Rejavanate totes are made from recycled burlap from coffee bean bags. They’re helping to recycle some of the 800,000 tons of burlap that would just go to waste. The totes are assembled by The ARC, a non-profit organization which helps 140,000 developmentally disabled adults find jobs.
These are unique, sturdy bags that will help you help the environment. I was impressed that they mailed me the totes in a box they had recycled!
I am giving away THREE of these cool Rejavanate totes.
So here’s the deal: Please fill out the form below. (If you can’t see the form, you’ll need to click here.) I promise that your e-mail will only be used to notify winners.
Please share something you’ve re-purposed in the form. Maybe you’ve taken a baby bottle drying rack and now use it dry your tot’s mittens. Maybe you’ve turned cereal boxes into magazine holders. Please share! I will randomly select three winners for the totes, but I will be sharing my favorite ideas for re-purposing items that you send in a future post. (If you have something you’d like to share from your blog, please include the link).
Rules: Contest is only open to those who live in the United States. Please enter only once per household. You must use the form to enter the contest. Entries made in the comments will NOT be accepted. Contest ends Friday, Oct. 31 at 8 p.m. CST. I’ll contact the winners by e-mail and announce them in a future post.
Be sure to come back to the blog to see what great ideas people have for giving old stuff new life!
And don’t forget: There are lots More giveaways at the Bloggy Giveaways Quarterly Carnival! There are dozens of fabulous prizes there not just this week… but every day!