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Posted on May 25, 2018 at 9:48 AM by Elise Penington
At The Unpapered Home, Danielle Smith creates reusable towel
rolls, snack bags, sandwich wraps, cosmetic rounds and produce bags designed to
reduce the amount of waste generated by single-use items.
Owner: Danielle Smith
Business Phone Number: 303.840.1769
Business Website: www.theunpaperedhome.com
Years in Business in Parker: 2
Description of your business: The Unpapered Home seeks to
give people reusable alternatives to common disposable products. From unpaper
towel rolls to PUL lined snack bags, I hope to make these reusable products fun
and engaging. Snack bags and sandwich wraps make a great replacement for
plastic baggies. Unpaper towel rolls keep your paper towel bill low to
non-existent and things like reusable produce bags and cosmetic rounds are a
small and manageable way to reduce waste.
What is your most popular product/service? Snack bags are,
by far, the most popular.
What do you enjoy about being part of the Parker community?
I like helping people (particularly parents) find small and affordable ways to
reduce the amount of waste they generate from day to day. I love doing craft
fairs at local schools where parents bring their children. To see the kids get
excited over a print of their favorite character or game or hobby makes all the
work totally worth it. I hope that by starting young with reusable products,
they grow to prefer them over single-use items.
Made in Parker
promotes the diverse Parker business community by recognizing local businesses
and products made by our residents. To learn more about the unique experiences
and offerings available within the Town of Parker and learn how to get your
business involved, visit www.ParkerOnline.org/ChooseParker.