We love everything about eco-friendly decorations. In fact, let’s dispel the myth that just because you’ve switched to a low-impact lifestyle, your seasonal decorations need to suffer. On the contrary! With a little thought (consider materials, where they come from, and if possible, how they were made) you’ll find unique and beautiful decor that lasts.
If you’re feeling crafty, we’ve got a fun way to repurpose your old Friendsheep Eco Dryer Balls into cute, handmade mini pumpkins for fall!
Using few materials and simple directions, crafting is a great way to gather, create, get festive, reduce AND reuse!
(Not quite sure if you’re ready to retire your dryer balls? Check out this post here.)
Then enjoy decorating the dining room table, windowsill, mantel and beyond! Have kids? Send them out to gather natural goodies like acorns, pine cones or fall leaves. They’ll look great arranged with your new (repurposed!) decor.
For a perfect final touch, add to your arrangements a few drops of our Fall Fest essential oil blend - a warm and inviting blend of organic orange and lemon, on a rich base of cinnamon and clove bud. Mmmm...
Enjoy! It's time to get festive, reduce AND reuse.
This DIY project is a great reason to gather the kids or get friends together. Have someone bring the glue gun, and put someone else in charge of beverages. Wine, mulled cider or hot cocoa, your choice!
Want more unique repurposing ideas? Check out this blog post for 10 eco-friendly ways to reuse your retired Friendsheep dryer balls... from crafting to composting!
As we gather to celebrate love, joy, and gratitude, let's extend our care to the Earth. This time of year, it can be especially difficult to shop sustainably with the looming darkness of excessive waste and overconsumption on your shoulder. If this resonates, we are here for you! The holidays don't have to be wasteful or overwhelming. At Friendsheep, every single product is crafted with intention and made to last while also putting a smile on your loved one's face as well as the planet's. Sustainable, cruelty-free, plastic-free, and fair trade gifts are out there (and probably not too far either!)
Every year, over 400 million tonnes of plastic are produced worldwide, half of which is designed solely for single-use. A meager 9% of all the plastic produced gets recycled, and annually more than 23 million tonnes of plastic end up in our lakes, rivers, and seas. Packaging and single-use items are among the main culprits of this plastic pollution.