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‘Tis the season for wrapping and unwrapping… and unfortunately, waste. Did you know that most wrapping paper can’t be recycled? This is because most often it is dyed, laminated or contains non-paper additives, like gold and silver colored shapes, glitter or plastics, which can’t be recycled. Recycling rules vary from place to place, so it’s always worth double checking with your local authority what they will take. I started creating cloth wrapping in 2014 after I learned just how much Christmas paper went into the landfill each year! Mind-blowing! But it just doesn’t start and end with Christmas, each gift-giving celebration brings, even…

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