Saturday, May 21, 2011

Going Green!

So this post is brought on by a few things.
#1. My sister recently started a blog! She's a serious health nut. When she mentioned that she wanted to do a giveaway, I jumped at the chance!
So, I explained to her that I make these and use them ALL THE TIME. You know those cotton rounds that most people use to remove makeup or wash their face? Here's a great solution to those! These are 100% reusable, just throw them in the wash with your clothes. They're 100% natural cotton which means no harmful dyes.
I'm making some for my sister's giveaway, and I think I'll make a couple sets to stick in the shop to see how they do. I think they're great though. I really do use them all the time. :)

#2. I couldn't be more excited for Spring. It's not quite here in Montana yet, but I can't wait for it! With the coming of Spring/Summer here, we also get the Farmer's Market. Every year I get so excited for this. Farmer's from all over bring their delicious fruits and veggies. My ALL TIME FAVORITE thing to buy at my farmer's market is garlic. There's a guy that sells it and it's the most potent garlic I've ever had. I love it so much!
So I thought I would make a produce bag for us to bring to our Farmer's Market instead of using the plastic bags they provide. Along with that I made a separate garlic bag to keep my garlic in and hang in my kitchen! These are also made out of the same 100% cotton that's all natural. :)

To give you an idea of size, there's about 5 mangos in the big bag.

That's it for now! I'll be back in a little bit with an update on some projects and my progress on my scarf. I hope everyone is having a great weekend!



Great Green ideas, those bags are much more practical than plastic and the cotton pads are a great idea too. :)

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