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Great post...and photography Lisa.

You are the most creative person I know! Great post!

This is a good post. I am serious about using my fruit and vegetable peelings in my compost tumbler. The tumbler makes it easy to make my very own compost to enrich the soil in my vegetable garden. Just a little step to do my part to give back to Mother Earth. Best wishes, Nana Banana

What a great post. I love when people use their blogs to do good! Spreading the word like this is so important!
Stacy

Hi Lisa, yet another wonderful post. Thank you so much for visiting my very new U.K blog and leaving a comment.
This is my reply to you.

Thank you so much for visiting my very new blog and so glad you liked it, you cant believe how excited I am when I get a new visitor, especially as I have visited your blog after reading about it in Blogging for Bliss, I am truly honoured.
I will put a link to your blog on mine as I know so many of my friends will enjoy reading it. If my blog becomes as good as yours I will be extremely happy.

You have made my day. Thank You so much x

Thank you for posting this. It’s exactly what I was looking for!

I love this post! Great ideas as always! I've been using my own bags at the supermarket for years - I think it's a simple and valuable way to conserve.

Lisa, will you share who the fabric manufacturer is or where you got it? You always have such great ideas! Thanks.

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