Green Christmas Guide
Buying green no longer means hemp socks and tie-dyed pot holders for the whole family. Though your mom really does seem to love her tie-dyed pot holder.
This year, buy some gifts that won’t hurt the planet. And make your mom a T-shirt.
16 Dec, 2008
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Now when they ship these, do they come in a box?
MOMA Store | Buy
Reduce your paper towel consumption, increase your smug self-satisfaction.
Build A Nest | Buy
Made from the wood of discarded small branches, this candle holder makes an easy centerpiece.
Hip and Zen | Buy
Felt bowls to collect odds and ends or soak up extra water from a house plant.
Vivavi | Buy
A nice, thick chopping block made of bacteria-resistant bamboo.
Green Feet | Buy
A decorative garden ball made of reclaimed marbles. Keep a few marbles on hand so you’ll have extras when the neighborhood kids start prying these free.
TaDahpdx | Buy
Hand painted dishes made of recycled glass. There are butter dishes, soap dishes, and serving platters. Hang them on a dark wall, or put them to work.
Fox and Clover | Buy
What the heck is this?
It’s a little jacket you slip over your soap that both saves soap and acts as a washcloth. Made of reclaimed wool, this soap sweater makes a rich lather and is reusable.
Later Bloomer | Buy
Made from old sweaters, 100% recycled wool. This means you can feel 10% less guilty about all those disposable diapers.
Ply Textiles | Buy
Made from fast-growing bamboo, this bowl is safe for hot and cold foods.
Re-Modern | Buy
These lavender-filled sachets scent about ten loads of laundry, and can be refreshed with a few drops of lavender oil.
Refabulous | Buy