Reusable lunch sets!

Posted by In Harmony Goddess Traditions at 10:19 PM

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

One of the things we hope to do here at In Harmony is to provide a place for our crafts to be shared with other people.

On our 'Boutique' page you can find a small sampling of items crafted by Jo-alle and Minnow that you can purchase by contacting us, at a party or at an event such as Earth Day Napa.

These are my newest creations. I made them for my friend's two children. They are lunch sets: Sandwich bag, two snack bags, napkin and tote. The bags have a velcro closure to mimic a ziplock bag.

Butterflies, dragonflies and glitter for a girly-girl.

More buggy-bugs and spiders for the boy.

I came up with these while looking for an alternative to those little plastic zip locks that we inevitably take with us everywhere. I tried using reusable containers, but they were bulky, they are still made of plastic (I feel there is enough plastic in the ocean already and wanted something a little more eco-friendly.) and I kept loosing those little lids.

Then... I needed a birthday gift for a (different) friend's child and added the tote to keep it all organized and a napkin, 'cause, well... kids need napkins.

Happy May to you all and may the sunshine warm your heart!!


Book your party today, and "come together, connect, and celebrate" with those you love!


In Harmony Goddess Traditions said...

I just found this blog: Fake Plastic Fish
This Oakland woman is documenting her quest to become plastic free. Last year she consumed less than 4 lbs of plastic which is 4% of what the average person consumes.
She is my new hero.

Crafty Green Poet said...

those are adorable and I'm going to make something similar for myself as I need to take a packed lunch to work (its great working surrounded by farmland but there are no shops!), thanks for the inspiration