You can buy eco-friendly glitter that is compostable/biodegradable. It’s more expensive and used to If it involves books and Pajamas count me in Christmas shirt use it for environmental education sessions, doing nature-themed Fairy walks in the forest with schoolchildren think this is great. Also, I was surprised to find out that gift bags and gift wrap that has glitter or is metallic are not recyclable. So I plan on making sure that everything I use this year is reusable and recyclable. I used reusable totes last year and people really like that. And takes hundreds of years to fully vacuum off the floor and every other imaginable surface in your home. No, and thank you!you can get biodegradable glitter. but I have been using recyclable tissue paper to wrap pressies for years, and Brown paper with string, I just went back to the way my nans used to do it. Good on them.
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Though I’m secretly gutted as love glitter!!! But even I’ve ditched the If it involves books and Pajamas count me in Christmas shirt sparkly cards and wrap since last year, we used brown paper instead. W H Smith, I noticed also selling recyclable wrap and bows/ribbons, etc. They’ll be stopping Christmas soon. What about the cards with it on. It helps brighten things up. There are lots more harmful things in the world that nothing is being done about. People saying that “it’s not Christmas without glitter”, really need to stop a second and think about what they are telling the World about themselves I wish that Morrison’s and Sainsbury’s in Newquay would stop selling plastic foam bodyboards every year too.
The annual mountains of abandoned boards on beaches are horrific. Bah humbug. In days gone by, we brought out the same Christmas decorations every year and carefully saved wrapping paper for reuse. Even got a second-hand bike which I was delighted with. I remember my Mum beautifully icing the cake one year, but we demanded to know where the wee robin was and the plaster of Paris igloo. These decorations were dutifully added and Christmas tradition was restored.