By Karen Riley on March 6, 2012
What happens when you receive a donation of 200 cardboard egg trays and have a date with just as many first graders? You come up with a project fast – and one that is cute, quick and easy. Voila, the French egg tray memo board is born!
By Becky Striepe on August 9, 2010
The Uniform Project is back for its second iteration. Instead of rocking that dress for another year, Sheena is challenging her readers to get involved! Each month, one reader will wear the dress and share her photos to raise money for a cause of her choice.
By Becky Striepe on July 27, 2010
Don’t you just love hearing about kids who are making a difference? A couple of weeks ago, we ran across 9-year-old Hannah knitting Hats for Hunger, and just the other day I stumbled upon the story of Katie Stagliano, a South Carolina girl who’s been growing veggies to feed the homeless in her area since third grade. Here’s Katie’s story.
By Becky Striepe on July 19, 2010
Emily Burger is an organic fabric designer, former preschool teacher, and a mom. Now, she’s teamed up with two other crafty moms to launch Cuddle Organics. Emily says:
“We are three moms committed to creating the most beautiful and luxurious organic baby products available anywhere. The items are handmade with love starting from the fabric design and sewing to the packaging. We saw the lack of options out there for unique, cute, and fun organic items for baby and children, so we decided to take a plunge into making our own. We are having so much fun working together!”
By Becky Striepe on July 14, 2010
While one clothing swap service narrows its focus, there are some other great borrowing websites out there to pick up the slack.
Have you run across any of these borrowing and trading websites? We’d love to hear about others that are out there!
Category: Clothes+Accessories, Living, Recycling Services, Shopping+Services | Tags: borrow, children, children's clothes, clothing, clothing swap, hand me downs, kid, kids, reuse, Swap, swapping, thredUP, trade