Spring has sprung and Easter is only a few days away! Here are few ideas for some sustainable items to have in for the occasion.
A chocolate egg is probably Easter’s most iconic item and there are plenty of ethical options to choose from.
A lot of the standard brands tend to produce chocolate and eggs containing palm oil and theyre not always organic or fair trade.
and speaking of eggs, we have one of our very own, this little ecoEgg for laundry. Back in stock after popular demand!
A lovely way to wash your clothes without the harsh chemicals and constant flow of large plastic tubs and bottles cluttering your cupboards.
A fun activity to do over Easter with kids is egg dyeing. You just need eggs and dye and you can make your very own natural food dyes at home. You have turmeric for yellow, beetroot for pinks and red, red cabbage for purple and frozen blueberries make great blue.
Wooden eggs make a great alternative to those plasticky ones and can be left au natural or painted, and repainted each year. Fill them with treats and leave them around you garden or home to be found!
We wish you all a very Hoppy Easter!
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