Sol Cups are Australia’s most health-conscious and beautifully designed re-usable cups. They are made from hand blown glass, chemical free and are an infinitely reusable solution for an on-the-go coffee companion.

Sol Cup is for ending waste and embracing taste! A sustainable and ecofriendly cup you can count on.

We are giving away FIVE Sol Cups prize packs including the 12oz Sol Cup and Sol Straw Kit. Each pack is valued at $44.49

Find out more about Sol Cups:

Website: solcups.com

Instagram: www.instagram.com/solcups

Facebook:  www.facebook.com/SolCups

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Please note this competition is open from 6 April 2019 until 6 May 2019 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. A. Orlick - SA
  2. C. Jamnik - ACT
  3. S. Venkat - NSW
  4. R. Lewis - VIC
  5. B. Edwards - WA

  • We are slowly changing our household to remove single use plastic items we buy reusable bags containers and the most important thing of all REUSABLE COFFEE CUP!’



  • I take some stainless steel straws and my reusable cup with my everywhere in my reusable carry bag.



  • When I order a takeaway pizza, I always ask that they don’t include that little plastic “table” in the middle that stops the top of the box from touching the pizza because its unnecessary and cannot be reused for anything else.



  • one big change i am making in my household is using plastic reusable containers instead of glad wrap for meals and also using metal straws instead of plastic ones



  • My daughter and I recently upcycled some old pillow cases into fold away shopping bags. We are going to put them in the loot bags for her birthday party instead of plastic junk!



  • Taking my own cloth shopping bags to the supermarket. Being responsible in recycling every day and reusing items I can before ultimately disposing of. Not wasting water and other precious resources.



  • I reuse glass jars for homemade jam!



  • We love preparing our “naked food” lunches together. We use no plastic wrap or packaging. My girls are conscious of their footprint on the world.



  • I am now using reusable bags for our fruit and vegetables at the supermarket; no more plastic bags for our groceries! We also use reusable bags for all our shopping and no more straws – only stainless steel ones in this house!



  • i have cup of soups for work every day and instead of using plastic containers, i try to keep the same cup going.



  • I have changed all of my pantry storage to recycled glass jars (slowly as the plastic versions broke down) and take my own cup to cafe’s. The kids lunchboxes are packet free and when they break will be replaced with tin.



  • For years I have always carried a fold up reusable bag in my handbag for those times when I just don’t need another plastic bag. It now comes in handy when I forget my other reusable shop bags in my car.



  • I have been reusing and recycling for ever. Food scraps are composted or fed to the animals and I made my own vegie bags for shopping.



  • We are now using reusable bags,straws,tin cups ,biodegradable laundry and dishwasher liquids and tablets. I try with what I can afford.



  • We have used modern cloth nappies on both of our girl’s and recently we have changed from using disposable wipes to reusable ones and we also take reusable straws with us when out and about.


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