Sustainable handicraft from STIGA for Easter

Sustainable handicraft from STIGA for Easter: The STIGA team really were taking notes when they were children watching Blue Peter in years gone by!  They have been getting creative for Easter and all they needed were battery pruners, a STIGA box and some painted eggs!

The STIGA sustainable Easter egg tree

After blossom trees were spotted in the STIGA HQ car park in Devon (it’s all glamour you know!), twigs were cut to the required length using the SC 100e Cordless pruning shears.  The cardboard from a STIGA chainsaw box was used for making some decorated eggs which were painted by the super clever STIGA Marketing Coordinator Sam and her daughter.  Old plastic Easter Eggs and ribbons were upcycled to hang on the tree too…so nothing was wasted.

Sustainable handicraft from STIGA for Easter

Sustainable handicraft from STIGA for Easter

SC 100e Cordless Pruning Shears

The new STIGA battery-powered pruner is the ideal companion for a variety of pruning needs, for example, hedges, flowerbeds, and bushes. This is thanks to the STIGA ePower 20V 2 Ah battery, which can also be shared among a series of lightweight and easy-to-use tools.

The ergonomic design of the new STIGA SC 100e makes this battery pruner both functional and comfortable to use allowing you to work efficiently and quickly. They can make up to 2000 cuts on a single charge and with an option to select from three-blade opening settings, this allows the cutting and trimming of branches up to 3.0 cm in diameter. Its high-quality carbon steel blades are extremely sharp and capable of making a clean and precise cut.

They are a snip (get it?) too at only £149.

These battery-pruning shears are available for purchase from

For the latest industry news visit

Get all of the big headlines, pictures, opinions and videos on stories that matter to you.

Follow us on Twitter and Instagram for fun, fresh and engaging content.

You can also find us on Facebook for more of your must-see news, features, videos and pictures from Landscaping Matters