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A merry little ethical Christmas gift guide

November 27, 2015

I’m not usually a gift-guide kind of gal, but I’ve been mentioning for a while now how awesomesauce the Oxfam shop is and how important it is to do something, no matter how small to help others in need, so I thought an ethical Christmas gift guide would be cool so you can see what I’m banging on about.

One of my favorite things about this style of shopping is the fact that you don’t need to leave the house and join the hoards of crazed Christmas shoppers at your local Westfield to get beautiful gifts for your loved ones.

Rafiki Mwema also has a handful of great products, but I thought this year I’d promote their chickens for their new farm. I bought a load of these Chicken Cards to have as the little gifts you need to give to someone. You know, the people you buy the Aldi gift spice pack, or Gold Label Vanilla Fudge for?

The token gift that is way more than a token for the recipients, because every card you buy purchases a chicken for the farm and the kids can eat eggs and grow big and strong and drop silent and deadly eggy farts like my kids.

Then there are the special people that you need to have something wrapped under the tree for. Oxfam have you covered there. They have stunning stuff and you’ll see that it’s really reasonably priced, and you’re helping the communities that made them as the proceeds go back to them.

The home and kitchenwares are gorgeous. What I’m showcasing here is a TINY portion of what’s available I’m just really putting together a guide of things I want so if you want to buy me something…..

I’ve decided I’m having an ethical little Christmas this year, and I’ve also decided I’m not going Christmas shopping in an actual shop because I panic and buy more than I need.

I already ordered my Oxfam Christmas Tree to get delivered to my door on the 3rd December

See anything on here that you like? Give me a hint and I’ll tell your family 😉

 

 

ethical christmas gift guide

For her

Oxfam Earrings, from $12.95

Rafiki Mwema Chickens for Christmas Gift Cards – $10

Rafiki Mwema Furaha Soy Candle – $29.95

Oxfam Hand Embroidered Cushion – $44.95

Oxfam Peony Design Shallow Bowl – $24.95

Oxfam Red Sunrays leather Shoulder Bag – $199.00

Oxfam Carved Stone Oil Burner – $19.95

Rafiki Mwema Striped Flamingo Dress for little girls – $25

Oxfam, Stainless Steel Copper Cooking Pot – $89.95

Oxfam Collapsible Basket, Aqua Ombre – $19.95

 

ethical christmas gift guide

For him

Oxfam Nappa Leather Wallet – $39.95

Oxfam Cape treasures Smoky Gift Set – $19.95

Oxfam Earthenware Curry Pot on Bamboo Stand – $19.95

Oxfam Leather Compendium – $40

Oxfam Recycled Car Tire Mouse Pad – $5.95

Oxfam Glasses Stand – $19.95

Oxfam Cufflinks – $29.95

Oxfam Rooster Mug – $24.95

Rafiki Mwema Chickens for Christmas Gift Cards – $10

 

 

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4 Comments

  • Reply Sonia from Sonia Styling November 27, 2015 at 11:56 am

    Love this post! If I was writing my Christmas wish list, it would have that gorgeous dipped basket and peony bowl on it.

  • Reply Shari from GoodFoodWeek November 28, 2015 at 8:32 am

    OMG – that Rafiki Mwema Striped Flamingo Dress for little girls making me wish that I had a little girl.

  • Reply my2morrows November 29, 2015 at 8:47 am

    Awesome finds and 2 amazing organisation’s. Loving those cufflinks. Xx

  • Reply Bianca Wordley November 30, 2015 at 11:52 am

    What a fab post – thanks from the team at Oxfam x

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