I'm combining two prompts from #marchmeetthemaker in this photo: "Close up" and "reducing waste." One thing I do to reduce waste is reuse boxes for shipping and deliveries, but that doesn't make for a great photo I am proud to use eco glitter which is made from eucalyptus fiber which breaks down in water (which is where so many micro- and nano-plastic particles including plastic glitter end up, from there they go into animals which eat them). It's definitely much more expensive, but a little goes a long way and it's beautiful and easy to work with. I use @culturehustle and @ecosparkles_bioglitter.

I'm combining two prompts from #marchmeetthemaker in this photo: "Close up" and "reducing waste." One thing I do to reduce waste is reuse boxes for shipping and deliveries, but that doesn't make for a great photo  I am proud to use eco glitter which is made from eucalyptus fiber which breaks down in water (which is where so many micro- and nano-plastic particles including plastic glitter end up, from there they go into animals which eat them). It's definitely much more expensive, but a little goes a long way and it's beautiful and easy to work with. I use @culturehustle and @ecosparkles_bioglitter.