Cotton bits that wrap the soaps and fold in neatly on the edges without stitches or staples or seals. When you open it out, it’s a neat, scented bit of soft cloth which is perfect for wrapping your favourite pair of earrings in.
Available at select stores.
Online here and there.
What better way to keep memories alive than have the very bottles that held them to hang over your head. Pii loves how Cafe Delhi has upcycled and added oodles of charm to the space. Do yours now. But please to be firmly securing else it’ll fall on someone’s head and we’ll have a total cartoon show.
Picture courtesy, the Cafe Delhi FB page. Click here to go there.
Recycle Sundays: When India sends a parcel via post across the seas or airs, India wraps it in fine used muslins and cottons, stitches up the corners and sometimes even seals it with red wax. The fabric comes from old clothes and bits of tailor-scraps. P.S - When was the last time you sent a parcel of anything to anyone?
Via: Pii friend, Kavita.
, Shopping bag
Recycle Sundays: Old packs to make new packs. The team at Thunk in India thunk this all up. The result is used tetrapacks and plastic wrappers given a new life with banana fibre and coconut husk. Pick yours here www.thunkinindia.com
Upcycle an old cloth bag into an iPad case. Featured here, a Cottons bag in murky brown with vintage floral print and a string in contrast fabric to secure it all together. So, apart from looking gypsy-chic, it also has the benefit of not looking like an iPad case to thieves.
Picture: sue_tra on Instagram