Voting closes at 12 midnight tonight, EST, so check out the entries below and vote for your favorites!
But the judges did have some questions.
1. Would you be more likely to use the grocery list if the bag were easily attachable to your refrigerator?
2. Are there enough blank spaces for you to fill in your personal shopping list?
If you enjoy the idea of a Double Wall Tea Cup, vote for it through Sunday, August 29 at 11:59 PM.
regreet by Christy Eichers. regreet offers you a way to reuse old greeting cards without the stigma of seeming cheap. Judges thought of this entry as a great social concept. These greeting cards make "regifting" cool and give senders a way to reuse last year's greeting cards. The designer even included a way for you to track your regreet-ed card's journey using Google maps.
Judges were curious to know what the environmental impact is of using additional paper to regreet an old card. And judges also wondered if after seeing the idea of regreet, you wouldn't just use your own scrap paper to reuse your stack of birthday and holiday cards. But everyone acknowledged it was a great way to inspire us all to be more sustainable during the holiday season.
If you love the regreet gift card set, vote for it now through August 29 at 11:59 PM.
Winners will be announced on Monday!
Judges for the competition were Becky Stern, editor at CRAFT and Make: Online, Debera Johnson, Academic Director of Sustainability at the Pratt Institute, Graham Hill, founder of Treehugger.com, and Allan Chochinov, Editor-in-Chief at Core77.