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Mrs Green’s Sunday stories

Submitted by on Sunday, 20 September 2009 Loading Add to favourites  No Comment

giftEach week I round off with a selection of stories from around the blogosphere.

The stories are in some way related to green issues such as helping you reduce your carbon footprint, taking care of your health naturally, green parenting or organic gardening.

Have a read of this week’s three stories!

Green ‘non traditional’ wedding gifts

We’ve covered this topic before, but chances are you go to more than one wedding in your lifetime and I’m assured that autumn is the most popular time for weddings in the US!

Just what do you get for the bride and groom that have it all, or those with an environmentally friendly lifestyle?

Over on Ideal bite they have “Top 10 non traditional Wedding gifts” for you to choose from.

Green Craft magazine

Well you US readers are such lucky people! There is a new magazine out now called ‘Green Craft‘ and it looks fabulous.

Focusing on ‘green craft’ you’ll find creative uses for old materials and how to turn your trash into treasure. The magazine is printed on 100% recycled paper and in issue one you’ll find projects for using cereal boxes, paper coffee filters and old t-shirts.

Why not subscribe today and start saving the planet in a crafty way!?

Gutter garden

What a great idea for small spaces and reusing valuable materials.

I’ve always said you can garden without a garden! People think it’s a strange thing to say, but then I mention window boxes, hanging baskets and patio containers on a balcony.

This week I came across someone who has a unique idea for gardening in a small space.

Have a peek at “How does your garden grow?” for inspiration!

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