Cuppa Coffee Cup Large (12oz) Ocean Dreamers – Designed by NZ Artist Erika Pearce
Why use CUPPACOFFEECUP?
It is estimated that 100-200 million disposable cups are used each year in New Zealand. That number is even higher in Australia – with approximately 800 million disposable cups being used each year.
Many disposable cups cannot be recycled because they are lined with plastic. Even compostable disposable cups cannot be composted without the correct facilities. It is often the case that disposable cups end up in landfill.
Reusable cups that are used time and time again promote sustainability. CUPPACOFFEECUP is made from food-grade polypropylene – a plastic that can be easily recycled at the end of its life and made into new consumer goods. While, of course, there is some environmental impact in producing a CUPPACOFFEECUP, reusing your CUPPACOFFEECUP for a year or two will definitely help the planet!
At the end of its life, both the cup and lid can be recycled.
This super cute white handmade mug is hand painted with a cat face.
Size: d9 x h9 cm
We also stock this in black. Hand crafted by skilled artisans working with Craft Link, Trade Aid's fair trade partner in Vietnam. These artisans are located in Bat Trang village and source their excellent quality clay from North Vietnam.
Trade Aid Red and Blue Felt Angel Decoration
This red and blue felt angel hanging decoration has a cute wool ponytail and sequin embellished tunic.
Size: l10 cm
Handmade by artisans in Nepal working with The Association of Craft producers.
Trade Aid Floating Sushi Candles
This fun set of three novelty sushi candles will float in water, put these candles in a bowl with water and they will float on the top.
Handmade by artisans in the village of Chiangmai working with Y Development, one of Trade Aid's fair trade partners in Thailand.
Trade Aid Mini Abaca Angel
This natural Christmas angel hanging has been crafted from abaca by artisans working with CCAP in the Philippines.
Size: 7.5 cm
Trade Aid Painted Ceramic Hanging Nativity 5836
This delightful ceramic hanging nativity scene with Mary, Joseph, Jesus and two cows is made in Peru by artisans working with Manos Amigas.