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Lazybones Organic Cotton Garland - Ecology

Lazybones Organic Cotton Garland - Ecology

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  • Made in Australia

Lazybones Organic Cotton Botanic Garland - Ecology. Digitally printed organic cotton bunting featuring beautiful Australian flora and fauna. Part of the Lazybones' Natural World bedding and homewares range. This garland is great to decorate any space for a special event or to add some colour to your everyday living space. 1m of flags hangs on a total of 3m of woven cotton ribbon.

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the brand story:

Lazybones is a small Australian business situated in the hills of the Byron Bay shire, offering high-quality and fair trade organic bedding for your home. Their dog-friendly head office also composts (supporting their local worm population since 2008), has solar hot water plus rain collection tanks and a strict recycling procedure. Their partner factories include a GOTS certified factory in India, a Sedex certified factory also in India and a factory in Bali that they have built a 15 year relationship with. All of their business relationships are driven by a social and ecological responsibility. Lazybones also selects charities and organisations that they feel strongly about and donate to them regularly, including Climate Council, local Australian schools, the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, and The School of St Jude in Tanzania.

you are making a difference:

  • Ethically sourced through fair trade practices.
  • GOTS certified organic cotton.
  • Designed in Australia by a small local business.
  • Toxin-free.
  • Vegan friendly.

features:

  • Handmade.
  • Digitally printed on organic cotton sateen.
  • One metre of flags depicting various native flora.
  • Three metres total of ribbon for hanging.
  • Images are are prints of original paintings.
    1. Eastern Rosella (Platycerous eximius) This watercolour is unsigned. Found in the First Fleet Collection of journals, correspondence and drawings, ca 1786-1802, held in the Mitchell and Dixson Libraries.
    2. Red-flowering Gum, Eucalyptus Ficifolia Curtis's Botanical Magazine - Also known as The Botanical Magazine; or Flower-Garden Displayed, is an illustrated publication which began in 1787. The longest running botanical magazine. M.S. del J.N. Fitch lithograph The image is marked “M.S. del", indicating that it was delineated by Matilda Smith.
    3. Red headed honey eater & Sanguineous honey eater Henrik Gronvold (1858-1940) Published by Witherby & Co.
    4. Lepidoptera 1805 E Donovan and F. & C. Rivington 1804.
    5. Green Honey Eater Henrik Gronvold (1858-1940)
    6. Hatchet-leaved daviesa, Daviesa physodes. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn and lithographed by Walter Hood Fitch for Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," London, Reeve Brothers, 1846. Fitch was a tireless Scottish artist who drew over 2,700 lithographs for the "Botanical Magazine" starting from 1834.
  • Makes a great gift and is beautiful event decoration.
  • Lovely art for a child's bedroom or family living space.

dimensions:

Total length 3 m/9.8 ft.
Images length: 100cm/3.3 ft.

end of life:

When an item has reached the end of it’s life and can no longer be used, mended, swapped, gifted, donated or upcycled, we recommend consulting your local council to find your nearest textile recycling scheme. Biodegradable materials.

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Brand story
Lazybones is a small Australian business situated in the hills of the Byron Bay shire, offering high-quality and fair trade organic bedding for your home. Their dog-friendly head office also composts (supporting their local worm population since 2008), has solar hot water plus rain collection tanks and a strict recycling procedure. Their partner factories include a GOTS certified factory in India, a Sedex certified factory also in India and a factory in Bali that they have built a 15 year relationship with. All of their business relationships are driven by a social and ecological responsibility. Lazybones also selects charities and organisations that they feel strongly about and donate to them regularly, including Climate Council, local Australian schools, the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, and The School of St Jude in Tanzania.
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    Gorgeous decoration with stunning artwork!

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