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Eco-friendly parents are always looking for a way to reduce waste. Double-duty Funkins act as a reusable cloth napkin and placemat. The double-sided, 100 percent cotton fabric Funkins are made using low-impact dyes and are perfect for school lunches, on-the-go and at-home meals and snacks. And we love their festive designs – like the Monster Mash Orange Brains (seen here).
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Easy Easter Crafts
If you’re on the hunt for quick and easy Easter crafts for your kids, check out our new favourite blog: Planet Forward. To make this cute (and handy!) Easter Basket, all you need is an empty milk or juice carton and whatever you feel like decorating it with. That’s what we like about Planet Forward – their ideas are simple and sustainable. The blog is a fun, chatty complement to the company’s site, which features “sustainable essentials for the urban environmentalist” (think reusable water bottles, organic fashion and green home-cleaning kits). For other helpful nuggets on sustainable living and more eco-friendly crafts for kids, check out planetforward.ca/blog.
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Keep the Kids Busy
If you’re having a lot of kids over for the holidays, a holiday craft table is the perfect ice breaker. We love this simple Christmas Tree idea from Family Fun Magazine. All you need are craft sticks, paint, glue and a little bling and all the kids from preschool to the early grades will be happily entertained. Click here for full how to instructions.
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