Last week, we have already presented you a few sustainable gift ideas for Christmas which will bring joy to your loved ones, for sure. Today, our Advent calendar will go into the second round with some more green suggestions for Happy Holidays. Get inspired:
The Gift box from Zettl is full of exclusive delicacies which will fill every gourmet with enthusiasm. Affectionately served, you will find a homemade ”Hussitenkugel”, a gingerbread in the shape of a Christmas tree, a Florentine biscuit, a magical fruit tea in a squared bag and acacia honey, everything locally grown.
The Solar charger from Power Traveller is the perfect Christmas gift for all the adventurers who bank on sustainability. The mobile charging station is suited for the use on the go, as it is spray water resistant and handy. The charger converts solar energy into power, also under less good weather conditions and even stocks it until utilization, if necessary.
Ethno is more than a trend, it is a statement! With this stylish special edition of Dora’s glass bottle, you will set yourself apart from the mass, for sure. The neoprene case protects the bottle optimally and can easily be removed due to a zipper. The water bottle is recycable, durable and sturdy and gets along completely without plasticizer!
For training, yoga, meditation or simply as a comfortable seat pad, the point quilting seat mat from speltex is perfectly fit. It is stable and grippy and it spreads the body weight evenly and joint-friendly. The stuffing consists of spelt hulls and natural rubber which provides for an optimum ventilation and temperature exchange. Moreover, it is manufactured fairly and sustainably and can even be put in the washing machine.
With the stylish storage boxes of Tarango you will gain control over your chaos. The double set is available at Upcycling Deluxe and consists of recycled cement bags which have even kept their original print. The boxes with two practical carrying handles offer storage space for clothes or incidentals and they will bring a little bit of colour in your room.
Among all the Christmas turmoil, we often forget that the wishes of some people unfortunately stay unfulfilled. So why not playing Santa Claus this year for those who would otherwise be forgotten at the handing out of presents. The Caritas has collected Christmas wishes from families with little children who are supported by the social counselling, as well as from the residents of the women’s centre, or the houses Miriam and St. Josef. Maybe, you would like to accomplish one or two of them.
We wish you much pleasure in bestowing and will get in touch with you next week again with further sustainable gift ideas in our Advent calendar!