The Big Eco-friendly And Ethical Christmas Giveaway – Bundle Number 1.

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This giveaway is now closed but if you landed on this page it’s probably because you are looking for some eco-friendly and ethical Christmas gift ideas, right? This post features all the small business, ethical brands and eco-friendly products I enjoyed in 2017 and enjoy to this date! Find some inspiration with our Christmas 2017 gift guide bundle 1. 

Don’t worry – if you’re looking for giveaways check out my giveaway section for the most recent and active giveaways

This is Christmas 2017 Gift Guide Bundle Number 1

 

1. Indigo Herbs Organic Chocolate Making Gift Set

I’ve actually tried out this one: absolutely loved it! Easy to follow instructions, everything comes in the right portions, all you need to do is enjoy making your own raw chocolate! 100% pure botanical ingredients, absolutely nothing added. Makes 20-25 small chocolates.

RRP £19.99.-

Indigo Herbs Organic Chocolate Making Gift Set

2. Baby Batch Company Wardrobe Dividers

Wardrobe dividers are the perfect solution for organising and knowing which clothes are suitable to fit your baby at the right time. Sizes newborn – 24 months.

RRP: £8.-

7 Baby Batch Company Wardrobe Dividers hanging on a rod

3. No Frills Cosmetics Moisturiser

Cancer survivor Ann Mason produces these all natural moisturisers in the beautiful Cornwall. Her journey finding her health again also led her to develop her affordable, natural cosmetics, free from artificial preservatives and petroleum based products. Ingredients used are not tested on animals, neither is the final product.

RRP: £15.-

Christmas 2017 gift guide: No Frills Cosmetics moisturiser Ne

4. Hand dyed scarf from Bluehanded

Bluehanded artisanal, natural and hand dyed indigo textile dates back to the Song dynasty, over 800 years ago. It’s handmade: hand cut patterns, resist paste printing, dying and traditional techniques surviving till today with minimal wastage or pollution stitching. Using natural Indigo plant dyes, soybean, lime ingredients and Proudly part of the Slow Movement, it takes time to make it the way it should be made. The production sustains local communities who supply the materials and ingredients.

RRP: £44.-

Hand dyed scarf from Bluehanded

5. A set of baby vests from Beeboobuzz

Beeboobuzz creates organic cotton baby wear in bright, bold colours. The cotton is knitted in Britain, dyed in Britain and the garments are manufactured in Britain. Everything is designed to be unisex and easy to layer up or mix and match.

RRP: £23.-

Set of baby vests from Beeboobuzz hanging on wooden hangers red, orange, yellow

6. A Moonshine Glow Candle

Moonshine Glow Candles are handmade from recycled glass bottles and using scented soy wax. Bespoke items are also available. They make a lovely, quirky present.

RRP: £12.-

Moonshine glow candle made from a recycled beer bottle: Christmas 2017 gift guide

7. Set of Christmas Notelets from Stationary Treasure

Stationary Treasure is a small West London start-up selling luxury greeting cards inspired by nature and generosity of spirit. Each product promotes the beauty and joy of sharing green and fair products. Supporting local businesses, they work with carbon neutral printers to create environment friendly products that use UK-made recycled / FSC certified papers, and vegetable based printing inks. The items are sold wrapped in luxurious tissue paper and post consumer waste packaging, avoiding all use of plastic.

RRP: £9.-

Christmas 2017 gift guide

What has been your favourite product from our Christmas 2017 gift guide bundle 1? If you want to check out the other Eco-friendly and Ethical Christmas 2017 bundle guides I have linked them below. 

Christmas Bundle 2

Christmas Bundle 3

Christmas Bundle 4 

and finally:

Christmas Bundle 5

 

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