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With four weeks to go until Christmas I thought I’d share a few little ethical Christmas gift ideas. I’m all about supporting independent shops and makers so everything I’ve featured is direct from a UK independent shop or maker. As always, I’m mindful of budgets so everything is £45 or under, with items starting from just £6.75.
In this first post I thought I’d put together some a selection of ethical homeware gift ideas. I had a lot of fun putting this together (I love homewares!) so I hope you enjoy or find it useful!
Ethical Christmas Gift Ideas
Clockwise from top left:
1) I have a Bygone Press Print in my living room, but I’m very taken with their fern print (£15.99) – I like its old school charms!
2) This LED battery powered lighted house (£25) from Southampton based Etsy seller Erinnies, would look beautiful on a shelf or mantlepiece.
3) This British made 100% recycled wool throw is just £16 from The Future Kept. I’ve got one on my list for sure!
4) I’m completely in love with this house plant pot (£16.50), again from Etsy seller Erinnies.
5) This Let It Snow embroidered hoop (£12) would make such a cute gift!
1) I’ve had one of these Custard Cream Cushion (£32) by Nicki McWilliams on my wishlist for years! One day!
2) This Coffee and Tea Calendar (£16.50) from Willow & Stone would be perfect for any tea or coffee connoisseurs.
3) A Bee Hotel (£19.95) is always a great idea for anyone who’s a lover of our little fuzzy friends.
4) Some stork scissors (£6.75), which are pretty and practical for any keen sewers!
5) And finally, this beautiful yellow enamel Mini Moderns Kettle (£45). All I can say is a big YES PLEASE!!
I’ll be posting a couple of ethical gift guides in the coming week, but you can find more ethical Christmas gift ideas in previous years posts, where items may still be available.
I’ve also got some Christmas non-gift ideas in my archives, as well as 10 homemade Christmas gift ideas that might come in useful! Other things that might be great to make (even if you’re not DIY inclined!) are these easy beeswax candles (I promise anyone could make them) and this homemade reed diffuser DIY (again, I promise, anyone could make these!).