Eco gifts costing between £5 and £10.
Set of three hand-rolled and natural beeswax candles made in England.
These elegant long drop earrings from Nkuku are handmade from soft amber coloured glass. When the light catches the glass it creates a stunning, shimmering effect.
Keep Leaf's reusable cotton baggies are ideal for sandwiches, snacks, travel and storage, making them the perfect alternative to disposable plastic bags and wrap.
Tenderly painted by crafts people from Kashmir, providing employment for these skilled artisans in their own homes.
Lemon and thyme scented wax candle housed in the bottom half of a recycled Carlsberg beer bottle!
This water-powered can-shaped clock uses the latest longlife H2O technology to power the clear LCD display.
These colourful bowls are hand-carved from sustainably sourced mango wood and are perfect for wet or dry meals, or simply serving.
A fused-glass bracelet, handmade in Chile by an artist working in the fair trade Comparte co-operative.
Fantastic looking tumblers made in England using the bottoms of old Grolsch bottles!
This adorable and comforting woollen duck will be a treasure to any animal loving young child.
The rustic silver finish of these recycled glass tea-light holders by Nkuku catch the candle light and exudes gentle flickers.
Add a touch of the Jurassic to your children's meals with this adorable cutlery set.
Give an added sense of fun to children's parties with these dinosaur-embossed disposable bamboo plates.
Recycled glass bracelet made with dark blue beads of different shades.
Another popular choice from manufacturer Bambu's award winning KIDS collection.
For a salad with flair look no further than these lovely chunky curvy servers from Bambu.
The A6-sized address books are handmade from soft, recycled white cotton and fallen leaves using a traditional and sustainable method originally developed in ancient Persia.
Made from 100% recycled glass.
Reach all of those easily neglected areas with this long-handled sisal back scrub.
Store your credit cards in this quirky holder made out of old circuit boards that would otherwise have been waste.