Eco Gift Guide For Her




Each year, the holidays sneak up on us. And each year, we face the task of purchasing the gift for our loved ones. Fortunately, we’ve made it easy for you! Check out our first gift guide of the season. Ladies first…


Recycled Glass Wall Hanging Bubble Terrarium, $59-Does the woman on your shopping list have a green thumb? Forgo the predictable gardening tool kits and give her this Recycled Glass Wall Hanging Bubble Terrarium. Every one has been curved into shape while being blown without a mold, making each terrarium a one-of-a-kind piece she is sure to love.





Quilted Laptop Case,
$35- Profits made from Nomi Network bags and accessory sales create economic opportunities for women at risk for sexual exploitation in Southeast Asia. So while the case’s classic look would look fabulous housing a Retina Display Macbook Pro, the case serves a larger purpose that anyone on your shopping list would be honored to stand behind.








French Olive Wood Salt & Pepper Keepers, $59- For the woman who enjoys cooking up a storm in the kitchen, gift these gorgeous salt and pepper holders from Viva Terra, a company dedicated to producing handcrafted, eco-friendly products. Each piece is made from olive wood that has been grown in a sustainably managed forest in France.





Athens Necklace, $93- Jewelry at Mujus is made with earth-friendly materials by Peruvian women, so anything you purchase from Mujus is both good for Mother Nature as well as the economic prosperity of women in South America. Their Athens necklace caught our eye with its strands of tagua slices on alpaca leather cord. Available in ivory or red wine.





Monogrammed AspenOrnament,


$25 for a set of 4- Each holiday season, I’m the lucky recipient of a beautiful new ornament, a tradition I treasure as I use the ornaments to decorate my own tree. Give your lady a gift that she can reflect on for holiday seasons to come with this Monogrammed Aspen Ornament from Etsy. Each ornament has been produced from fallen Aspen trees in the Colorado Rocky Mountains.


Amy


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