So both secret Santa and stocking fillers tend to be smaller low cost gifts but that doesn’t mean they have to be cheap plastic nonsense where the novelty is unlikely to last past the new year.
I’ve rounded up some more sustainable gifts that are all £10 or under…
“No one is too small to make a difference” by Greta Thunberg is an inspirational read, the original publication can be picked up for a few pounds or you can pick up new illustrated version for around a tenner.
Ethical lifestyle toolkit by Bright Zine is a cute wee kit containing a fork, spoon, set of chopsticks and stainless steel straw.
Seed Bom is a colourful gardening grenade that helps sustain bee, butterfly and other important insect populations by growing specially selected flowers.
Fruu lip balms are made mostly from fruit which would have otherwise went to waste. Their fruity balms are also available in colour balms which are ideal for a subtle day tint or buildable colour.
Even a plant serial killer should manage to look after a cactus and a mini one should be easy to find even with a modest budget. A lovely local shop has opened in Glasgow Southside called Aperçu that is a plant person paradise.
If you need a further festive fix then check out my Instagram which is full of food, cruelty free beauty and adventures.
Big Christmas Hugs,