Flushable liner, washable “pants” and a kickin’ assortment of designs and colors. Who says that baby isn’t doing their part (in style) for the environment?
From gdiapers. Prices vary.
Ever since San Francisco banned the use of plastic bags in large supermarkets and pharmacies (paper is now used), I’ve noticed a definite uptake in people using canvas and reusable bags when they shop. And what a terrific opportunity for a whole new product market.
I’ve been a big fan of the Envirosax line since it came out in 2004 – in the category of “usable shopping bags” they’ve got it sewn up. Sturdy construction, true over-the-shoulder design and the best assortment of graphics in this category. And their “kid” and “graphic” series bags hold an impressive 40-44 pounds.
Their size is so compact and light that I carry with me at all times. And at this price-point, there’s no excuse not to look hip while saving the environment.
From Envirosax. Prices start at $8.50 each.
Years ago, my friend Tim introduced me to the joys of spaghetti westerns – after one weekend, I was hooked.
The film “The Good, Bad and the Ugly” is at the top of my list for that genre, so I was delighted to find the film-inspired Il Bueno and Il Cattivo sculptures. Unique mid-century-meets-UFO sensibility.
10.6 inches high x 5.5 inches wide; doubles as a piggy bank.
Wannekes lists them in their “kids” section but they’d fit in beautifully as a display piece in any mid-century/modern influenced (including my own) home. €185.