Competition with Bee Eco Wraps

bee eco wraps on Geoffrey & Grace

The new blog design is now completely finished. To celebrate, I wanted to hold a competition to say thank you to all of you who stop by for some wholehearted and slow living inspiration. I love to share little snippets of our days with you, things that I am thinking, and how we are managing to live more simply and slowly. I am very thankful that you make the time to read, it really means a lot to me, and I hope this blog always inspires you to find a moment of calm and creativity in your day.

This is doubly exciting because I also get to share with you one of my favourite products. These Bee Eco wraps are handmade on the sunshine coast in Australia, and are a fantastic sustainable food storage. I have had mine for almost a year now, and I absolutely love them. The smaller wraps are great to cover pots to store food in the fridge, and the larger wraps are perfect for sandwiches when we go on picnics. Anything you would use tinfoil, clingfilm or a plastic pot for, you can use these wraps instead, but brilliantly there is no waste.

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winter water factory

winter water factory collaboration with Geoffrey & Grace

So happy to be introducing you to Winter Water Factory today. They are a Brooklyn-based company who design and produce screen printed textiles and organic children’s clothing. Designer Stefanie Lynen clearly has an eye for fun graphic prints, and draws her inspiration from vintage wallpaper and children’s books. Winter Water Factory only work with 100% certified organic cotton, and their range is designed, screen printed, and made in the USA.

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