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Save 10% on hand blown glass straws: Environmentally friendly.

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There is a new trend hitting the scenes. With BPA in plastics and causing scares these days, everyone is looking to be cautious of all the products that contain the BPA and other harm causing products and chemicals. They're looking to be more earth friendly.

One of the best things that could ever be thought of is the idea of "Glass Straws". There is a company that is now turning "Mason Jars" into drinking glasses by turning the lids into lids that you can use with straws. But they are not stopping there. The lids are then used for the straws, but the lids are also made to turn into a curve to keep from scratching your straws or slicing your fingers open. They are better made than the ones at Wal-Mart. Those are with sharp edges and can cut you.

The Glass Straw Company is family owned and is working hard to making the environment a lot more friendly and even making the products by hand! They are glass blown and created very delicately to be used as environmentally friendly as possible.

The Mason jars are in different colors as well. From blue, green and clear for you to choose from, the straws can be mixed and matched with these. The straws come in many different colors. They are even creating some of the straws to hold some of the cutest created critters that are holding onto the straws. These critters are lady bugs, tree frogs, turtles and other frogs to sea creatures and bumble bees. You can not miss the little gecko lizard! They are very cute and very unique compared to most of the straws that you see these days.

The glass is very smooth and they take their time to make and create these. You can place custom orders too.

To save on your order, get 10% off with entering "THANKS10" at checkout!

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