Ordinary items create unique gift boxes for Wengie

Wengie has a number of examples on how to create a unique looking gift wrapped package including using a scrap piece of cloth, empty oatmeal box, straws, and knitting yarn. The scrap piece of cloth can be used to make a good looking ribbon. Simply take the ribbon and tie the corners from end to end. Repeat again only tying the other corners. Continue the process until the ribbon has no loose ends. The bow created will fill the top of the package. Add a plastic flower by simply sliding it inside of the bow to finish off the gift box.

 

Wengie puts an empty oatmeal box to use by cutting off the top of it and then gathering together some wrapping paper. Take the wrapping paper and line inside of the box with it. Use a hole punch on both ends of the newly created gift box so that one can add a ribbon through each of the holes. The ribbon will create a handle to carry the gift item. Wengie adds that using previously discarded boxes is great for the environment.

 

Gift wrapping can take the look of a 3-D effect using straws and yarn. Cut straws into smaller pieces and pull them through some strong. Take the straws and create an original looking designer box. Glue it into place when one is satisfied with their creation. Try using yarn on a box by wrapping it around and around on a box. Once the yarn is in the position one wishes, simple use glue to secure it to the gift box.

 

 

Waiakea Grows 4000 Percent

The competition in the water bottled industry is fierce. There is no doubt about that. Ryan Emmons, apart from being one of the youngest entrepreneurs in this popular field, was only 22 when he Waiakea springs. His first year, he barely sold 1500 cases of water. Last year, however, he sold over 2700 cases with ease.

Crunchbase reported that by 2015, WaiakeaWater had a growth of at least 4000 percent, which is incredible. In order too to celebrate what Waiakea spring has achieved, the beverage company will launch new manufacturing facilities in Hawaii.

Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water has a value of more than $10 million. Also, according to Forbes, the beverage company has a yearly growth of more than 170 percent. And thanks to such capital gains, Emmons will be able to continue with his philanthropic donations.

According to Forbes, since WaiakeaWater was founded, Emmons has donated over 500 million liters of drinkable water to poor African communities.

One of the policies of Waiakea Water is to donate about 600 liters of water for every liter that it sells through Pump Aid. For several years, Waiakea has been working with Pump Aid in order to help Sub-Saharan African communities.

What has made Emmons so successful? For starters, Emmons founded his beverage company on a triple bottom line platform, something very unique in today’s business world. This explains why Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water was one of the first companies in the bottled water industry to be recognized by The CarbonNeutral Company. Waiakea also only utilizes RPET for its bottles.

Thus, the environmentally friendly practices on behalf of Waikea attracted many loyalists. Waiakea water is also better than regular tap water because of its alkaline levels.

Not only that, but this water is said to come from the Mauna Loa. The water passes through thousands of feet of volcanic rock, which explains its mineral content.

Due to high demands, Waiakea Water will start doing business in two new continents. Currently, about 30 American states carry this company’s products.

Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water is also partnered with a co-packaging facility from Long Beach, California. The prices on Waiakea’s products are also not high. One can expect to pay about $3 for a full litter.

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