So, excited to announce that we just released new, beautiful linen bags. Linen is made from the flax plant... and our phone cases are made with flax - so how cool is that!?
We're using this neat plant in a number of different ways.
Linen is a practically zero waste material and is compostable at the end of it's life. So, yes, you can compost your phone case, and your new zippered pouch.
The only thing you can't compost on these bags is the zipper... but they zipper is metal and totally recyclable.
When we made this bag, we thought it'd be a great way to store your extra tech devices. A pouch to store your charge chord, ear buds, air buds, dongles, etc.
But, really they can be used for a whole bunch more stuff! Here's four of my favorite ways that I'm using these new bags.
I travel quite a bit for work. I do a lot of on camera work so it's nice to have a lipstick and powder to take away the shine. Keeping these few small cosmetics together is a total lifesaver!
2. Pens and pencils:
I'm not in school anymore, but I still like to keep my writing utensils in one handy location. I don't like doing a digital calendar because every time I open my phone, I wind up in a digital vortex.
If you struggle with this too, consider digitally detoxing your weekend!
This is the perfect bag to hold highlighters, pens, pencils, pencil sharpeners, etc altogether so when you need to take your calendar to a meeting you can grab all of things you need.
These bags make a great portable jewelry box, and will be a perfect thing to take with you as you're headed home for the holidays.
Speaking of traveling, I always like to throw a small empty zippered bag in my suitcase for catching dirty undies and socks!
Without having a catch-all for my dirty clothes, I wind up getting confused with which undies and socks are clean vs. which ones are dirty. So, now I don't have to worry about which is which!