Wax seal time lapses are always fun, this one I’m using the recycled drips and messed up seals melted and remade into a glue stick using a boba straw to make a tin foil mold. Plastic boba straws work as one use molds too.
It’s not everyday you get excited about toilet roll!
Our free sample of loo roll arrived a few weeks ago from @whogivesacrap. We absolutely love everything about this company as finding plastic free rolls is difficult in Switzerland. The first issue, though, is that we had to get it delivered from the UK to a French address (or we’d have paid double to have it sent to Geneva) so the transportation involved isn’t ideal.
Then there’s the quality of the actual rolls. We have been buying premium recycled loo roll from oecoplan at our local supermarket which come wrapped in a plastic film but are amazing quality. First up was the WGAC recycled roll, which we all found to be robust but not very comfortable on the posterior. Then came the super soft bamboo roll, which on first inspection turned out to be a crowd pleaser but has a tendency to tear very easily. Added to this came complications when attending to the needs of our 4 year old daughter... not wanting to go into details but not ideal for the job.
Unfortunately, the search for an alternative continues unless the premium bamboo rolls can be made more durable.
Existen muchas opciones donde buscar ropa de segunda mano en un súper estado , ventas de garaje ( los bloggers hacen varias ) tiendas vintage etc , esta es una forma responsable de consumir y dar un giro a nuestro closet 📸 @fabiquimu #menstyle#recycled#fashionblogger