Eco Living – Christmas Shopping Stocking Fillers

In the second of my Christmas gift guides, I share some more of my ideas for ethical and socially conscious christmas gifts.

Bow Tie Brooch


Not on the High Street has some lovely and unique jewellery which make great stocking fillers. I particularly love this handmade wooden jewellery by Ladybird Likes.

Tea Room Hat

Tea Room Hat 

Seasalt Cornwall Sailors Socks

 Sailors Socks

Milie Scarf

Seasalt Cornwall have up to 25% off stocking fillers at the moment. Above are just a few of my favourites from their site which includes organic cotton, bamboo and made in the UK pieces.

Rose and Champagne Macaroons
Not only do these rose and champagne macaroons taste lovely but they look lovely too making them a great stocking filler for both fashionista and foodie friends or family. The Macaroons are from Miss Macaroon on Run Native (a fab website with lots more great gift ideas). Miss Macaroon C.I.C. supports young Care leavers, offenders and ex-offenders, Not in Employment, Education or Training back into work through supported training programmes and voluntary work experience.

tea light holder

This stylish tea light holder is made from recycled glass and is also from Run Native.

Chrity shop gifts

mini ceramic tea set

You may not have considered giving second hand as Christmas gifts but if you look carefully, you can find some pretty amazing stuff. One  of my favourite ways to charity shop is at the Oxfam online shop. It is really easy to search and amongst the goodies that I have found are this Owl brooch, Liberty print silk scarf and a mini ceramic tea set which would be perfect for children that like having tea parties.
Reclaim Bags make innovative bags using reclaimed materials including rubber inner tubes. Their bags really challenge peoples preconceptions about upcycled fashion. They would make a great stocking filler for anyone that likes unique fashion accessories.

If you would like to give a lovely piece of jewellery to a family or friend, MAD (Make a Difference) have a great selection and 100% of the profit from the item that you buy will be donated to the charity of your choice. A large amount of the jewellery on the site is made from recycled metals although you wouldn’t guess it and the organisation is also committed to ethical sourcing.

If you are feeling in a festive mood you may also want to check out my recent post for, Christmas jumpers, they’re not just for Christmas.

Have you started your Christmas shopping yet? Would you like any of these goodies in your Christmas stocking?

With warmest wishes

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