An organic alternative to shoe polish. Being someone who’s into using fruit for purposes other than eating (I like eating it too), this video really tickled my fancy. I am definitely not going to be buying shoe polish any more.… Read More »How to polish your shoes with a banana
Just in time for Mother’s Day, By Nature has launched a new flower delivery service with a selection of freshly cut UK grown seasonal blooms. From the end of March 2009 an organic bouquet will be added. Their English flower… Read More »Say it with organic and English flowers
Forget the gift which keeps on giving, this is the wrap that keeps on wrapping! With an estimated 83km2 of wrapping paper (which is enough to cover Guernsey and then some!) used in the UK alone every Christmas, the eco-friendly… Read More »WrapSacks – the Eco-friendly way to give this Christmas
Charity Practical Action are giving you the opportunity to buy a Practical Present for someone you don’t know this Christmas. Here’s how it works. You buy a fluffy duck for your aunt Mabel, and somewhere in Bangladesh a poor family… Read More »All I want for Christmas is a fluffy duck
No need to buy wrapping paper. Just wrap up your presents with what you have lying around at home, and make the gift into an adventure. Surprise balls can be made with scraps of fabric, yarn, lace, bias-binding, rick-rack, whatever… Read More »Green wrapping idea: Surprise balls
Grandmother and former nurse Linda Sones sells organic cotton baby and children’s clothing and accessories, and natural, organic baby toiletries online at SonesUK. Her suppliers are all committed to various environmental and Fairtrade initiatives. The one constant in the news… Read More »Are you staying green during the ‘credit crunch’?