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Green Christmas Guide

Welcome to my Green Christmas Guide where you will find my favourite eco friendly toys and gifts for babies & children, from big name brands and small buisness. All the products featured are kinder to our planet and substantially made. Best of all everything is under £50! I've also included my favourite stocking filler (no tat I promise!).

The term eco friendly is sometimes associated with boaring but I promise the products featured are far from that. They will spark imagination, inspire curiosity and keep little hands busy.

If everyone switched to buying just one eco friendly gift this Christmas it could make a big difference to our planet.
Happy shopping!

Sarah & Bendrix

Sarah & Bendrix design and source quality items for both children and adults. Their range of beautiful wooden toys are handmade and designed to last. These traditional toys  will be passed down to other children and loved for many years to come. The collection includes wheeled, stacking and pull along toys all made from polished natural wood that has been sustainably sourced in Europe. For that extra special touch Sarah & Bendrix can carefully package your order  in a personalised cotton bag making them ideal as a Christmas gift. If your looking for something extra special you can gift a lucky little one with a 3, 6 or 12 month toy subscription which delivers them a new wooden toy each month! 

Spotlight Gift- Large Personalised Toy Bundle (£45) 

The large personalised toy bundle lets you  select 5  expertly crafted wooden toys that you think the child will love and also includes a personalised cotton gift bag.  From their beautiful collection you can chose 1 large pull along toy, 2 stacking toys, a medium sized toy and a small toy. The pull along bear pictured above drums as he is tugged along. The bundle is expectionaly good value and looks much more expensive than it is. It is sure to provide hours of play for curious babies and toddlers. 

Pip & Cherry

Pip & Cherry was created by Rebecca, she thought herself to sew when expecting her twins  (who are super cute by the way!). It was the twins fascination with fabric that inspired her to have a go at hand making  personalised fabric books. Rebecca was soon receiving requests form other parents to create book for their children too, and so Pip & Cherry was born. Along with the My Name Books she sells flashcards and beautiful wall hangings that are all made in the UK. 

Spotlight Gift- My Name Book (£30-£38)

These beautiful cotton fabric books are personalised to spell out a child's name. Each letter is accompanied by an eye catching and simulating  design. You might even find a hidden squeaker or crinkly fabric that babies love. There is different designs for each letter of the alphabet so you can truly tailor each book for the individual child. The books are finished of with a wooden ring for teething or clutching. These books make a wonderful unique gift that will be treasured for years so come. They are perfect for a babies first Christmas. Last ordered for Christmas delivery must be made before the 3rd of December so don't leave it to late to get yours in!

Bigjigs Toys

Bigjigs Toys is a family run buisness that's has been making toys for over 30 years. What started as one man crafting wooden jigsaws in his garden shed has grown to a worldwide buisness. Bigjigs Toys are in known for their quality and durability. Their mission is to make affordable and responsibly sourced toys that inspire imagination and learning. 

Spotlight Gift - Green Toys Tug Boat (£11.49)

Wonderful eye catching this Tug Boat is created from 100% recycled materials. It floats, pours and scoops making it the perfect bath time toy for children of all ages. The chunky handle and light weight design  is ideal for little hands to grasp. It's guaranteed to bring good green fun!

Mellie Green 

Mellie Green has organic at the heart of the business. The online store stocks a range of carefully selected clothing, skincare and toys for babies and children. From soft toys for newborns to beautifully crafted wooden toys and teethers their range has something for little ones whatever their stage.

Spotlight Gift For Babies- My First Dinosaur Teethers (£9 each)

These roarsome teethers are created from ethically sourced and natural rubber. The texture makes them perfect for chewing and they can also be used in the bath tub. The bright colours makes them pleasing to babies and they are perfectly sized for little hands.

Spotlight Gift For Toddlers & Pre Schoolers - Noah's Balancing Ark (£19)

This adorable wooden toy is ideal for storing, matching and stacking. It comes with five pairs of animals and a rocking ark. It's great for developing fine motor skills and learning about balance. The wooden animals can also  be used also for imaginative play. It's the perfect gift for busy toddlers who like to figure things out.


Pintoy are committed to providing children with quality, traditional and engaging products that's are created in a substanable manner. There range of products includes toys, games and children's furniture. Pintoy create all their wooden toys from environmentally friendly rubber wood. 

Spotlight Gift - Mobile Crane (£30)

Bright and eye catching this mobile crane is generous in size making it appealing to pre schoolers and older kids. It's sturdy design and big wheels makes it easy to roll along. It's perfect for kids who love vechicals and construction play. The quality is suburb so it's sure to last for years to come. 

Favourite Stocking Filler - Grow Your Own Christmas Tree (£1.15)

Ovo Bloom have created these have created these adorable grow your own Christmas tree seed packets. Each paper seed packet is printed with eco friendly inks and contains a Nordman fur Christmas tree seed. The seed can be planted, cared for and in time can grow up to 16 meters! I think it makes the perfect eco friendly stocking filler that could last a lifetime.

So that's it, all my wonderful eco friendly Christmas goodies. I hope you have found that little something you have been searching for. 

*Some of the products featured in this post have been gifted for the purpose of this acticle, however as always all opinions are my own and every  product featured  I genuinely love.

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