Thursday, 23 September 2010

Go Green with Alladin's Do The Reuse Challenge

This post brought to you by Aladdin. All opinions are 100% mine.

When making your crafts, do you recycle? Do you reuse materials to make new crafts? It's been a long time since I last made crafts from recycled materials, but when mailing orders for my online store, I try to reuse used envelopes and bubble mailers.

If you're into recycling and reusing, you might be interested in the Alladin "Do The Reuse Challenge". It's a challenge to give up everything disposable for 30 days, such as paper cups, water bottles, or food containers. Everyone's welcome to participate in this challenge, and 9 families will be picked to blog about their experience on Alladin's website.

Aladdin is a company in USA that makes recyclable and reusable portable food containers and customizable mugs. They have cute artist travel mugs, just like the one designed by Amy Ruppel in the pic. Amy Ruppel's illustrations have been used on snowboards, paperweights, and even on wellies, so her Alladin mug is pretty cool!

Alladin's Artist Series Insulated Mug 12oz. Amy Ruppel

If you love coffee, you'll definitely need an Alladin mug! Did you know that it costs about $165 a year to make drip coffee at home versus $636 to buy drip coffee at your local cafe?

If you're trying to change into greener habits, don't worry about not having any reusable water tumbler or food container. Alladin has them all, and when you accept the Do The Reuse Challenge, you will be enjoying discounts and free shipping on selected items.

What are you waiting for? Change your life into a greener, healthier, better life. You'll get to save money too, so that's pretty cool! Check out Aladdin on Facebook for more info.

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