July 03, 2009

What's on your picnic table?


Biodegradable partyware available at Branch Home

No more guilt throwing away paper plates & plastic forks. 
Hooray!

9 comments:

M.Kate said...

Cool!! Not sure if we have those here though. Happy weekend C....

A Cuban In London said...

In faact, we never throw them away :-)! We wash them up and use them again for the next birthday party/picni/whatever. Many thanks.

Greetings from London.

Cynthia said...

Wow, Charmaine, ACILondon, has a good idea- a save upon save. I sometimes do the same but I haven't seen these plates. <3

Sweet Repose said...

A margarita glass...me and Scratchy just built a fire pit, so tomorrow we break it in, as we watch the fireworks from our back yard...and send cheers to the new land of HOPE!!!

Golden West said...

The office supply store, Staples, has great notebooks/journals made of recycled sugar cane residue, as well.

willow said...

Yay! What an excellent idea.

Debra said...

Thank you for your 'smile' today! I will email you right after the holiday weekend. Hope you have lots of fun planned!

T.Allen-Mercado said...

Pretty cool! We bought a bunch of vintage 70s plates; they kinda match...not a set but, all have a hint of olive green or mustard *laughs*. We pull them out for backyard shenanigans-they're great conversation starters too, and I can use all the help in that arena.

Catherine said...

Nice dishes! I use my vintage melmac, all the Watertown Ware I can find. Easy to store, easy clean up and unbreakable. Recycle, reuse. Thanks for posting about those dishes.