Yes, your empty baby wipes packaging can be repurposed!

When asked to become the new Bum Boosa??Upcycle Program Coordinator, Fashion Designer and new Mom June Monteiro was more than thrilled to take on such an exciting and challenging role.


Formerly an eighth grade Art teacher, June had experimented with creating wearable art projects with her students. Using found objects, the students created textiles that would then turn into garments.

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Smartie Dress??(shown above) with??1,100 wrappers??consumed by June’s students and worn by model Alexandria Serifina.


The??idea of creating textiles through found objects fueled June’s artistic side, even after she left the teaching profession in?? 2010 to create her own clothing company, ENAMOUR. June annually creates a wearable art piece to be worn or exhibited.

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The Boston Dress (shown above) created with magazine covers of Boston Magazine, worn by former editor Alexandra Hall.


The Mary Jane Dress (shown above) was??created with Mary Jane wrappers, exhibited in the ???g??? Green Design Remade Show.


With her experience and keen eye for repurposing all kinds of materials that would otherwise end up in a landfill,??June is looking forward to creating upcycled baby inspired items for Bum Boosa moms. And you never know, perhaps we’ll see an interesting “Bum Boosa” dress in the near future!

Oh and did we mention that June is also a new Mom herself?

  • Please send in your 24 empty plastic baby wipes packaging for 20% off your next order,


  • Send in your??12 empty plastic baby wipes packaging for 15% off your next order.

Send to BUM BOOSA UPCYCLING PROGRAM, P.O. BOX 2652, MASHPEE, MA 02649 USA.?? Please include your preferred e-mail address as this is how we will send your coupon codes. Be sure to add to your safe list to ensure that you receive your coupon codes. Thank you for helping us to divert plastic from landfills.


June graduated from Maryland Institute College of Art with a degree in Fine Arts, she??interned as an assistant stylist for Kate O???Connor at L.A. Fashion Week. It was through this experience that she knew she wanted to pursue a career in design. After featuring her fun and edgy designs in multiple shows in Boston, Baltimore, Washington D.C. and Cape Cod, she co-founded Montucia clothing, acting as Principal Designer for a period of time while attaining her fashion design degree from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design.

At the end of 2010, June created ENAMOUR, a fun and sophisticated line of dresses and tops that are sold online and at select trunk and fashion shows. She lives and creates her collections in Cape Cod MA and has manufacturing in Washington DC.?? Visit June’s blog

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