Hi everyone! I have a bit of news: Little Green Dot is moving. I’ve loved Tumblr, especially the social aspect of it and being able to connect with so many of you! But, with the new direction that we’re taking, it was time to move into a new platform.
You can now find us here: (www.ourlittlegreendot.com)
But, fellow Tumblr’s, do keep this page on your list - I’ll be using it as a place to keep inspiration photos, ideas, and quick tips and tricks for helping us all to live that greener, more natural lifestyle we all seek!
It’s been such a great ride and I’m so excited for the new phase of Little Green Dot - we have workshops, lot of DIY’s coming and even our own shop in the works! So, if you’d like to - please sign up at our new website to keep up to date on all of the fun :)
Thanks Tumblr! But, this is not good-bye! :)
see you at the new site!!
p.s. - if you are in Singapore - head over to the new page right now! We have an incredible give-away being announced on Monday, March 25th!!
Have you heard of Etsy? It’s a market place for handmade goods from all around the world…a way to find handcrafted, original work.
Whether it’s handmade, fairtrade or made with eco-friendly materials - it’s all good and definitely something to get behind!
For me, I love a great clutch bag! Let’s check out what some of our creative artists and designers are making right here in Singapore:
1. Vintage clutch, with tribal embroidery from Hilltribes of South East Asia $57
2. Leather clutch, made to order $164
3. Vintage fabric clutch bag $44
4. Hand cut felt clutch bag $53
support handmade! :)
I don’t know about you, but I like to hear both sides of an argument. If you have about half an hour - these TED talks offer just that! We are presented with two very opposing views on the future, and after watching them, I wonder: where do you stand?
Peter Diamandis: Abundance is our future
Paul Gilding: The Earth is full
I was so excited on the day, that I forgot to take lots of pictures! I did manage to snap a photo of some of the all-natural cleaning products that our students made! They look great!!
It was so fun to share all of the tips that we’ve picked up along the way and to see people interested in learning to make their own things! No longer do we need to settle for products that harm our health and planet! We can make it ourselves!
We’re planning the next workshop again soon, so if you are in Singapore and interested in attending - drop us a message on our very new GreenLivingToday facebook page! Or just check in, we’ll be posting updates on future workshops there.
And if you happened to of been at the workshop - please share your photos with us on our facebook page too!!
Hope to see you at the next one! :)
The new digital magazine Sweet Paul is up! This guy has a direct line to my crafting heart! It’s full of recipes, DIY’s - I love it!
Check it out here!