Each year over 100 billion single-use coffee cups end up as landfill. It's a big problem, but one you can help with by drinking from a natural product, made from one of the world's most sustainable sources: renewable organic bamboo fibre.
A travel cup with a removable silicon sleeve and lid with resealable stopper is perfect for when you are on the go or simply want to save on waste.
Made with fully compostable materials, just pop it in the dishwasher and re-use again and again.
Less plastic. Less waste.
Naturally sterile: no taste residue
GET YOUR GARDEN READY FOR SPRING!
Simply scatter the seedballs on top of soil in a garden bed or planter in spring or autumn, and then sit back and watch them bloom. Before you know it you'll have your own eco-friendly habitat for bees/butterflies.
Dealing with the issues that Facebook has brought to light from identity to idolatory and self promotion
In just a few years, Facebook has gone from nothing to a major feature of modern life. There are over 500 million users, half of whom use it on any given day.
There is much that is good about this... social networking brings many benefits... but what about the dangers? Image, identity, idolatry and self-promotion are just some of the challenges that social networking can present. Dr Tim Chester looks at these issues pastorally and biblically, in his usual clear and candid manner. He asks pertinent questions to help us tackle them head on.
Each little owl brooch has been handcrafted through a process known as paper quilling. Artisans in Vietnam have mastered the art of cutting paper into long thin strips, then rolling and pinching them into different shapes before gluing them into place. Lean in to appreciate how the rolls of paper mirror fine feathers. Almost magical!
Emma: Guess what these rugs are made of!
Sophie: I've no idea! Recycled old socks?
Emma: No, but that's a good idea though.
Sophie: I give up! Tell me.
Emma: Plastic bottles!
Made from recycled plastic bottles, they are indistinguishable from wool kilims. Made by a clever process that breaks the bottles down into fine fibres that can then be spun into thread and yarn. Super versatile, these rugs can be used indoors or outdoors on balconies, decking or picnic rugs.
They are resistant to sunlight fading and can be easily washed clean with a hosepipe and dry in minutes. By helping to create a market for the recycling of plastic bottles and avoid them going into landfill or becoming litter this is a good thing for the environment. Recycling takes energy too but studies have shown that the overall environmental effect is very positive. Collecting the bottles provides some form of employment for street kids in India which is also a positive outcome.
These soft and beautiful rugs have to be seen and touched to be believed!
These cute hand painted birds and animals have been made in Zimbabwe from seedpods that have fallen from trees!
Stone sculptures have been carved in Kiisi in Kenya for over 60 years. Kiisi Stone is soft and varies in colour from white to rose and even grey. Carvers work in small groups with each group specialising in certain carvings. The carvings are then polished and dyed in vibrant colours and beautiful etchings inscribed in them by skilled teams of artisans.
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