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Felt Food by Bees Felt Market

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Made from recycled plastic bottles, these felt food objects will have you foaming at the mouth $10.00

They say that one shouldn't go grocery shopping while hungry. The same might be said about visiting Heidi Marie's Etsy shop, Bee's Felt Market, which is full of felt food objects that are so realistic-looking, you might be tempted to take a bite. Using felt made from recycled PET plastic, Heidi's creations mimic all our favorite snack foods, from pizza and tacos to chips and doughnuts. Don't see......read more

Graf and Lantz Felt Wine Quiver

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Stylish carrier keeps your wine cozy wherever you go. $126.00

From their Los Angeles design studio, Holger Graf and Daniel Lantz create useful daily products from luxurious, sustainable materials. Perfect for a summer picnic in the park, the Graf and Lantz Felt Wine Quiver allows you to bring your booze in style. Made of elegant merino wool with vegetable-tanned leather details, the Quiver has adjustable side belts to snugly fit any kind of bottle. Going......read more

Muuto Restore Storage Basket

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Stylish storage unit made from recycled plastic bottles. $120.00

Here's a handy one. Young Finnish designer Mika Tolvanen created this multifunctional basket to store anything from magazines and newspapers to toys and firewood. On the green tip, the super-useful design is made of soft-but-durable felt that itself is made from recycled plastic bottles. The Muuto Restore Basket measures 13.7 x 18.75 x 9" and is available in light grey, blue, purple,......read more

Felt Pod Planters by Flip & Tumble

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Colorful, fuzzy planters in 100% recycled felt $14.00

Showcase your favorite plant specimen in one of these cheap and cheerful house planters from Flip & Tumble. Made of 100% recycled felt, the pod-shaped vessels keep plants safe and snug while adding a pop of color to any room. Flip & Tumble is the brainchild of San Francisco-based designers Hetal Jariwala and Eva Bauer, who bring a playful approach to sustainable design.......read more

Chop Chop Cutting Board

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Made from locally reclaimed hardwood. $250.00

Chop chop! It's time you got yourself something nice to cut food on, and Dylan Gold's designer cutting boards are just the answer. As the man himself says, "cooking and eating well are artistic pursuits that demand artistic tools." Available in locally reclaimed hardwoods like maple and walnut, as well as bamboo....read more

Reclaimed Slate Cheeseboard

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With this chalkboard serving platter, you'll never mix up the Brie and Camembert again. $48.00

If this was what elementary school was really like, we would've tried harder. This smart cheeseboard is made of reclaimed chalkboards from Franklin Elementary School in Quincy, Illinois. The board is divided into four sections and includes a piece of chalk so your guests know what cheese is what. Recycled wine cork feet mean the slate board won't slip and scratch the table....read more

Urban Moonshine Organic Bitters

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Quit yer bellyachin' with a dash of flavor. $34.99

We all overindulge once in a while, so we can all relate the not-so-pleasant feeling of an overstuffed stomach. Urban Moonshine has the issue sorted. The Burlington, Vermont-based company's line of Organic Bitters, made using "only organically grown or ethically wildcrafted herbs," are just we've been waiting for. Add a few drops to some sparkling water for a delicious digestif, or use them to......read more

Union Wood Co. Serving Tray

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Serve it up -- on a block of recovered fir. $80.00

Vancouver's Union Wood Company finds inspiration -- and materials -- in the docks, foundries, mills, and factories of the city's past. This handcrafted Serving Tray, made from fir rafters reclaimed from an old stable near the Union Wood studio, has a rich and weathered patina only age can provide. Distressed steel handles and rubber feet are complemented by knots, nail holes, and cracks that add......read more

Go Take a Hike Trail Mix

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Put some organic pep in your step with this raw trail mix from International Harvest. $8.99

Whether you're hiking on the trail, out for a long walk, or just in need of an afternoon pick-me-up at work, International Harvest has you covered. With a vegetarian blend of organic fruits and nuts, Go Take a Hike trail mix puts the raw, handcrafted spin on a classic snack. Ingredients: Hunza Goji berries, Hunza mulberries, Hunza golden raisins, cacao nibs, cashews, and pistachios....read more

Rosewood Cheese Knife

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Richly hued wooden knife will make short work of any soft cheese $18.00

With a tastefully curated selection of goods for the home, Vancouver's Old Faithful Shop has emerged as one of our favorite retailers. We can always get behind good craftsmanship, especially when sustainability is involved. This Rosewood Cheese Knife is a case in point. Handmade from richly-hued, sustainably harvested rosewood, the knife's simple design masks an uncanny ability to cut......read more

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