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The holidays tend to create a lot of waste, and much of it comes in the gifts we give to our loved ones. If you’re trying to be more mindful about what you purchase or want to help your friends and family in their transition to being more environmentally conscious, the following gift ideas can help.
Zero-waste kitchen bundle: This set includes everything you need to make some zero-waste swaps in one’s kitchen. It features natural loofah sponges, reusable snack bags, wooden dish brush, solid dish bar, soap tray, dish cloths.
Cloth face pads: These reusable face pads have bees on them and come with a bag to store and wash them in. Makes for such a cute gift for the beauty lover.
Cloth (not paper) towels: Help a loved one replace paper towels with these vibrant cloth towels. They come in a variety of prints and quantities.
Plantable holiday cards: These seed paper holiday cards can be used as gift tags as well. They can be planted in the garden!
Beeswax food wraps: These come in colorful patterns and can help loved ones transition to more environmentally friendly food storage.
Reusable coffee cup: Encourage friends to swap single-use plastic bottles with a longer-lasting reusable tumbler. Coffee shops will often fill your tumbler with your beverage of choice. This rose tumbler is made by me. My shop linked below.
You can gift some of these together to create a basket, or give one individually as a stocking stuffer or gift. Is being more eco-friendly something on your radar?
Reusable wooden gift tags from Floradise Shop:
Wooden Name Tag | Gift Tag | Backpack Tag
These wooden stocking or gift tags can be personalized with a name or word. The make beautiful additions to gift wrapping and packaging and can be reused year after year.
Marette Flora is the founder of Floradise blog and personalized gift shop. Marette is a passionate storyteller and creator. She attended the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University and obtained a bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communication.
She is passionate about creating helpful and meaningful things.