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Sustainable Easter with beeGoodies

Sustainable Easter with beeGoodies

Nature offers everything you need for a colourful Easter nest. Simply take a deep plate and line it with moss. From your own garden or collected on a walk. Instead of a plate, you can of course also make a nest out of beeGoodies.

The eggs can be dyed in fantastic natural shades with the following ingredients.

  • Red: beetroot or red onions
  • Yellow: turmeric and chamomile flowers
  • Green: spinach or nettles
  • Brown: Black tea, coffee or onion skins
  • Blue and purple: blueberries, lilac berries or red cabbage leaves

Most natural dyes are also available in powder form from the chemist if you don’t have them in the house.

If you are working with natural ingredients, boil them for 15 minutes in as much water as you need to cover the eggs you want to dye.

Rule of thumb: 3 cups of shells/greens or flowers to 1 litre of water, then skim off the flowers etc. and add the boiled eggs to the broth.

The longer the eggs remain in the water, the more intense the colour will be, so check the colour in between by lifting the eggs out of the water with a spoon. But shades of colour are also beautiful.

Additional effects

  1. with acid: dip a Q-tip in vinegar or lemon and dab patterns on the dyed egg, the colour is virtually removed again at these points.
  2. rub with bacon fat or oil: If you want your eggs to shine beautifully, put a little oil on a kitchen towel and rub the eggs with it.

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Welt der Wunder shoots with beeGoodies

Finally the time has come! Our film has been cut and is now online. So far you can watch it on the YouTube channel of Welt der Wunder:

In the nearer future the film will also be shown on the TV channel Welt der Wunder.

We say THANK YOU to:

  • Nicole Martin from bed and breakfast am Dom in Schleswig. We were allowed to shoot the outdoor scenes in her wonderfully landscaped garden in the bright sunshine. If you want to enjoy the great atmosphere and a wonderful breakfast buffet, have a look here:
  • The great team of the Schleswiger Werkstätten (namely: Enrico Kleist and Marc Müller), who were totally flexible to our filming wishes at the Schleiwerk despite Corona restrictions. Enrico’s team – just called Willi by everyone – coats and packs the beeswax cloths for us.
  • Sue Knapp from Welt der Wunder TV, who did a great job directing and was open to all ideas
  • Christoph, our cameraman, who was on duty for us on his birthday.


Sustainable Christmas Gifts

Sustainable Christmas Gifts

Once again, the Christmas season starts unexpectedly early and before you know it, it will be Christmas again.

If you are now confronted with the topic of gifts, as every year, and you need to start thinking about it, we have prepared some tips for you.

If the thought of a sustainable gift is all you think about, then we want to tell you that the external values of a gift are also important. We are talking about the packaging, which produces over 8000 tons of waste every year.

Tip 1: Wrap your gift in newspaper or used paper of any kind, this tip is well known, but many people don’t dare to wrap their gift in this way because it might end up being a bit stupid.

Tip 2: Use reusable cloth or packaging

Tip 3: Buy grass paper wrapping paper, that saves a lot of CO2!

Tip 4: Why do you still pack gift baskets in transparent plastic foil? Simply do not use any!

But above all it depends on the inner values of a gift!

Electronic items, clothes, decorations or short-lived toys are not exactly the most sustainable gifts, and pets are also an absolute taboo gift! – Why? Because things such as electronics or decoration are quickly out of use or break and clothes may not fit.

As inspiration we have the ecogift for you, a gift box that is sustainable and fair all around. With every box you give away, at least one tree is planted and several sustainable start-ups are supported.

Support the project by giving away an ecogift on:

We are of course also in the box! And you can also use the glassine packaging bag as a lantern.

beeGoodies - Nachhaltige Weihnachtsgeschenke

We wish you a Happy Advent season.

cover picture: copyright: ecogift

Welt der Wunder TV portrays beeGoodies

Welt der Wunder TV portrays beeGoodies

On the 25th of August 2020 the time had come, finally our long planned Welt der Wunder TV shoot could take place.

The shooting took place in the garden and in the wonderful house of Bed & Breakfast am Dom in Schleswig as well as in the Schleswig workshops for disablled people, with whom we work closely in the production of our products.

Welt der Wunder TV has its own television channel!

Welt der Wunder is a science television magazine whose episodes have been broadcast on Welt der Wunder TV (formerly N24) since March 2015. With the launch of the television channel of the same name, the programme was broadcast on RTL II last time in January 2014.

Represented on YouTube with 432,000 subscribers
but the IG account with 2,584 subscribers is also worthy of note.

Welt der Wunder TV portraitiert beeGoodies

TV broadcast of beeGoodies shoot planned for winter 2020/2021

We are curious to see what our great filming team with production manager Sue Knapp and cameraman Christoph has in camera.

We still have to be patient, the broadcast date will be the end of the year at the earliest.

Keep your fingers crossed that the film will be as beautiful as the brilliant weather on the day of shooting.

Welt der Wunder TV portraitiert beeGoodies