You Don’t Have to Be a Russian Czar or Sherlock Holmes to Capture the Eco-Magic of Easter Eggs!

When I think of Easter Fun, I think of Easter Bunnies and Bunny workshops – busily designing and coloring the best Easter Eggs in the world (the equivalent of Santa’s Christmas workshop) – who then wrap their precious cargo inside hand-made (paw-made) baskets – and who then pass them onto Easter Bunny-shaped Gnomes who randomly hide these treasures underground and across the globe!  Our mission then as tradition-bound humans – is to find these precious symbols of rebirth, renewal, and happiness and incorporate them into our own unique springtime sunshine celebrations!  So if you haven’t done so already, here are some eco-friendly, eco-adventurous Easter Egg ideas from the Chief Easter Bunny himself!

1- Book Yourself a World-Class Easter Egg Hunt Vacation!

Easter Egg Hunts are great cultural festivities that come together with religious traditions to add fun and excitement to the Easter Bunny’s appearance for kids and adults alike.  Here then are four of the best Easter Egg Hunts in the world:

The Faberge Easter Egg Hunt in London, England – See www.The-Big-Faberge-Egg-Hunt-London Hosted by Russian jeweler, Faberge, and billed as the “World’s Largest  Luxury Easter Egg Hunt” as well as a major charity event, over 200 Giant Fiberglass Easter Eggs have been planted throughout the city of London decorated by some of the world’s most famous artists, designers, jewelers, actors and architects. Each egg has its own secret code word which finders use to text to a designated number.  The Grand Prize is a diamond encrusted Jubilee Egg made by Faberge in honor of the 60 year reign of Queen Elizabeth II.  Hunt organizers hope to raise 3 million dollars with the proceeds going to two charities – “Action for Children” and “The Elephant Family”.

The Beatrix Potter Easter Egg Hunt in Cumbria, England – See www.The-Great-Peter-Rabbit-Easter-Egg-Hunt Located in the Lake District of North Western England and covering 2600 square miles of terrain, this year’s annual Easter Egg Hunt will be celebrating the 110th anniversary  of “The Tale of Peter Rabbit” written by English natural scientist and conservationist, Beatrix Potter.  One hundred and ten ceramic eggs have been hidden all over the countryside and once all the eggs have been found the great Peter Rabbit Easter Egg Hunt of 2012 will be over.

The Annual Easter Egg Hunt at the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina, USA – See www.VisitNC-Annual-Easter-Egg-Hunt-at-Biltmore This year’s Easter Egg Hunt coincides with the opening weekend of the 27th annual “Festival of Flowers”.  Three hunts are scheduled beginning at 11am, 1pm, and 3pm.  Magic shows, Children’s music and stories and Photo opportunities with the Easter Bunny are included as well.

The High Altitude Egg Hunt at Copper Mountain, Colorado, USA – See www.Copper-Mountain-Easter-Egg-Hunt Located between the ski resorts of Vail and Breckenridge and billed as the largest Easter Egg Hunt in Colorado with 50,000 eggs to find, there will be an “all-new Egg Putt-Putt – 9 holes of “greens” on the snow with Easter eggs for golf balls.

2- Get Tickets for an Easter Egg Rolling or Tapping Contest!

You don’t have to have a spoon or an invitation to the “White House” in Washington, D.C. to participate in an Easter Egg rolling contest nor do you have to fly to Russia to compete in an Easter Egg-knocking contest.  The tradition of egg rolling competitions goes back centuries across the globe – in England and Scotland, in Germany and Denmark, in the Netherlands and Lithuania and even ancient Egypt.   And if you want to see some serious egg-tapping, check out Marksville, Louisiana which holds its internationally recognized “Easter Egg Knocking Contest” on the courthouse square every year on Easter morning.  Note: All chicken, duck, turkey, and guinea eggs are allowed.

3- Go High-Tech with Easter Egg Geocaching!

They are doing it in La Vergne, Tennessee and in Boulder Junction, Wisconsin – in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania and from Cape Cod Massachusetts to the Sacred Rocks Reserve in southern California – Families across the nation are using their GPS devices to locate the coordinates of hidden Easter Egg treasures.  After finding each cache, the Easter Egg hunter signs a log or takes a picture to prove that he or she has completed this part of the search.  Prizes are awarded at the end or with each cache found.

4- Go Underwater with Easter Egg Diving!

Billed as an “Easter Eggstravaganza”, children are being encouraged to dive, splash, and swim for eggs at the ‘5th Annual Easter Egg Dive’ at the Fairmont Aquatic Center in Salt Lake City next month.  And in Key Largo, Florida, adult divers and snorkelers are getting “egg-cited” about the upcoming “12th Annual Underwater Easter Egg Hunt” headed up by Captain Spencer Slate of the Atlantis Dive Center who dresses up each year in a giant bunny costume with dive gear. Participants are taken out to a secluded location on glass-bottom boats to one of the Keys’ pristine reefs “where revelers plunge for the hard-boiled hoard during the two-tank trip.”  The proceeds from this popular hunt acts as a fundraiser for handicapped and needy kids within the area especially during this holiday season.

5- Go Gaga Egg Watching at an Easter Egg Drop Near You!

Easter Egg Celebrations are now ‘High-Flying’!  All across North America, Easter Egg Hunts are now beginning with ‘Easter Egg Drops’ where thousands of plastic Easter Eggs filled with candy and prizes are dropped from Helicopters or Hot Air Balloons.   Many are church-sponsored or parks and recreation-sponsored. They are doing it in small town places to big city places – from Alachua, Florida to Montgomery, Alabama, from Glen Mills, Pennsylvania to North Las Vegas, Nevada, from Burlington, North Carolina and Bluefield, Virginia to Owasso, Oklahoma and The Twin Cities of Minnesota and from Marion, Illinois and Rochester, New Hampshire to Laguna Hills, California and Portland, Oregon.

6- Host An Easter Egg Tea Party!

In keeping with an organically-themed Easter Egg tea party, offer your invited guests eco-rich reminders of  sensory verdancy with springtime favors, décor, and food items including: 1-Pastel-colored recyclable napkins, a hand-stitched tablecloth with ribbon-accented designs and handmade soy and beeswax candles; 2-Reusable papier-mache eggs and bunny and chick figurines made from recycled wool sweaters or leftover milk jugs and juice cartons; 3-Freshly-picked floral cuttings and garland arrangements straight from the garden along with twig-decorated candle rings; 4-Homemade-styled Easter basket or Easter bonnet place settings filled with a selection of real grass, organic lollipops, nuts, tea bags, carrot and celery sticks, all-natural jelly beans, and ‘fair trade’ dark chocolate candy; 5-Freshly-made finger sandwiches and dips with deviled eggs, scones and crumpets and locally produced whipped cream, butter, jam, and honey; and 6- After-party keepsakes – an Easter Egg-Dying Starter Kit containing cage-free chicken eggs, red cabbage leaves, spinach and turmeric leaves, lemon peels, yellow onion skins, blueberries, beet juice, and a few unused crayon nubs – and – perhaps a personalized Easter Egg Tea Party Photo Memento set inside an eco-friendly recycled magazine picture frame.

So in conclusion, you may not be a Russian czar or czarina, rich enough to own a bejeweled Faberge Egg yet! – OR – be a world-famous super sleuth like a geeky Sherlock Holmes, able to find even the smallest clues in any Geocaching Easter Egg Hunt! – BUT – you now have creative ideas of your own to making your own Easter Fun eco-magical!

Reference Footnote: Easter Fun for me is also a special reminder of my ancient celebratory family heritage- – I can trace my own unique “Holmes “ ancestry back to one Francis Holmes, a 17th century English Puritan and Early Settler and Co-Founder of Stamford, CT. in 1640 America, who is my 9th great-grandfather – – and my unique Russian heritage can be traced back to the 10th and 11th centuries – a time period in which the first Christian monarchs of Scandinavia and Eastern Europe were suddenly bursting upon the scene including: 1- Prince Mieszko I, First Christian Ruler of Poland, my 35th great-grandfather; 2- Saint Stephen I of Hungary, my 31st great-grandfather; 3- Saint Ludmila of Bohemia, my 38th great-grandmother; and 4- Yaroslav I the Wise, Prince of Novgorod and Kiev, my 33rd great-grandfather and 5- Saint Vladimir Svyatoslavich the Great, my 34th great-grandfather.  However, I am still looking for an Easter Bunny in the family tree.

And The Oscar Goes To ….. How Well Do You Know Your Eco-Monster Movie Trivia? (Part I)

Science fiction movies have come a long way from the 1950’s when “mutant monsters” terrorized the island of Manhattan and Japan and blighted the desert of New Mexico.  Rather today’s big screen monsters tend to be 3-D “space aliens” and “virile vampires” with complex feelings, unorthodox powers, and shrouded origins whose shadowy actions often make us wonder what they are really after…  In contrast, “eco-terrestrial-monsters” are simpler characters to understand – for the most part, they are the meddlesome by-products of toxic human activities, radioactive fallouts, biological contamination (or manipulation) and habitat destruction – – earth-bound monsters whose motivations are at once recognizable – -revenge on all humans!  Other memorable “eco-terrestrial-monsters” are the meddlesome byproducts of legendary gods found in Greek mythology and Scandinavian folklore.  Still others, are the mythical reincarnations of fossilized animals.  Let’s see then how well you know your “eco-monster” movie trivia?

1- What 1954 eco-monster movie classic featured an amphibious-looking half-fish, half-human creature living along the Amazon River?

2- Released three months later in 1954, what is the name of the American eco-monster movie that featured gigantic man-eating irradiated ants?

3- 1954 was a good year indeed!  What Japanese monster movie introduced the world to a pop culture icon known for its mutant lizard appearance and its starring role in a series of 28 sequels?

4- What American-made 1957 science fiction film featured a scientific expedition trapped in the Bikini Atoll of the Pacific Ocean by intelligent, brain-eating monsters that mutated as a result of nuclear testing on the island’s plant and sea life?

5- Filmed near Dallas, Texas, what low-budget 1959 monster film, considered to be a cult classic, featured a gargantuan 70 foot poisonous lizard attacking a train and then a town dance hall packed with teenagers before being blown up by a rigged ‘hot rod’ filled with nitroglycerin?

6- What 1963 fantasy feature film based on a mythical Greek hero and his quest for the Golden Fleece, featured half-human winged monsters on the island of Thrace and a seven-headed serpent whose sown teeth begot an army of skeletons?  What are the names of both of these legendary creatures?

7- What 1965 Japanese monster movie introduced the world to another pop culture icon – a titanic, flying turtle monster with fire-breathing capabilities, a shell strong enough to withstand missiles and other weaponry and a pair of claws and large tusks brought to life after a Soviet plane carrying nuclear bombs crashes into the arctic ice?

8- Set in Arizona, what 1972 American sci-fi horror film featured large fluffy carnivorous killer monsters that mutated as a result of an experimental hormonal serum being injected into one of these small domesticated mammals?

9- What notorious star-studded 1978 disaster film bombed at the box office but not before a killer invasion of African bees spread terror in Texas?

10- Filmed in San Marcos, Texas, what is the name of the other 1978 horror movie which featured a scientifically engineered swarm of flesh-eating monsters that were accidently released from an abandoned military research center from the Vietnam War era and escaped into the riverways feeding a children’s camp and summer resort?

11- Filmed in British Columbia, Canada, what is the name of the 1979 monster movie which featured the calamitous effects of mercury-tainted waste from a local lumber mill company in Maine and the creation of a giant man-eating bear-monster?

12- Set in an isolated ex-mining town in Nevada, what 1990 sci-fi horror comedy film featured worm-like creatures that swim under the desert sands like underground monster sharks finding and grabbing up people based on vibrations?

13- What is the name of the 1993 movie that featured a theme park populated by monster dinosaurs cloned from  DNA extracts of insects preserved in prehistoric amber?

14- What is the name of the pirate movie series and the legendary sea monster whose leviathan tentacles preyed upon specific ships at the command of Davy Jones, captain of the Flying Dutchman?

15- In what 2001 boy wizard movie does Hagrid, the Keeper of Keys and Grounds at Hogwarts, give up his baby monster to be taken to a sanctuary in Romania?  What is the name and classification type of this baby monster?

Answers: (1) The Creature from the Black Lagoon (2) Them! (3) Godzilla (4) Attack of the Crab Monsters (5) The Giant Gila Monster (6) Jason and the Argonauts; Harpies; Hydra (7) Gamera (8) Night of the Lepus aka Rabbits (9) The Swarm (10) Piranha (11) Prophecy (12) Tremors (13) Jurassic Park (14)  Pirates of the Caribbean; the “Kraken” (15)  Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone; Norbert; Norwegian Ridgeback Dragon

Shopping for Sharks, Penguins, Elephants and Kids? – A Unique Kind of Experience: Eco-Retail and Reusable Therapy! (Part II)

In Part I of this article, an underlying assumption was made that your online eco-shopping experience would generate unique gift ideas, new product purchases, and a psychological uplift whose primary beneficiaries would be yourself, your family, your friends and your pets — and of course the environment itself – – but what if the beneficiaries were perfect strangers – people you had never met before in your life? And what if the gifts you gave them were “used” items? Well, – Welcome to the Eco-friendly World of “Reusable Gift-Giving”!

Once again, the best source of reusable gift-giving ideas can easily be found online through some really cool non-profit organizations many of which were founded by socially-minded entrepreneurs. Let us now take a look at eight of these socially and environmentally progressive-thinking groups and at the same time, take stock of our own closets, bins, storage boxes, and bureau drawers.

1- Sole Responsibility –
Gift-Giving Category: Unworn & Slightly Used Running Shoes

Gift-Giving Goal: Founded by a group of women runners in 2005 – Jennifer North of Ottawa, Canada and her running mates, Tracy Clark and Cindy Scott – this non-profit organization collects, washes, and sends unworn and gently used athletic shoes to needy communities in Africa – including refugees, orphan children, the elderly, the disabled, the disadvantaged and the physically-challenged in Africa.

Ask Yourself: Are you interested in collecting running shoes thru your office or school or expanding the number of collection sites?

2- Cell Phones for Soldiers – www.cellphonesfor
Gift-Giving Category: Used Cell Phones

Gift-Giving Goal: Founded by the Bergquist family of Norwell, Massachusetts in 2004, this non-profit organization collects ‘used’ cell phones, sells them to recycling firms, and takes the proceeds to buy calling cards for deployed and returning troops so that they can communicate with their family cost-free while serving in the United States military.

Ask Yourself: Are you interested in gifting your cell phone to an American service man or woman in remembrance of a loved family member or close friend who made a difference in your life?

3- Cristina Foundation –
Gift-Giving Category: Used Computer Equipment & Related Technology

Gift-Giving Goal: Founded by David Bruce McMahan and Yvetter Marrin in 1984, and based in Greenwich, Connecticut, this non-profit organization collects used pc desktops, notebooks, printers, scanners, copiers, keyboards, modems, monitors, software, video cards, and digital cameras -and in turn – donates these used items to schools, public agencies, and other non-profit organizations who help to train people with disabilities, students at risk and economically disadvantaged persons so that they may lead more independent and productive lives.

Ask Yourself: Are you interested in gifting computer equipment so that others in need may have access for the first time to special educational programs and vocational support?

4- Bicycles for Humanity (B4H) –
Gift-Giving Category: Used & Unwanted Bicycles & Related Accessories

Gift-Giving Goal: Founded in 2005 by Pat Montani in Whistler, British Columbia, Canada, this non-profit organization collects old and unwanted bicycles, bike parts, clothing, helmets, and shoes and sends them to disadvantaged communities in Africa so that people there are empowered with their own transport.

Ask Yourself: Are you interested in giving the gift of mobility so that others may have better access to healthcare, education, food, water, employment, and social opportunities?

5- Riley’s Toys Foundation –
Gift-Giving Category: New, Slightly Used & Unwanted Toys

Gift-Giving Goal: Founded in 2009 by then five year old, Riley Hebbard, of Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, this non-profit organization collects new toys and slightly used and unwanted toys and sends them to vulnerable children in Africa many of whom live in orphanages, AIDS camps, refugee camps, and various impoverished areas.

Ask Yourself: Are you interested in giving the gift of joy to a struggling child that is toyless and forgotten by creating a smile of hope with your toy?

6- St. Jude’s Ranch for Children –
Gift-Giving Category: Used Greeting Cards

Gift-Giving Goal: Founded by Episcopal priest, Father Jack Adam, in 1967 and based in Boulder City, Nevada with two other locations in Texas – this non-profit organization recycles used greeting cards by allowing abused, abandoned, and neglected children residing at their facilities to reconstruct these old cards into new holiday cards and greeting cards for every occasion which are then sold in turn to support their organizational programs and services.

Ask Yourself: Are you interested in giving a teenager “green” entrepreneurship skills and a sense of importance, dignity, and purpose in life?

7- The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) –
Gift-Giving Category: Used Real Furs

Gift-Giving Goal: Founded in 1954 by journalist Fred Myers and his three colleagues – Larry Andrews, Marcia Glaser, and Helen Jones – this Washington D.C.-based organization is the largest animal advocacy organization in the world. Backed by 11 million Americans, the HSUS is dedicated to seeking a humane and sustainable world for all animals that will also benefit people. In its efforts to reduce animal suffering and celebrate pets as well as wildlife, the HSUS now collects used real furs (including fur apparel, fur trims, and fur accessories) and sends them to wildlife rehabilitators so that these furs can then be repurposed as blankets for orphaned and injured wild baby animals they find every year.

Ask Yourself: Are you interested in giving an abandoned or injured wild animal the warmth and comfort of a furry blanket a.k.a. – a surrogate mother?

8- Combat Paper Project –
Gift Giving Category: Used military uniforms

Gift-Giving Goal: Founded in 2007 by Drew Matott, a paper and book artist and Drew Cameron, a soldier-turned-artist, this San Francisco-based organization administers papermaking workshops all across the USA to assist military veterans to work out, reconcile, and share their personal military experiences by teaching them how to make paper pulp by hand from their old combat uniforms and transforming the pulp into a variety of cathartic works of paper art – giving the veterans “a vehicle to tell their personal stories of military service.”

Ask Yourself: Are you interested in donating a military uniform to a veteran community at one of these workshops so that our military men and women are better able to embrace their military experiences and find within themselves the artistic ability to turn uniforms into combat paper and ultimately books, personal journals, broadsides, and other works of art?

Truly the backstory of these reusable gift-giving ideas is fascinating. You may now want to ask yourself this all important question – are you inspired enough to organize a grassroots chapter of your own within your local area?

Shopping for Sharks, Penguins, Elephants and Kids? – A Unique Kind of Experience: Eco-Retail and Reusable Therapy! (Part I)

You don’t have to be a child to like stuffed animals nor do you have to travel far to see an Emerald Hummingbird, a Sumatran Rhino or a Pygmy Elephant. Instead, you can sit comfortably in front of your home computer screen, go onto the internet, and visit the “World Wildlife Fund Gift Center” – – and “Adopt” yourself a real Emerald Hummingbird, Sumatran Rhino, a Pygmy Elephant or any other of a 100+ endangered species! Indeed, this is online eco-shopping at its best – gift shopping that not only makes a transformative lifestyle statement about protecting the planet for future generations but encourages others – friends and family – to preserve the habitats of these endangered animals. As for your eco-conscious purchase – you not only have a memorable photo and an adorably fetching plush version of your favorite adopted animal – but the camaraderie of a world renown conservation organization whose many publications, partnerships, and projects are an added feature to its array of gifts, cards, and soft toys.

But don’t stop your eco-shopping there – Check out Oceana’s online “Marine Wildlife Adoption & Gift Center” – – which features a Sea Turtle cookie cutter kit and Penguin cookie cutter kit that includes each of these delightfully cuddly plush animals as well as a scrumptious cookie recipe and a personalized adoption certificate. But don’t rest your fingertips there – Yes, keep shopping! – For there’s “The Nature Conservancy Marketplace” – an online eco-store – – featuring not only a wide array of unique Home and Garden accessories, Apparel, Books and DVD’s but globally diverse “Adopt An Acre Gifts” – See – which showcases an array of lost and near lost landscapes around the world where endangered plants and animals still thrive. Here you have the choice to “Adopt a Coral Reef” in the Bahamas, or in the Dominican Republic, or at Kimbe Bay in Papua New Guinea, or off the Pacific island nation of Palau. And if that isn’t exciting enough, you also have the choice to also “Adopt an Acre” in Australia’s Gondwana Link, Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula, Africa’s Grassland and Savannas, and various places in the USA – in particular the Appalachians, the Northern Rockies, and the U.S. Southern Forests. And don’t forget to browse the NRDC’s online “Green Gifts” store address – – whose extraordinary collection of gift ideas includes a Whale Nursery, a Songbird Sanctuary, an Underwater Park for Otters, a One-day Photo Safari in Yellowstone National Park, an escorted One-day Tour with the “Wolf Whisperer” and “Green Teacher Kits”. With over 1.3 million members strong, the “National Resources Defense Council” offers gifts that not only make the environment richer and safer for all of us but rewards the shopper with a greater sense of entertainment, fashion, and travel options and most importantly a greater taste of self-definition.

Six other online eco-retail stores that capture the shopping imagination include the “Sierra Club Store”, the “National Audubon Society Marketplace”, the “National Wildlife Federation Shop”, the “National Geographic Store”, the “Aid to Artisans Online Store” and the “Global Goods Partners Online Store”. Let us now take a look at some of their best-selling items:

1-Sierra Club Store –

Category: Holiday Cards
– Horses Holiday Card Assortment
– Nature’s Details Holiday Card Assortment
– Crater Lake & Wizard Island Holiday Cards

Category: Books
– “Edible Landscaping” by Rosalind Creasy
– “Nukespeak” by Stephen Hilgartner, Richard C. Bell & Rory O’Connor
– “Desert Song” by Tony Johnston, Illustrated by Ed Young

Category: Eco-Socks – Men’s & Women’s

2-National Audubon Society Marketplace –

Category: Audubon Mobile Field Guide Applications
For the iPhone, iTouch, Android, & iPad
(Covers North American Birds, Insects, Wildflowers, Mammals, Fish, Trees & More)

Category: Audubon Shade Grown Coffee
(100% Organic & Certified by the Rainforest Alliance)

3-National Wildlife Federation Shop –

Category: Backyard Decorations
– Dragonfly Tea Lantern
– Dragonfly Wall Plaque
– Pine Cone Thermometer Clock
– Personalized Fairy Garden Plaque

Category: Birdhouses & Feeders
– Hydrangea Glass Birdbath
– Acorn Suet Feeder
– Finch Tube Feeder with Spiral Perch
– Rustic Wooden Birdhouse

Category: Tree Sponsorship – Holidays
– Sponsor a Holiday Gift Tree
– Sponsor a Holiday Gift Garden
– Sponsor a Holiday Gift Grove
– Sponsor a Holiday Gift Small Forest

4-National Geographic Store –

Category: Books
– “Food Journeys of a Lifetime: 500 Extraordinary Places to Eat Around the Globe” by National Geographic

Category: Historic Collectibles
– Irish Pewter Compass
– Handcarved Polish Chess Set
– Roman Cast-brass Horse

Category: Map Puzzles & Gifts
– Custom Nautical Tile Clock
– Custom Nautical Tile Tables
– Personalized Aerial Map Jigsaw Puzzle

Category: Kids Toys & Games
– National Geographic Talking Planetarium
– T. Rex Remote-Controlled Puzzle
– Wacky Wigglers Mechanical Toy Set
– National Geographic Sustainable Earth Lab
– National Geographic Archaeology Kit: Egyptian Pyramid
– Kids Interactive Intelliglobe

As for the next two online eco-retail stores, they are non-profit organizations whose many gift displays provide the only means of revenue for struggling artisan groups around the world who are trying to keep their eco-communities and handicraft traditions alive. Most of these artisans are women living in Asia, Africa, and underdeveloped parts of Central and South America and the Caribbean who are often unable to reach the global marketplace on their own.

5-Aid to Artisans Online Store –

Category: Sugar Bowls from Mozambique

Category: Green Recycled Glass Vases from Egypt

Category: Indigo Market Bags from Benin

Category: Papier-Mache Patchwork Bull Head from Haiti

6-Global Goods Partners Online Store –

Category: Jewelry
– Colorful Beaded Bracelet in Maasai Tribal Style from Tanzania

Category: Accessories
– Textile and Leather Travel Tags from Peru
– Beaded Lion Keychain & Zebra Keychain from South Africa

Category: Home Décor
– African Beaded Bowl from Tanzania
– Indian Candle Holders Made from Broken Bangles
– Beaded Nesting Boxes from Tanzania

Category: Pet
– Rainbow Dog Sweater from Bolivia

Category: Children & Baby
– Handmade Stuffed Cotton Bunnies from Peru

Category: Bags
– Coin Pouches from Peruvian Textiles

Isn’t it time now to do some eco-shopping of your own and find that creative green gift that encourages cultural and environmental diversity and matches your unique individuality?