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Impact: 8-10 less plastic bags!
Are you an avid reader or writer?
Oh yes, Style your nerdy gear with reCharkha's UPCYCLED HANDWOVEN Diary Cover. Whether it’s your office notepad, travel diary, school/ college notebooks or just as
a pro-cover to your favourite Novel!
It comes in a standard A5 size and fits a 200-300 pages book easily. So, it protects your book’s edges as it goes everywhere with you, and when you read in public, no-one would know what you’re reading, right ;). It comes in many fancy as well as formal colors, and it is totally REUSABLE!
Upcycled Handwoven Diary/Book Cover comes with a Handmade Paper Diary. It has 200 handmade paper leafs.
Dimensions: 10” x 7” ( fits an A5 size 200-300 pages diary/book)
Product Details: reCharkha's UPCYCLED-HANDWOVEN fabric made from waste plastic on the outside, Sleeves on both sides to slide the book/ diary inside. Two small open pockets to store business cards, bookmarks, other small notes and pens/ pencils.
Caution: This product has been crafted by hand and may have slight irregularities or imperfections in color. These irregularities are the result of human involvement in the process and add to the finished product's charm while ensuring you have a one-of-a-kind piece. There might be a slight variation in the shade of the actual product and the image shown on the screen, due to the screen resolution and photography effects.
Woman Entrepreneur: Amita Deshpande
Story: reCharkha EcoSocial is an endeavor born out of an urge to change the face of our priceless natural surroundings, society, culture and heritage for the better.
reCharkha EcoSocial is a Social Enterprise, founded on the belief that, development can only be sustainable if it is bottom-up! This means, sustainable development is possible only when it begins at the grassroots and involves an empathetic understanding of the other biotic and abiotic communities.
Our three core areas of work are geared to achieve this very model!
1) Conserving our Environment and Heritage,
2) Enabling Rural Livelihoods and
3) Creating Conscious Consumers
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