Member’s Eco Goody Bag Scheme

goody bag

The first ever EcoCreate members goody bags went out this week! It is part of the ongoing changes we are making at EcoCreate to create more interaction and networking opportunities between makers. This is how it works …

The aim is that each new member will receive a goody bag from us, not only when they first sign up but also when they annually renew. When we first started putting these together we thought it would be a wonderful way for members to introduce themselves and their creations to each other. Several members have added items to our first bag and many more have expressed an interest in getting involved going forward.

So what was in the bag?

First up we have the EcoCreate hand dyed ‘tea bag’, a cotton shopper dyed with tea and printed with a teacup design using string printing blocks.

tea dyed bag

In the bag members received some hand dyed fleece from Wool ‘n’ Wonder’s very own sheep Dougal…

eco goodie bag

100% wool felt samples from Wool Felt From Handmade Haven …

wool felt

A hand knitted heart from Trashtasticknits

An art card ‘Among The Bluebells’ taken from an original magazine and junkmail collage Kirstie Adamson Artist ….

eco goody bag

A skein of hand dyed organic merino from The Captain & Lovely …

We also popped in some sunflower seeds …

eco goody bag

A recycling poster …

eco goody bag


& some stickers, because who doesn’t love stickers?!

eco goody bag



Would you like to add any items to future bags? If you’d like to take this opportunity to promote your work/products then we are looking for small items that won’t be too heavy/large to post – we are putting these together in batches of 25 but if you want to send less than that we will just even out the items between other bags.

Email for more information.

About Kirstie Adamson

Kirstie Adamson is a magazine & junkmail collage artist. Co-Founder of EcoCreate art & craft network and a passionate revamp crafter!

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