Good on them. Though I’m secretly gutted as love glitter!!! But even I’ve ditched the Happy Holidays From The Lesbian Family Member Everybody Talks About Christmas shirt sparkly cards and wrap since last year, we used brown paper instead. W H Smith, I noticed also selling recyclable wrap and bows/ribbons, etc. People saying that “it’s not Christmas without glitter”, really need to stop a second and think about what they are telling the world about themselves. I wish that Morrison’s and Sainsbury’s in Newquay would stop selling plastic foam bodyboards every year too. The annual mountains of abandoned boards on beaches are horrific. Bah humbug. In days gone by, we brought out the same Christmas decorations every year and carefully saved wrapping paper for reuse. Even got a second-hand bike which I was delighted with.
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I remember my Mum beautifully icing the Happy Holidays From The Lesbian Family Member Everybody Talks About Christmas shirt cake one year, but we demanded to know where the wee robin was and the plaster of Paris igloo. These decorations were dutifully added and Christmas tradition was restored. Glitter, straws, and stirrers. A drop in the ocean compared to all the disposable masks lying around everywhere. Many of them have layers of polyester so will not degrade for decades. Love this! Glitter is near impossible to clean from our oceans and is consumed by so much wildlife.
Nowadays, there are some great alternatives to plastic glitter if you really want it, you just need to google it. Working in the early years, glitter has been a staple resource but slowly it’s being eradicated for more eco-friendly materials. Not a government ban. Ban going out late. Ban seeing family ban being at funerals. No ban on environmentally damaging microplastics. Every card I received last year had glitter on it which is not supposed to be recyclable. I couldn’t understand why it was being so universally used when recycling was such a big issue too. I hope charities follow suit.