Our local Twin Cities magazine media company — Make MN — recently did an interview with Rachel Wallner the owner of Scrappy Products. The article can be found at https://makemnmagazine.com/digital-features/rachel-wallner Rachel tells the story of how Scrappy got its start making eco-friendly bags, the pitfalls and challenges of small business, and the goals of the company. […]
There has been a recent innovation in reducing plastic pollution through the use of microbe engineering. Plastic pollution has been building up in our waterways, landfills, and oceans in the form of PET (polyethylene terephthalate). Now, scientists at the US Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) have discovered an enzyme that eats this […]
Our tote bag products are closer than you think When you need a great gift sooner than later, and cannot wait for shipping, find a local store near you and get your Scrappy Products today. Some of the famous local stores that carry our products are i like you, b. resale, The Purple Tree, Gumball, […]
Scrumptious holiday meals and treats are things we take for granted in the United States. And during this Christmas celebration I found 2 food items that not only gave me a sense of appreciation but also hesitation. 🙂 In the photo on the left you will find a likeness to the infamous Mr. Bill — […]
There’s a company called TerraCycle that helps recycle nearly anything. Our Scrappy passion is the upcycling of plastic bottles into our fabric products but I was amazed at the diversity of recycling options available at http://www.terracycle.com/en-US/zero_waste_boxes. We all have a lot to gain and landfills to lose by enrolling in their programs Would I like […]
Scrappy Products will be at the b.Resale Trunk Show from Noon to 4pm on Saturday December 3rd, 2016. We’ll have a wide variety of bag designs and styles. If you have a coupon feel free to redeem it at our website or on-site at the sale. Location: 2613 Nicollet Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55408
In a twist of irony our neighbor had a wild turkey in her yard on Thanksgiving morning. It found its way in but could not get out. We set it free. Check out the video of our “Turkey Pardon”.