August 25, 2011

Back to School - Terracycle Review

Help your child be Eco friendly and stylish this school year with Terracycle.

Terracycle takes the wrappers from everyday items - such as candy wrappers, juice pouches, and chip bags - and upcycles them into fun and stylish products.

When I was in Junior High and High School I liked having a separate notebook for each class to keep things neat and organized. What I didn't like was that all of my notebooks looked exactly the same and were easy to mix up. Because of this I always decorated them myself. I would cover them is stickers, draw elaborate designs on them, or even repaper the covers myself.

I would have absolutely loved this Doritos notebook from Terracycle.

With it, I wouldn't have had to "redesign" during class time.

The Doritos notebook was really well made. The cover was really thick and sturdy, and I love that the rings don't come undone easily like many spiral notebooks.

To Buy - TerraCycle Products can be purchased at a variety of major retailers in store as well as online at and other online retailers.  The Doritos Notebook retails for jut $10!  They also have lunch boxes, backpacks, and pencil cases that would be perfect for the school year ahead.

To Join - If you would like to help make Terracycle Products a reality, all you have to do is select your waste and start collecting!

TerraCycle’s free recycling fundraisers are perfect for schools or families nationwide. Whether your kids are in the classroom, the lunchroom, or even their playroom at home, TerraCycle can help them learn about the environment while also earning money for their school.

This is a great option for school fundraisers as every piece of trash collected would earn a school 2 cents! Check out the Terracycle website for more info or find them on facebook or twitter!

To Win - Terracycle is giving away a Doritos Notebook to one of you!  Check out the back to School Giveaway to enter!

Disclosure - We received a product for review purposes from the above company or their pr agency.  Opinions expressed in the post are our own and we were not influenced in any way.