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Simply Green Giving: Create Beautiful and Organic Wrappings, Tags, and Gifts from Everyday Materials
     

Simply Green Giving: Create Beautiful and Organic Wrappings, Tags, and Gifts from Everyday Materials

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by Danny Seo
 

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Danny Seo's brand Simply Green is a way of living that embraces certain rules–Be Authentic, Be Resourceful, Be Simple, Be Unexpected, Be Truthful, and Be an Individual. In Simply Green: Giving Danny takes these goals and creates projects that are both thoughtful and sustainable while still being stylish and beautiful.

The book has 50 quick and simple

Overview

Danny Seo's brand Simply Green is a way of living that embraces certain rules–Be Authentic, Be Resourceful, Be Simple, Be Unexpected, Be Truthful, and Be an Individual. In Simply Green: Giving Danny takes these goals and creates projects that are both thoughtful and sustainable while still being stylish and beautiful.

The book has 50 quick and simple projects to create beautiful gift wrapping, tags, and handmade treasures from everyday materials.

Projects include:

  • Recycling oversized gift calendar pages turned into gift wrapping

  • Old silk flowers reborn as stunning flowering bows

  • Luxury store bags turned into personalized gift bags

  • Jazzing up boring gift store cards

  • Making organic soy treasure candles

  • Product Details

    ISBN-13:
    9780062043726
    Publisher:
    HarperCollins Publishers
    Publication date:
    09/14/2010
    Sold by:
    HARPERCOLLINS
    Format:
    NOOK Book
    Pages:
    160
    Sales rank:
    633,935
    File size:
    26 MB
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    This product may take a few minutes to download.

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    Simply Green Giving
    Create Beautiful and Organic Wrappings, Tags, and Gifts from Everyday Materials

    Chapter One

    Cards and Tags

    You may find this surprising, but even though e-mail invitations and online greeting cards are an ecological, tree-free choice, I am not a fan. I've always found something too convenient and impersonal about receiving something like a birthday greeting via e-mail. Something about the phrase, "Click here to view your greeting," turns me off.

    I know there are many of you who agree with me that there is nothing more touching and personal than receiving a handwritten card, invitation, or even a gift tag from a loved one. Whenever I receive a beautiful note or card, I save them. Instead of photo albums to remind me of special events, handwritten notes do the trick for me.

    Perhaps in a fast-paced, disposable world, making a gift tag by hand or handwriting a note on a card is one way to remind everyone to slow down.

    This chapter is full of ideas to create unusual and ecological gift tags that you can use on all types of gifts, for all types of celebrations. If you've got a stash of cards tucked away in a drawer someplace, bring them out. I have a number of ideas how to display them, recycle them, and even transform them into something spectacularly decorative.


    Simply Green Giving
    Create Beautiful and Organic Wrappings, Tags, and Gifts from Everyday Materials
    . Copyright © by Danny Seo. Reprinted by permission of HarperCollins Publishers, Inc. All rights reserved. Available now wherever books are sold.

    Meet the Author

    Danny Seo is America's leading environmental lifestyle expert and host and creator of Simply Green with Danny Seo, a new show on LIME TV with a companion weekly show on Sirius Satellite Radio. The author of four books, he is also the columnist and the Environmental Lifestyle editor with Country Home magazine.

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    Simply Green Giving: Create Beautiful and Organic Wrappings, Tags, and Gifts from Everyday Materials 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
    Anonymous 4 months ago
    Nothing is more disappointing than requesting a sample and receiving 10 pages of text. What's the point? Can't the sample be 10 pages showing the projects or whatever there is. There would encourage me to purchase it and maybe other's. I like Danny Seo and he has several magazines and a cookbook I'd like to purchase if I had a clue what was in them. I'd like to request that all the samples show content instead of text.