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  1. ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY

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    Latex balloons are Earth-friendly! Rubber trees grow in rain forests. Latex harvesting discourages deforestation because latex-producing trees are left intact. A tree can produce latex for up to 40 years!
  2. BALLOONS

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    Take a look into my gallery of twisted balloons.
    Here you can find my favorite pictures from marriages, party and events where I have been making amazing things with balloons, a little of creativity and good vibes.
  3. ENJOY THE PARTY

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    - Workshops and Teambuilding
    - Custom Installations
    - Family Parties
    - Shows
    When I see a balloon, I find that anything and everything is possible.
  4. CONTACT US

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    Hello everybody, it's a pleasure for me keep in contact with my clients in order to answer all your questions and make your booking faster than ever.

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5 Easy Swaps for an Eco-Friendly Home

Switch out your everyday items for these green-friendly products and homemade cleaners—and save some cash too. Beyond grocery tote bags, thrift store shopping, and biking to work, there are a plethora of new products and inventive ideas to green your lifestyle and reduce the amount of toxins that you’re exposed to on a daily basis. From soap-producing berries to stylish plastic-wrap alternatives, here are some of the best eco-friendly replacements for common household products . 1. Bamboo reusable towels Bamboo isn’t just for pandas anymore. This renewable resource is now being made into paper towels that easily replace traditional paper towels. One Bambooee roll is equivalent to 60 paper towel rolls. Plus, you can toss them in the washing machine and reuse them again. 2. Compostable dog-waste bags As a responsible dog guardian, you always pick up after your pup, but if you’re tossing Fido’s poop into a plastic bag, it may sit in a landfill for up to 100 years. Switch over to BioBags dog waste bags, which are made with cornstarch and compostable-friendly components, and even your canine can lend a helpful paw for the environment. 3. DIY paper towels Did you know that 3,000 pounds of paper towel waste is produced every day? If you’re crafty and own a sewing machine, you never have to buy paper towels again. The gal behind the DIY blog craftygemini.blogspot.com shows you how to take a terry cloth towel and some fabric and turn it into a roll of reusable, machine-washable paper towels. 4. Glass jars Mason jars are popping up everywhere on design blogs as the new way to store just about everything from spices to salads. But instead of buying jars, you can easily reuse the glass jars already in your kitchen. A simple trick to remove those pesky sticky labels is to soak the glass jar in hot water and then rub the label off with peanut butter. 5. Homemade cleaning supplies With just five basic ingredients—lemon, cinnamon, water, baking soda, and vinegar—you can create toxic-free, animal-ingredient-free drain cleaner, air freshener, and all-purpose cleaner. This charmingly simple infographic details the basic recipes and explains why baking soda is the best invention ever. Small changes can have big impacts, so don’t feel that you have tackle every eco-friendly suggestion listed here all at once. Reducing your use of paper towels and plastic bags, or even bringing your lunch in a reusable container, is a great start. Plus, your plant-based diet is already an ecological step in the right direction!


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