I am always striving to do more of the little things in my life to be more planet friendly. So when I found Fabricwrapper.com I thought it was a great idea! I think we have all been there, sitting with the giant trash bag at holidays and birthdays stuffing loads of wrapping paper,tissue,bags and bows down in it. Or we may have tried to recycle by trying to save the salvageable pieces for the next Christmas, birthday,baby shower etc, but that can be a challenge. Trying to store them until and finding things that are decent enough to reuse isn't always easy. But why WASTE the paper at all? Stephanie Lancaster has a solution! Not only are these Fabricwrappers offered in adorable patterns they are also like a bonus present because they can be reused over and over again! Talk about a gift that keeps on giving :)
Traditional gift-wrap produces a lot of unnecessary waste. In fact, the Sierrra Club tells us that if everyone wrapped just three gifts a year in reused or reusable gift-wrap, we would all save enough paper to cover 45,000 football fields!
My Eco Family is teaming up with http://www.fabricwrapper.com/ to offer you the chance to wrap your Mother's Day gift in style. Fabricwrapper offers a wide variety of reusable gift-wrapping products that will make your mom say "wow"... whether she is into the eco-friendly (and cost-saving!) aspect of having something she can use over and over again, or whether she just likes boutique-quality beauty.
To win, simply add a comment to this post on which pattern of Fabricwrapper you would choose and why you want to use reusable gift-wrap this holiday.(Required) Be sure to include your contact email. The winner will be chosen using Random.org and Announced here on Thursday April 22nd. Good Luck!
Bonus Entries-(remember to comment when you have completed each bonus entry)
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- Become a follower of My Eco Family's Blog
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