Doing Christmas on a budget can be good for the environment & luxurious. For example not wasting food, means you eat the same but pay less!
Want some ideas for fun, attractive and eco friendly wrapping paper alternatives? There are so many ways to wrap gifts without the waste!
Do you want to buy sustainable gifts? Find out how to spot an eco-friendly gift and also check out my round up of gift ideas.
My top tips for having an eco-friendly budget Christmas: Don’t waste food, don’t buy new clothes and rethink gifts, plus more!
Did you know you can make gift bags from old clothes? In this post I show how to make them from a pair of pyjama bottoms!
Did you know you don’t need to buy recycled wrapping paper? You can use your own recycling to make wrapping paper. Note: if you want some in depth information about…
Secret Santa gifts can be fun, but come at an eco cost. Let’s reduce the impact by giving better gifts, which are fun and eco friendly!
Want to create treasured childhood memories for your kids? Instead of wrapping their gifts, hide them and have a festive treasure hunt!
We need to put a stop to unwanted gifts! The 28th of December is known as Boxing Up Day – the day we resell our gifts because so many aren’t wanted.
Furoshiki – the Japanese method of wrapping gifts in fabric is beautiful, creative, clever and reusable! Once you get the hang of a few simple techniques it doesn’t take long…