Friday, October 12, 2012

Upcycled iPad case by TerraCycle Giveaway! US -10/26



Homeschooling Mom 4 Two is so excited to be participating in the promotion of this fantastic giveaway!!! Recycling and reusing is such an important lesson to teach our kids and I love what this company is doing! Here is your chance to win an upcycled iPad case from TerraCycle!


Review and Giveaway by Kara of Kara's Deals and Steals



TerraCycle is a company known for recycling and upcycling non-recyclable items and was founded in 2001. Their products can be found anywhere from Walmart to Uncommon Goods, a web site where you can purchase upcycled items made from old repurposed mail bags and tents. TerraCycle works with 30 major brands in the U.S. (and worldwide) to collect used packaging and products that would otherwise be thrown into a landfill. The waste is collected through TerraCycle's Brigade Programs, which are free fundraisers that pay for every piece of waste collected and returned. This company is so innovative and cool I could describe it all day. Find out more about TerraCycle here. 



They sent Kara from Kara's Deals and Steals a few upcycled items to check out and each one of them impressed. Read the full review by Kara's Deals and Steals here




TerraCycle is sponsoring a great giveaway for one reader to win an upcycled iPad case ($55 value). The iPad case is made from a mail sack and is sturdy and machine washable. The giveaway is open to U.S. residents and will run from 10/12 - 10/26. Please enter on the Rafflecopter below. 
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Disclosure: Kara's Deals and Steals received free items from TerraCycle in exchange for a review. All opinions are 100% my own. I was not compensated monetarily to write this review or host the giveaway. This blog complies with FTC guidelines. Homeschooling Mom 4 Two is not responsible for prize shipment or delivery.

8 comments:

  1. That is awesome that they recycle things that usually are not recycled

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  2. I love that they recycle things that my area won't

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  3. I love everything about them, but my truly favorite part is the actual items that they make. They all look so unique.

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  4. I like that they are recycling and using the items to invent & make other things, nice.

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  5. I love their "solve and benefit" program. They have a team of scientists and designers that help out how to recycle all the waste we collect into cool new products! Awesome!

    Fiona N

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  6. i learned they have donated over 3 million dollars to charities

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