At AshleyRose Clothing, we've made a mindful decision to use 100% recyclable packaging, but we don't want you to just put it in your green bin! To give you some easy and fun ways to reuse our Kraft paper, logo tag and even rosemary here's a list of ideas for you to get creative this holiday season!
1. Reuse the Kraft paper and Logo Tag to wrap your gifts.
Let your kiddos go to work designing their own gift wrapping. Give them colored pencils, crayons, or paint to decorate the Kraft paper to wrap one-of-a-kind presents this year. You can also flip over our logo tag to use the back for 'to' and 'from' tags so they'll know who did all the pretty decorating!
2. Make a Simple Body Scrub with the Rosemary
There's nothing more refreshing and exfoliating than a coconut oil sugar scrub, especially in the drier months of winter. Try this Rosemary and Lavender Sugar Scrub recipe when looking for a way to reuse our rosemary sprig.
- 1 cup raw cane sugar
- 1 cup sea salt
- 1/2 cup coconut oil
- 2 tbsp dried lavender
- 2 tbsp chopped rosemary
- 1 tsp sweet almond oil
- 10 drops lavender essential oil
3. Use the Kraft paper for an Art Station
For all of the art projects this year, the Kraft paper is a great way to save you some time when cleaning up those creative messes. Lay it down on the table to catch those drips of paint or "whoopsies" that we know can happen from time to time.
4. Turn your Kraft paper and Box into a Robot!
Make a robot out of the Kraft paper, or build your dolls a house with the box. Make a fun hat or perhaps a sailboat. The ideas are endless! Get cutting with some scissors and let their imagination run wild.
5. Use the Logo Tag as a Bookmark
Never lose your place! Tuck our logo tag into your favorite book to save the spot where you left off.
We hope these 5 ideas give you some inspiration! If you weren't already looking forward to your order arriving, you and your kiddos will definitely be waiting at your doorstep for it to arrive now! Can't wait to see what you come up with. Tag us in your creative repurposed projects @ashleyroseclothing on Instagram and Facebook so we can see what you've been up to!
Images by Sarah Mckay Photography, natural light family photographer, located in Wahiawa, Hawaii.