Looking for last-minute gifts? Amazon Prime to the rescue! You can still find sustainable, thoughtful gift ideas slated to arrive before Christmas with Amazon’s handy two-day shipping. The items below are made with care and are estimated to have a pre-Christmas arrival date. Remember, though, just in case, double-check shipping times before ordering.
Novica Cotton Hammock — This fair trade hammock from Novica holds up to 450 lbs and comes with a story card certifying its authenticity. Fun gift for the adventurer and book-reader in your life! $104.
EST WST Collective Rucksack — Featuring a 17″ laptop sleeve and a waterproof lining made from recycled bottles, this rucksack is a thoughtful gift for the urban traveler seeking to balance modernity and global awareness. EST WST bags feature textiles handwoven by partner producers in Nepal and India. $145.
Matr Boomie Cuff Bracelet — I love this intricately-designed, silver-toned brass cuff to complement any outfit, from a cocktail dress to jeans and a sweater. Handmade at a fair trade facility in India. $23.
Friendsheep Wool Terrier — Crafted from eco-friendly New Zealand wool, this sweet puppy is shaped and sewn at a fair trade cooperative in Nepal. $16.
Tegu Magnetic Wooden Blocks — Encourage imaginative play with a magnetic block car that can be rebuilt and reconfigured. Tegu blocks are created in Honduras from sustainably-sourced hardwoods. The company seeks to impact their Honduran community with economic development and transparent, responsible manufacturing. $30.
Sky Organics Lip Balm — Stocking stuffer alert! These organic lip balms are made in the USA with beeswax, cocoa butter, and coconut oil. $11.
Eliza Fair Trade Leather Journal — This fair trade journal is handcrafted from cruelty-free leather and 100% recycled, acid-free paper. Perfect for the aspiring poet or author. $27.
KeepCup Travel Mug — This reusable, 12 oz cup is a great gift for the coffee shop enthusiast in your life. In addition to providing a stylish, zero-waste alternative to the to-go coffee cup, the company seeks to reduce their own environmental footprint through local manufacturing and transparent sourcing. $20.
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