Sustainable Christmas 2022

If you wanna have a special festive Christmas, but be good to the planet at the same time, then don't worry, we're here to help! Scroll down for our tips and advice on how to make your Christmas a sustainable one!

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Choose a Gift That Lasts

There are many ways you can make your Christmas gifts more sustainable this year, whether you can help a little or a lot, we can all do our bit to help the planet! A good starting point is to choose a gift that lasts, ideally a gift the recipient actually wants and will keep! Try to stick to gifts with value, purpose and meaning that targets the person specifically that you're buying for! Use our gift guides (above) to help you with ideas on what to get your mum, dad, partner and everyone else.

Examples of Sustainable Gifts

Some good sustainable gifts are houseplants, which if looked after properly, could last forever! They also make a great feature in the home, and it's unlikely someone else has got them the same gift. We recommend our scandi houseplant mix, where you get 3 beautiful houseplants that only require a small amount of watering to continue growing! Or if your special someone is more of a tech lover, then we've got many refurbished electrical products that work just as well as a new device! You can help the planet by re-using these devices when there's nothing wrong with them and give your loved one a lovely present at the same time! See our 'Refurbished Guide' above.

Handmade & Homemade Gifts

Homemade gifts are a great way not only to help the environment, but to also save you money and you can add your own personal touch to the gift! We have plenty of 'make your own' kits for adults and children from making aeroplanes to your very own popcorn that would be great gifts! Check out our 'Homemade Christmas Gifts' page above!

Sustainable Christmas Decorations

The best way to have sustainable Christmas decorations is to re-use them year after year. If you want some new Christmas decorations you can always give it a go at making some yourself, but if you're not quite the artist, then go for decorations made of wool, wood or rattan materials as they last much longer and are better for the environment! You can find all of our Christmas decorations including sustainable ones in our 'Christmas Decorations' guide above!

What can I do with leftover Christmas Food?

If you've got too much food or finding you have lots of leftovers after your Christmas dinner, you can always freeze them so they'll keep for longer and you can eat them at a later date by simply reheating! Or you can donate them to a neighbour or your local food bank. The less waste, the better!