The First Girls' Eco-Friendly Bedrooms

Product: Horizon Night Light
Price: $33
Green Point: This Night light is created entirely from fused glass recycled from bottles and containers.
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Product: Map Letters
Price: $3/letter
Green Point: Alphabet letters made from re-used old maps to spell out Sasha and Malia's names.
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Product: Assorted beaded animals, penguins, pictures by Monkeybiz
Price: $25-$135 (depending on size of the piece)
Green Point: Monkeybiz focuses on women's economic empowerment in South Africa. The project has 450 bead artists, many of whom provide for their whole family. All the profits from the sales of artwork are reinvested into community services, including an HIV wellness clinic, weekly soup kitchens, yoga, drama and choir groups, as well as a burial fund for artists and their families.
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Product: Recycled Record Wall Hangings
Green Point: Used records from garage and yard sales can be used to decorate walls. Adding some non-toxic paint and stencils can bring some color and style into the room.

Product: Fairtrade Handmade Blue Glass Tea Light
Price: $20
Green Point: These lights have been handmade and mouth-blown from glass in India.
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Product: Recycled Powerpuff Girls Game Board Journal
Price: $17
Green Point: The journal is made from a recycled game board that's been hand-cut and bound. The paper in the journal is acid free and 30 percent recycled.
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Product: Pretty in Pink rug by Flor
Price: $329.99 for 8x10 ft. Varies in price depending on the size.
Green Point: The carpet tiles in the rug are held together by stickers, rather than formaldehyde-emitting glues. FLOR also recycles used and stained products.
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Functional Products

Product: Bamboo Garment Shelf
Price: $129
Green Point: The shelf is made from real bamboo which is a renewable and sustainable resource.
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Product: Flip Flop Bins 14"L x 23"W x 14"H and 11.5"L x 18.5"W x 11.5"H
Price: $135 (set of 2)
Green Point: These bins are made from leftover flip-flop material and are nearly indestructable.
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Product: Rolled Magazine Storage Crate by VivaTerra
Price: $48
Green Point: In the Rolled Magazine Storage Crate, magazines have been repurposed to create vibrant storage crates.
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Product: Newsprint Bins by the Container Store
Price: $9.99-$19.99 come in three sizes (less pricey option than the above crate/bins)
Green Point: The bins have been woven from hand-rolled, 100 percent repurposed newspapers.
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Product: Dell's Studio Hybrid Computer
Price: $499
Green Point: Dell's Studio Hybrid Computer is Epeat Gold rated, the highest "green" rating that exists for electronics. The power-efficient desktop was made without materials like lead, mercury and dangerous flame retardants. Dell also has a take-back program which for recycling in the U.S.
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Product: The Rice & Feed Laundry Bag by VivaTerra
Price: $33
Green Point: These bags are hand crafted by disabled and disadvantaged villagers in Cambodia and are made from durable fabric used in authentic feed and rice bags.
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