Sometime you find a product that is super cute and you are totally happy with it. Other times, you find out a product is made by a cool company and you are even more excited about it. That’s pretty much how I feel about A Lot To Say. This company takes plastic water bottles and turns them into message apparel and accessories, like tee shirts and sheets. They didn’t stop there and chose a no water dye process to make their products. Having worked in corporate retail for over 10 years, I’m aware of how much water it takes to dye fabric and also how damaging the dye can be when it enters the water ecosystem outside of a factory.
Could these sheets be any cuter for a girl’s bedroom? My favorite thing is that these sheets are cute now for a 3 year old, but also appropriate for an older child. Longevity is always a good thing in my book. The sheets are super soft, which was a happy surprise considering they are made from recycled plastic bottles. Check it out on the Today Show!
Please recycle your plastic bottles so A Lot To Say can make more of these fun products. Check out their boutique at Fred Segal if you are in the Santa Monica area. Everything is made in the US (no travel, no fumes) and is under $100. It’s nice to find something green without spending a lot of green. Earth Day may be April 22nd, but there is no reason why we shouldn’t be more considerate of our choices throughout the year.
Want your own set of kids sheets? I have the same set for a Girls Twin Bed to giveaway! Use them in your house or give them as a gift. This is an $80 value! Just leave a comment on this post to be entered and a way to contact you. For extra entries, you can follow Random Recycling on Facebook, Twitter or Pinterest, or follow A Lot To Say on Facebook or Twitter. Please leave a separate comment for each entry. That is 6 possible entries to win.
Contest is open until midnight, April 28th. US residents only please. Winner will be notified via email.
Happy Earth Day!!
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Disclosure: I received a sample of A Lot To Say sheets to review. This is no way influenced my opinion and the thoughts shared here are my own.
About Emily Roach
Green Boston mom of three young children. Focused on family nutrition, wholesome recipes, and an eco-friendly lifestyle.