4. Wooden Peg Dolls And Figures
One common misconception about eco-friendly manufacturing is that it must be done on a small scale by a cottage enterprise.
Larger vendors like AllAboutPartyBags, which are often more environmentally friendly, may also have some good options if you don’t have the time to do your research. However, the price of convenience will almost always be plastic packaging.
Party bag fillers can be given an extra creative touch if you find wooden letters, blank paper fans, people figures, and peg dolls that can be customised at home.
5. Seed Bombs
Let the fluttering begin! A seed bomb tin contains 20 seed balls, enough to cover a square meter with butterfly-attracting wildflowers.
To maintain interest over the long term, a dried clay casing and a pinch of chill are used in conjunction with early and late summer flowering types such as red campion, chamomile, forget-me-not, cornflower and yarrow.
In around 4-6 weeks, kids eager for gratification will witness the rewards of their hard work; if you want, you can teach kids how to produce Ladybird Seed Bombs. Check out this easy to follow guide from ‘School Gardening’
6. Cookie Mix
You must admit that a party bag filler that doubles as a tasty gift for kids must be a winner. Personalised cookie mixes in recycled cardboard cartons are a great alternative for children.
The mix is packaged in polypropylene plastic, which is recyclable and meets the standards of the European Environmental Commission (EEC). However, it is now a necessary evil to keep the mix fresh.
For the time being, kids may care that the cookies are tasty and fun to make, but they are securing their future by making these decisions now.