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Ethical Christmas Gift Guide For Her – 2014

best ethical christmas gifts
best ethical christmas gifts

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I’ve got another ethical Christmas gift guide for you today, full of ethical Christmas gift ideas for her.  Apologies that it’s still only November but I’ve heard some people like to plan ahead!  ;)  As always I’ve kept things budget-friendly – nothing in this guide that costs more than £35.

Ethical Christmas Gift Ideas

ethical christmas gift guide

1.  Swan Scarf (£30) by Bonbi Forest – handprinted in Cornwall by the talented Lee May Foster.

2.  Wool Brooch* (£5) by Hello Pushkin via Etsy UK – handmade in the UK, and the perfect gift for any knitters.

3.  Red Tinted Lip Balm (£12) by Fat & The Moon via The Future Kept – made with all-natural ingredients.

4.  Organic Make Up Set* (£25) by Green People – this set of organic make-up by one of my favourite skincare brands is worth over £42.

5.  Amelie Mancini Pouch (£35) via The Future Kept – pretty and practical.

christmas gift ideas for her

6.  Wild Hare Clutch Purse (£16) by Mimosa Street.  This pretty purse is handmade in the UK and would make for a perfect ethical Christmas gift. 

7.  Custard Cream Seed Paper (£7.95) from What You Sow – perfect for biscuit lovers!  Simply plant these custard creams and enjoy some lovely wildflowers in your garden!

8.  Wooden Owl Chalkboard * (£28) by Anna Wiscombe via Etsy UK.  How sweet are these chalkboards handmade in the UK by Anna Wiscombe?

9.  Blue Jay Brooch* (£20) by Kirsten Stride via Etsy UK.  This gorgeous brooch is again, handmade in the UK.

10. Cat Hat* (£25) by People Tree* – perfect for cat lovers, or anyone who needs an incredibly cute hat to keep them cosy this winter!  Take 10% off with discount code “FIBRES10“.

Part three, for him, coming on Thursday!  Did you catch part one of the Ethical Christmas Gift Guide, posted yesterday?  Take a read if you missed it and need some ethical ideas!

Life & Style, Special Occasions

Ethical Christmas Gift Guide 2014

ethical christmas gift guide
ethical christmas gift guide

This ethical Christmas gift guide contains affiliate links, denoted by a *. 

I thought I’d post some ethical Christmas gift guides as while buying less stuff or making handmade Christmas presents are always a good idea, sometimes neither option is entirely suitable.  Especially when you have friends and family that live further afield or you’d rather give a gift rather than money or time (some more thoughts on that next week, which will be of interest to anyone looking to have a less commercial Christmas – keep your eyes peeled next Monday!).

With that in mind, I’ve created a few ethical gift guides that I’ll post throughout this week.

Ethical Homewares Christmas Gift Guide

For today’s ethical Christmas gift guide, I’ve focused on ethical homewares that will keep your loved one’s homes cosy, bright and warm over the winter months.  I’ve mostly looked to UK-based independent makers via Etsy but some other favourites have crept in too!

ethical christmas gift ideas

1.  Coaster Set*  (£12.50) by Pygmy Cloud via Etsy UK – handmade in London from 100% wool felt.

2.  Floral Fairtrade Lantern (£10) from Run Native

3.  Badger Cushion* (£45) by Orwell & Goode via Etsy UK – I’m a big bit in love with this cushion, printed in the Scottish Borders.

4.  Hedgehog Cushion* (£18) by Robin and Mould via Etsy UK – hand-printed in Wiltshire with love!

5.  Cable & Cotton Lights (from £29.95) – ethically made in Thailand.

christmas gift guide 2014

6.  House of Rym Throw (£59.99) from The Future Kept – ethically made in Turkey

7.  Whale Bowl (£20) by Julia Smith Ceramics t via Papa Stour – handmade in Scotland

8.  Hare Illustration* (£12.50) by Stephanie Cole Design via Etsy UK

9.  Fig & Vetiver Soy Candle* (£15) by Paddywax.  These are my all-time favourite candles.  I bought one in January that’s still going strong, and still smells amazing.  It even comes in a recycled jar and sustainably sourced lid.

10.  Hemp Peacock Cushion Cover (£29) from Little House in Town.  Fairtrade and sustainable.

Watch out for another ethical Christmas gift guide tomorrow!