Packaging material with added value Part 1

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Posted by Tanja Cerro am

From the beginning, we wanted to do something different. Us with our Slime Shop stand out in order to include our private interests. Of course, it is always more expensive and more complicated when you decide to go into an environmentally friendly business. But for the environment, you and us, we were able to create something that everyone benefits from. Not only do we do something good for the environment, with our environmentally friendly alternatives to plastic containers and bubble wrap, we even create a little added value for you. 

Let's start with the filling material

Our filling material are motley packaging chips from Biobiene. They are made of plant starch, are compostable and can also be used by your kids for handicrafts. Tinkering instead of throwing away applies here. For this you need the chips moisten a little, this works best with a slightly wet sponge. Then you press the chips together briefly. Through the included Strength they connect with each other and any figures can be made out of it craft. I remember my kids running through Toys'r'us and carrying out these flips in buckets. It was a trend toy at the time. What can I say, it's a great product. It encourages creativity, it's colorful, it's not harmful to your health and can be dissolved in the sink or thrown in the compost if you like. My almost 10 year old son still loves crafting with it. Sometimes he sits cross-legged on the floor in our warehouse and creates so many new works of art. By the way, these are lined up in the window of our packing corner :) 

Our slime jars are worth buying twice as much

Not only do they pack our Slime creations safely, eco-friendly and chic, no! You can continue to use them afterwards. How about new containers for spices? sewing supplies? Cosmetic items such as cotton pads, hair ties, bobby pins or dental tabs? Or for the new table decoration? Small flowers, candles or stones, nicely arranged, are always a sweet eye-catcher. Or at a cozy sit-in with the girls? You can also use the jars for nuts, pretzel sticks, dip and snacks. Wash off... reuse. In the summer for berries at a picnic or as a glass for your overnight oats? You could also make a snow globe out of it for grandma for the next Christmas party (instructions: https://www.selbst.de/schneekugel-selber-machen-55096.html ) As you can see, there are endless possibilities. 

Hasn't that convinced you yet? Next time I'll tell you about the rest of our packaging. You personally have no added value here, but your environment does.

All the best and see you soon, Tanja


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