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From fashion and beauty to home decor, there are a wealth of Earth-friendly alternatives out there.



A home-grown project inspired by nature, cultivating arts and culture with a force for change on a global scale. Shelljon is a Jersey based, online eco-clothing store with an artistic approach to sustainable fashion. Soft, humbling bamboo fibres and fresh organic cotton materials all ethically sourced from their partnering farm in Bali. Along with an expansive range of t-shirt designs and organic wear, they also supply an eco-friendly face mask alternative.

Rocque Paper Scissors

How do you like your paper? Handmade, recycled, plantable? Turning recycled paper into pulp, Kat Read of Rocque Paper Scissors, presses and dries every sheet of paper she makes in her Grouville Studio.

Kat started making paper this past summer. Unable to leave the house in the first lockdown, various cardboard boxes started to pile up from deliveries. Realising the island’s recycling is shipped back to the UK to be recycled, she set out to make something beautiful while adding to the circular economy in Jersey. This spring she has created a series of plantable stationary - letter sets embedded with seeds, that can be planted in the garden.

When she is not pressing paper, Kat loves to create custom paper cut prints such as houses based on a photo of your own home. These paper cut prints are made with high quality sustainably sourced paper.


Emily Claire Jewellery

Inspired by the jewellery designers Emily met while travelling through Asia and South America, Emily Claire Jewellery blossomed. With a focus on sustainability and an environmentally conscious ethos, every timeless piece is hand crafted in Emily’s home studio with love and respect to the materials and environment.

Each piece is uniquely created from recycled silver which is an eco-friendly alternative to standard Sterling Silver, produced from 100% recycled scrap from the giftware, jewellery, medical and electronic industries and complemented with ethically sourced gemstones.

Commissions or customisable variations of Emily work are also welcomed.

Follow Emily Claire Jewellery on Instagram and view her website at

Gaia & Moon

Gaia&Moon is a locally run company making hand-crafted soaps and eco alternatives to home and body care. Using sustainably sourced ingredients and hand infusing raw oils with dried botanicals. The goal is to provide quality products which are gentle on the skin whilst not compensating our natural world. Striving to be a zero waste business, all packaging is either compostable, growable, recyclable or re-useable.

Follow Gaia&Moon:

Facebook: Gaiamoonherbaltreats

Instagram: GaiaandMoonBotanicalSoapery


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