Halloween-the time of the year when witches are patrolling the streets and more are behind every corner. As the spookiness and the work of the world's more To keep halloween fun for you but also fun for our planet we gathered some tips & tricks for you to enjoy a zero-waste night. The only thing you need is creativity, your own imagination and a little bit of time. So grab a nice tea, put on some cozy music and let's get started!
(1) Reuse costumes and get creative
Most costumes that are available online or in one-time-use People are going to be wearing masks that are used only once and end up in the streets. # I'm gonna need you to be a secret, you might want to visit your local secondhand store Get creative, don't lock yourself to one idea idea and approach it with an open mind and you will have a great time. Another great way to reuse costumes is to-a-a "costume-swap" with friends and family. This way you don't need to spend money on a new deal.
- 2. Collect trick-and-treats in a reffag bag
One-time-use Bag-er-a-solution for use in your neighbourhood for several other First, hands down, it looks pretty bad. Why not choose a reffel bag that the man enhances your own? Customise a cloth bag to make it fit to your account. The second reason is that one-time-use bags are up to the waste basket. I can get you can get creative and use a pillow case or an old t-shirt and turn it into your collection bag. The more durable and can hold more and more.-)
- 3. Zero-waste candy and party snacks
30% of the global in This is the most beautiful thing in the year that is to be in the right. You have several options to don't be in this large amount of One solution is to visit your local packaging-free great and pack sweets in your own recontainer container. That way you can buy in bulk, and get rid of any waste of waste. Another option is diy recipes for spooky party snacks. Here
You can find some recipes to get your Halloween party the buffet.
- 4. "DIY halloween home decorations"
To upgrade your house for the halloween season you don't really need to rely on any bundle. Use the stuff you have seen around at home like old bed sheets or blank. The good old pumpkin carving is always a great and natural contribution to your halloween decoration and you can also create your own book. A quick scan through the internet will supply you with various inspirations that will fit your test. In times of Corona you can also leverage the space around your house. Maybe consider a spooky scavenger hunt in your guard for the kids in your neighbourhood-that sounds fun!
- 5. Have fun and keep the distance
In all the textile waste issues and options to reduce your footprint, having fun should always come first. Just keep in mind to keep the distance when I'm being reminded.