A significant part of my shopping this year was conducted online. I found it helped me save time and it also helped me find products that I may have not found elsewhere in my local area.
My theme for Christmas this year was upcycled and while I wish all of the presents I purchased were upcycled they weren’t, but I did find a number of great gifts that were.
Below I share some of the online shops I found for gift ideas that sell either organic, eco friendly and upcycled items.
If you intend to order for Christmas presents please make sure you check their delivery times before purchasing.
They also have a gorgeous range of unique gift ideas like:
Blog sponsor ecostore have an extensive online store and this year they have some gorgeously designed packs on offer which would make the perfect gift for the eco friendly minded.
Upcycle Studio have a range of handmade upcycled messenger bags made in Seattle, Germany & the UK with Bike inner tubes, German navy kitbags, Leather jackets, French Army Tents, Truck Tubes & Seatbelts.
A reader put me onto Twenty8 Essentials earlier this year and I adore their essential oils. As well as selling organic pure essential oils they have a lovely range of health and wellness products.
Body Boost Pack – Instant Calm
Pana Chocolate – Merry Christmas Gift Box – my favourite chocolate!
Etiko are an Australia ethical, fairtrade and sustainable retailer of clothes and footwear.
All Black Hitops – made with certified fairtrade cotton, in an accredited fairtrade factory and Etiko pay a social premium to both the rubber producers in Sri Lanka and to the shoe stitchers in Pakistan.
Save the Children Thongs – Made from a blend of natural and recycled rubber, Etiko also pays a fair trade premium to the workers involved in the production. The purchase of these thongs helps fund the great work of Save the Children Australia who provide assistance to disadvantaged, vulnerable and isolated children.
Football – Aussie Rules Ball Size 5 – Certified fairtrade, the purchase of these balls also helps fund community develop projects in third world countries and sports programs for Aboriginal children in Australia.
Feel free to share your favourite online shops below!
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