Here are some more fantastic waste free ideas for Christmas
Nothing sets the mood quite as well as candles but it is hard to find plastic free candles. Most come in a protective plastic wrap ...Read More
As they sound - a cracker that can be used over and over again. Probably not completely plastic free, (those ribbons look synthetic), but ...Read More
Reusable Wraps Wrapping presents – cloth furoshiki using a square of cloth. Crackle paper made from recycled tents. Disposable Paper As much as we love reusable gift ...Read More
Sellotape gets right up my nose. Everything biodegradable on my presents except for that sticky little glistening strip. Now some of you may be ...Read More
Organising a big bash? Nipping off out to buy some paper plates? WAIT!!! Given the choice between washing up and disposable partyware, the answer may ...Read More
Covered in plastic and full of trashy sweets, they just add to the huge amounts of Christmas rubbish. So here are a few plastic ...Read More
Plastic free booze is hard to find....glup!!!!. But as giving up IS NOT AN OPTION...here are our best choices.... The Plastic In Booze Metal caps ...Read More
Needed for fruit cakes, christmas puds and mince pies but not so easy to get plastic free. Here are your options... The Nut Shop ...Read More
While in Spain I visited Lidles and I came across a set of festive biscuit cutters in a cardboard box. They might have them ...Read More
No more jars with their plastic-lined, metal lids for me! So what with Christmas coming I need to make my own sweet mincemeat for my ...Read More
You can't have a roast bird without stuffing. I have tried long and hard to find plastic free ready-made but it eludes me so now I ...Read More
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WHY CUT PLASTIC
About 100 million tons of plastic are produced each year and much of it is used to make one-use, disposable items.
Because plastic doesn't biodegrade these items, though only used for moments can last for decades, centuries, possibly forever. We are creating ever lasting rubbish in unsustainable amounts. It is polluting the environment, maiming even killing animals, poisoning fish and may be poisoning us.