Green With Renvy’s Eco Gift Guide-Part 1

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Dec 2011

I know I’ve put a lot of energy into shop local/handmade of late, but I realize that not everyone is lucky enough to have the opportunity to do so.  For you folks, I have put together an eco-friendly gift guide for a bit of internet shopping.  Gifts with pizazz that are recycled, up cycled and a few things in between. Today, it’s gifts for gardeners, travelers and DIYer’s.  Tomorrow I’ll be back with Part 2-gifts for men, hard to shop for friends and foodies.

  • Nourish print from Laurie Coyle Designs on archival paper 8” X 11” $18.
  • Wooly Wall Pockets – grow healthy plants in a vertical recycled planter {perfect for apartments and small spaces-$39.
  • Nutscene three ply eco-friendly twine- $6.50 in a variety of colors
  • Durable, washable, kevlar stitched vegan gloves from Pallina- $30.
  • Swirly upcycled fork garden marker from Sonrisabay on Etsy – $8.

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  • Upcycled USB film case from Photo Jojo -$20.
  • Candy striped, hypersoft, absorbent, quick drying travel towel from artisan weavers at Kara Weaves -$19.
  • Recycled dollar bill handle with replaceable{2} heads toothbrush from Brook Farm General Store $10.
  • Upcycled Mailbag travel tote from uncommon goods $79.
  • Owen Gatley’s Map of the World thru TinyShowcase  19”X13” $25.

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  • MT rice paper masking tape in a variety of colors from The Green Depot– $2.95-$3.95
  • Natural canvas apron w/ blue herringbone ties from Brook Farm General Store –$45.
  • Heirloom quality eco-friendly wood handle screw driver set from The Green Depot -$30.
  • Design Blogger Grace Bonney’s Design Sponge at Home book-filled with DIY projects -$35.
  • Kikkerland Graffitti Cocktail shaker -$20.
  • DIY terrariums {also delightful finished versions} from Twig -$25.-$60.

I’m always on the hunt for great eco-friendly gifts, so if you have something to add-make sure to let me know.