Smaller Gifts for Whomever

Stocking Stuffers

These crowd pleasers work well as stocking stuffers, “Secret Santa” at the workplace or for gift exchanges where the recipient is unknown.


Do Just One Thing: 2008 Day-to-Day Calendar (Calendar)
by Danny Seo
– $11.99 – This is a good stocking stuffer for someone who is interested in making some personal changes to help the environment. Bonus points go to Danny Seo for making the calendar from recycled materials and the entire casing is returnable to the publisher for recycling.

Head to Toe Starter Kit from Burt’s Bees – $15.00 – Burt’s Bees products are 99% to 100% natural (they let you know the precise number on the product) and they believe in the the importance of sustainable business practices. This kit comes with a variety of trial sizes for your recipient to use and find their favorite, which my just be all of them!

SIGG Water Bottle – $19.99 – Lightweight, durable, eco-friendly (and stylish)! A SIGG water bottle is a great way to encourage others to ditch their bottled water ways.

Recycled Glass Holiday Ornament – $28.00 – These ornaments come in festive colors and are made from recycled glass bottles.

Give the Gift of an Experience – Prices vary – Gifts cards usually mean less waste, and gives the recipient some options of their own. Give the gift of a night out, like at a restaurant that is known for serving local foods, theatre tickets, etc.

Car Wash Tickets – Prices vary – When I was growing up, I could always count on car wash certificates being in my stocking on Christmas morning (maybe they were a hint from my parents). According to E/The Environmental Magazine it is better to take your car to the car wash, rather than washing it at home. Look for one in your area that uses environmentally-friendly practices, or try a waterless option.

Posted in Holiday Gift Guide by Rhaya on December 14, 2007 | Permalink | No Comments

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