic Detox Program.

Super Market Merchandising

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Furoshiki

Learn 30 exquisite yet easy wrapping styles, involving knotted or intricately folded Furoshiki cloth, to wrap bottles, bouquets of flowers and other presents. You can also use Furoshiki to wrap and carry all sorts of everyday items.

Furoshiki


The Mindful Christmas Planner

Want to have a calmer, more mindful Christmas this year?This is the book for you.

The Mindful Christmas Planner

Want to have a calmer, more mindful Christmas this year?This is the book for you. The prompts within are designed to help you identify what's really important to you and plan a Christmas that's more ethical, more frugal, and more fun! You'll think about: Homemade gifts Zero-waste wrapping ideas Natural decorations Low-cost festive activities Christmas self-care ...and lots more! The book makes a great for anyone looking to live a more mindful life and it can be added to year after year.

The Everyday Eco Warrior

Going zero-waste is the need of the hour and cultivating some of these earth-happy habits in The Everyday Eco-Warrior will not only help the planet but will also be pocket-friendly in the long run!

The Everyday Eco Warrior

Myth: Products marked 'recyclable' and 'biodegradable' are eco-friendly. Truth: More often than not, these labels are stuck to deceive customers. Most of these products are unlikely to ever fully decompose and might degrade only after several hundred years! We have all come across sustainability practices and tips that are unsustainable in themselves. But these 110 super-easy guidelines from zero-waste practitioners Srini and Shubhashree will simplify and demystify your 'going green' journey, and more importantly, actually help you make a difference. And, the best part is, you don't need to follow everything to the T! There is no one correct way to live sustainably. Going zero-waste is the need of the hour and cultivating some of these earth-happy habits in The Everyday Eco-Warrior will not only help the planet but will also be pocket-friendly in the long run! So, pick the ones that are most feasible for your lifestyle, sprinkle them with some commitment, and you're all set to become an eco-warrior!

Pacific Drug Review

Available in small or large quantities to fit your needs . With Pak - Well Year - Around Gift Wrap you order only what you need . There's no waste or forced ...

Pacific Drug Review


Martha Stewart s Very Good Things

... 38 professional photos, tips for, 36 desserts, 266 gift wrap upgrade, ... 222 house-number gourd, 238 no-sew stripes, 232 no-waste dressing, ...

Martha Stewart s Very Good Things

Hundreds of clever tips, solutions, and easy ways to elevate every day, from America’s most trusted lifestyle authority, in one must-have handbook Inside these pages Martha shares all her best good things—the original life hacks for the home—to make your life easier, more fun, more delicious, and more efficient. These practical tricks cover all areas of Martha’s domestic expertise, including decorating, organizing, homekeeping, cooking, entertaining, and celebrating. From clever ways to solve common problems (use file folder dividers to organize cutting boards and sheet pans in your cabinets) to time-saving tricks (keep a pail stocked with cleaning supplies for easy access and portability to stress reducers (color-code kids’ bathroom gear to make mornings less hectic), every one of these ideas will make you wonder, “Why didn’t I think of that?” Also included are ways to use what you have (a Parmesan cheese rind will add great flavor to soup), streamline your stuff (use certain kitchen tools for many different purposes), or just make life a little more luxurious (add elegance to your table with DIY place cards). Whether functional, delightful, or a little bit of both, these are the details that enliven and inspire every day—that’s a good thing!