Today, this CNN article came across my computer and truly breaks my heart. Can you imagine that waste washing up in Newport Beach or Miami? I often wonder what catastrophe will need to happen before we are all motivated to change the way we live? Have you ever payed attention to how much waste your […]
I am so grateful to meet you here and have the opportunity to share my product and story with you. It is even more rewarding that you are taking the time to read this and learning a bit more about me and why I am here.
To start, I am a mom of two amazing kids who challenge me daily and inspire me to make this world a better place. They, both directly, and indirectly, were the inspiration behind Wisely Wrapped.
It happened one Christmas morning when they were rather young, I remember sitting on the stairs over-looking our living room. I was literally taken aback by the truckload of trash our Christmas morning had created. We were just one, four person home on this planet, and we had created enough waste to require the garbage truck to visit more than once.
This was the inspiration for Wisely Wrapped, a way to reduce the over 5 million tons of wrapping paper waste per year.
It is with great pleasure that I get to share my bags with you, and help change the way gifts are wrapped to make our World more sustainable. Our reusable gift bags are durable, adorable and designed by award winning Fine Artist Rene Porter. These bags are made out of recycled materials, the majority of it being recycled plastic bottles. Let’s ditch the paper bag, and wisely wrap our gifts!!
Best to You,
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In 2008, after a Christmas gift unwrapping frenzy by my children and family, I looked down at all the beautiful wrapping paper, ribbons, bows, empty boxes and decorations now considered trash.
I sat on the stairs that overlooked our living room and pondered the huge heap and thought… where does all this go?