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Friday, December 20, 2013

Eden's Paper

Wrapping paper embedded with vegetable seeds that you can plant after unwrapping!

Sounds pretty cool...

Video from their Kickstarter (now over):

Developed by UK-based creative agency BEAF, the paper comes in five different designs, each reflecting the kind of seeds embedded within them. Available in tomato, onion, carrot, broccoli and chili variants, the paper is made from 100 percent recycled materials and biodegradable tissue, which contains the seeds. The design is printed with organic vegetable ink and no glue is used. Rather than sending it to landfill after the Christmas festivities are over, users can bury the discarded wrapping in their gardens or plant pots in order to grow the vegetables. Currently funding on Kickstarter, backers can get their hands on the products from GBP 5 for one 45cm x 70cm sheet, or can mix and match ten sheets for GBP 38. The video below offers more information about the project (via Springwise)

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