Thursday, April 21, 2016

Earth Day Spotlight: For the pets

This week to celebrate the upcoming Earth Day on April 22nd we are sharing daily round ups of eco-friendly, Connecticut made products. Around here we love our critters and we love celebrating them with natural, sustainable and organic finds. 

Think Globally, Shop Locally!

Eco-friendly finds for the pets:


"Made with sustainable Aspen wood, these leash hooks are painted using natural milk paint in gray or white. Aspen wood needs to be harvested regularly to keep other Aspen trees healthy and thriving." - Cyn owner of RiverDog Prints

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"Handmade by me, this soap was created using the old fashioned method of cold process soap making. No synthetic colors, dyes, perfumes, preservatives have been used." Jess owner of Treefort Naturals

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"It's for the Birds! Provide nesting materials for your feathered friends. Great for your indoor birds and their outside relatives! 4" vine ball filled with 100% all natural (no dye) fiber donated by our herd of alpaca - eco friendly and sustainable." - Lori owner of Flatland Alpacas

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"The Mary Chicken tote, printed on a bag made from Ecotech which is 65% pre-consumer cotton and 35% recycled bottles, made by a family/woman owned company in NH." - Jennifer owner of Hickster Tees

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"Handmade, wood and paper, use daily forever." - Vanessa owner of Queen Vanna Creations

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Stop by tomorrow for the final eco-friendly roundup!
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Written by Alonda Baird-Juhasz, owner of Designer Dwellings, who believes in adding color to life. An avid DIYer, sparkle-loving, all things fabulous addict, her shop features bright and fun home decor accessories and gifts. When not in the shop you can find her interior decorating or visual styling events and photo shoots.

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