While $35 seems like a lot of green to shell out for, well, a cardboard box, there is no denying the novel charm of Boxsals. Available in three quirky themes, “Urban Picnic”, “Today’s Date” and “Office Escape” at the very least, they are sure to be a conversation starters.
Each Boxsal is made of Sustainable Forest Initiative (SFI) grade recycled paper containing 40% – 60% post-consumer waste content, and they are printed with earth-friendly inks. Boxsal picnic boxes come with an “Eatin’ Tools Set” comprised of the following:
4) Compostable trays 4) Compostable large bowls 4) Compostable small bowls
4) Compostable utensil sets 4) Compostable cold cups 8) Recycled napkins
1) Compostable trash bag
Additional Eatin’ Tools sets are available for $10 bucks a pop. [via Boxsal.com]
Designed to be returned it to Mother Earth via a recycle bin or a compost heap. Each Boxsal is recyclable and compostable. But the sturdy construction and decorative style would be ideal for storing your old mix tapes.