Give your kids a sense of hands-on recycling with 50 Recycled Craft Projects for Kids. This book includes step by step instructions, with over 400 photos, to make your own musical instruments, puppets, masks, decorations, clothes, games and toys.
Forget about butane refills and cheap plastic lighters. This arc lighter works by creating an electric plasma arc with one button. Electric, reusable, windproof, flameless, and USB rechargeable, this lighter can last up to a 100-300 uses on a full charge.
For men and women, these konjac sponges contain glucomannans, minerals, and antioxidants to help treat problem skin for face and body. Konjac sponges are 100% biodegradeable, made from pure vegetable konjac root and activated bamboo charcoal.
If you’re picking up poop everyday, these bags help to recycle it back to nature. Made with plant starch and food grade polymers, they leave no toxic residues when degrading. Each roll of bags are made to fit into standard size leash dispensers.
The average American throws away more than 68 pounds of clothing each year. The Upcycled T-Shirt by environmental crafter Jenelle Montilone will show you how to reduce your carbon footprint by upcycling t-shirts into fun quilts, accessories, toys, and gifts.
If only these guitar picks could talk. Made in the USA from used gift cards and credit cards, they are equal to medium gauge guitar picks.
Keep your yoga practice natural by choosing to use 100% natural yoga blocks made from cork. Yoga blocks help to deepen your stretches and poses, ensure proper alignment, and provide a comfy seat for meditation. Cork production is sustainable.
In the book “Tiny Houses Built with Recycled Materials,” Tiny Life blog author, Ryan Mitchell shows you how to use repurposed and upcycled materials like shipping containers and reclaimed shingles to create your own unique, recycled home.
For every Smile Squared bamboo toothbrush purchase, Smile Squared donates one to a child in need, promoting better health and self-confidence. So far, the company has donated toothbrushes to communities in every US state and in 24 other countries.
The 80’s never left. Flip Flop Bracelets are fair trade sourced and hand made by women in Mali, West Africa. Washable and durable, this set of ten bracelets are made from recycle flip flops and resemble the jelly bracelets of the 80’s.
For every jar of Good Spread purchased, Good Spread provides hyper-nutritious food to a malnourished child in need. Good Spread is all natural peanut butter made with Georgia peanuts, sustainably sourced palm oil, sweetened with honey.
Dr. Suess’ 1971 classic, The Lorax, is a timeless book that teaches kids about conservation, sustainability, and loving the planet. The Lorax delivers an amusing and powerful message to both adults and children with brilliant rhymes and illustrations.
Write for miles on one cool looking pen! Americans throw away 1.6 billion disposable pens per year. Swiss made Seven Year Pens, by Seltzer, hide a jumbo ink cartridge inside, which prolongs their life to seven years. The pens come in fun colors and styles.