Friday, June 19, 2009

Going organic


Check out my new earth friendly and totally stylish silverware. It's made of organic materials (bamboo and coconut shell) untouched by any pesticide spray. Best of all it's made by a nomadic indigenous tribe in one of the sunny isles in my archipelago. Using this unusual cutlery makes me feel so grounded to Mother Earth and mindful of my meals. I think it's quite impossible to shove huge mouthfuls of food into my gut with this cutlery set. Small, dainty, mindful bites would be more appropriate. Hmm, this could make me lose a few pounds too I reckon.

Let me know if you're interested in acquiring such inspired cutlery so I can list a few sets in my shop for a very nominal price.

It's hello summer on the other side of the hemisphere and hello rainy, monsoon season where I am. Do check out my craft contributions on Celebrations.com as well as other cool summer party ideas. Also explore more great ideas on their blog Life of the Party!

5 comments:

  1. I have never before looked at cutlery and thought 'that's cute'. But today I am thinking it.

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  2. Hi Christy :)
    Oh how very special ! What is it made of exactly, if I may ask ? Handmade cluttery is not something very common.
    I'd love to know more about where you live / your corner of the world.
    Have a superb weekend ahead, my friend, and thanks a lot for stopping by, always a joy to see your name ! oxoxo

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  3. I would love to know where to get that! It's very neat! How are you washing it?

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  4. I'm intrigued! I would definitely be interested in the "coconutware"! I think it would be lovely to sup with the grandbabies using these Earth connected utensils. I'll be anxious to learn more about them. Have a lovely weekend, Christy!

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