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Plastic Free July – Let’s Be Part of the Solution!

by Kloe Forster

Plastic Free July is a global movement that helps millions of people be part of the solution to plastic pollution – so we can have cleaner streets, oceans, and beautiful communities. Will you be part of Plastic Free July by choosing to refuse single-use plastics?

If you want to learn more about the Plastic Free July Challenge take a look here.

There are so many things you can do to help this month! We’ve put together some of our favourite plastic free finds for your little one – which might just help save the planet…

Plastic Free Toys 

image credit: CCwoodworkDesigns/etsy*

Get the personalised wooden sandbox HERE*

image credit: The Honey Pot Laser/etsy

Get the Personalised Wooden Flower Garden and Watering Can HERE*

image credit: The Honey Pot Laser/etsy*

Get the Personalised Dinosaur Puzzle HERE*

image: Dan Toys*

Get the Sugar Cane See Saw HERE*

image credit: Dantoy*

Get the Sugar Cane Digger HERE*


Plastic Free Cutlery/Plates 

images: Hoolaroo/etsy

Get the bamboo Tractor Plate HERE*

Get the bamboo Tractor Spoons HERE*

Get the Pink Zebra Bamboo Dinner Set HERE*

image credit: WillowoodUK/etsy

Get the Dinosaur Bamboo Cutlery Set HERE*


Plastic Free Toothbrushes 

Bamboo Toothbrushes are much more eco-friendly than plastic ones. This pack of 6 is ideal for the whole family.

Get it HERE*


Plastic Free Nappies

Not only do disposable nappies contain plastic, but they very wrapping they come in does too! We love these eco-friendly cloth nappies as an alternative.

images: Mumssewcrazy/etsy

We love the quirky fabrics used on these eco-friendly cloth nappies!

Get them HERE*

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Are you participating in plastic free July this year? Let us know how you’re getting on in the comments – we would love to hear any tips you might have!

See more eco-friendly inspo here:

How To Get Plastic-Free Amazon Deliveries

Eco-Friendly Parenting: Wooden Toys vs. Plastic Toys

Goodbye Plastic! Hello Plant-Based Mega Bloks!

Parents Warned To Avoid Plastic Toys Due To Worrying Toxin Levels

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