lambswool mittens

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I’m continuing on from Monday’s ethical Christmas gift ideas post, with another ethical Christmas gift guide.  Monday’s post was homewares orientated, this post has quite a feminine focus, with ethical gift ideas for her from UK independent shops and makers.  Again, I’m keeping things budget-friendly – everything in this guide is no more than £45, with ideas starting from just £7.50.

If you’ve stumbled on this post via a search engine, do check out my 2021 eco-friendly gift guide, for up-to-date ethical recommendations!

An Ethical Christmas Gift Guide for Her

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Clockwise from top left:

1)  Organic Prosecco (£11.50) from Planet Organic. Because who doesn’t love Prosecco, especially on Christmas Day!  And I’m hoping organic means less of a headache the next day?!  I sadly won’t be able to indulge in any over the festive period but I’ll be saving a bottle for the New Year for sure!

2)  I love this cheery Amarillo wash bag (£20.93) from Nancy Straughan.

3)  This recycled sari makeup bag (£18) from People Tree is made with leftover fabric and yarn. It’s also ethically made in Bangladesh.

4)  This Bee Canvas Shopper (£7.99) from Oakroom Shop would be super handy to keep in your bag, and looks lovely too.

5)  This iPad case (£20) (also available for the Kindle), from Truro-based Etsy seller Cherry Plum Tree, is great for tech lovers.

ethical christmas gift guide for her

1)  This sycamore seed necklace (£20.92) from Victoria’s Aviary would make a gorgeous touch to any wardrobe.

2)  How cosy do these handknitted fox mittens (£32.39), made from 100% British lambswool, look?

3)  These fairtrade star earrings (£9.95) from Decorator’s Notebook are beautiful.  It would go perfectly with this necklace that’s on my wishlist too!

4)  This feather bookmark (£7.50) is a great gift for book lovers and can be personalised on the back for that extra special touch.

5)  And finally, I’m a little bit in love with the handmade bags from The Linen Garden.  This blue one (£42) is a favourite.  Be warned though that the bags are made in small runs and sell out quickly!

Find my two other ethical Christmas gift guides here and here.

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