GREEN Retailer Fab Finds for Spring 2013
Gossamer scarves come in six different color options. Products are hand-woven in Guatemala by Mayan women who are paid a fair price for their craft.
973.769.7684 • www.mayamamweavers.com
The classic paper brown bag gets a “green” interpretation with this waxed canvas edition. Marlowe bag can be reused by wiping clean. Available in other colors including Slate, Spice and Tumbleweed.
firstname.lastname@example.org • www.pegandawlbuilt.com
In the Save the Birds board game, players help six feathered friends return to their nesting grounds while offering a “bird’s eye view” of our natural environment. Proceeds from the sale of the game benefit the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, for the research and preservation of endangered birds. This game is printed on cotton canvas and sold in a cardboard tube. All of the components are derived from recycled materials.
617.863.0774 • www.gryphondesigncollective.com
Food-grade soy wax is handpoured into candles made from recycled elements. The new mercury glass line is recycled glass with “mercury” finish paint. Available in all 12 Capri Blue fragrances including the popular, Volcano.
800.748.9249 • www.capribluecandles.com
Original designs are individually silk-screened onto organic Italian linen. Offerings include table settings, hand towels, napkins, table runners, throw pillows, aprons and more.
email@example.com • www.cricketradiovermont.com
Tongue-in-cheek cards have spaces between lines for personal notes so recipient can read between the lines. Made and manufactured in the United States. The cards are offset printed on 110 lb. paper made from 100 percent recycled cotton. Envelopes feature blind embossing and are made from 40 percent post-consumer waste (PCW).
469.999.1798 • www.readbetweenthelines.com
Vegan skincare products are made from scratch in Vermont. Body butters are made with mango butter, organic oils of almond and olive; vitamin E oil and grapefruit seed extract. Packaged using either 100% recycled post-consumer waste or fully reusable containers. Five percent of sales are donated to The Schooling Project, which funds schooling for underprivileged kids in India.
802.378.4335 • www.theorangeowlshop.com