Green Gift Guide – Part 2

There are just a few shopping days left, but if you are still looking for ideas, consider the 2010 Holiday Green Gift Guide from Green America.

This great guide offers a wide variety of gifts for family, friends, children and babies including beauty and body care, clothing and accessories, food and drink, home items, and gifts, art, and accessories.

Eco Express has some very yummy looking organic goodies. Their truffle temptation is reasonable priced at $26.99 and they have a gorgeous artisan cheese and fruit basket. They have gifts for birthdays, births, romance, housewarming, weddings, and just if you want to say congratulations or thanks!

Looking for some handmade natural soap? A Wild Soapbar’s soap is made with essential oils and provides not only a fresh smell, but also are ultra moisturizing yet mild. As they say, they “make it easy to be clean & green.” They also offer a money back guarantee and if you purchase $30 online, you will get on free bar. Purchase $75 and you get free shipping!

Earthsake has a line of natural, organic mattresses, comforters, pillows, linens and even furniture. There’s clothing and lounge wear, stuff for kids, towels, slippers, robes – what more could you want?

One thing I didn’t see at Earthsake is bath salts, but you can zip right over to Bright Wings for that. The company’s Blue Eagle Invocation Bath Salts is a combination of coarse sea salt from France and their own Liquid Smudge and Jojoba oil. It comes in 4 oz. sample and 16 oz. bath size.

Have a fisherman in your life? You can get green fishing products from Green Tackle. They have bait and tackle, fishing line, reels, fishing kits, and tools. All their items are designed to help fisherman while still protecting the environment. And perhaps best of all, one percent of their sales is donated to protecting fish, their habitat, and the environment.

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Libby Pelham

About Libby Pelham

I have always loved to write and gives me the opportunity to share my passion for writing with others. I work full-time as a web developer at UTHSC and most of my other time is spent with my son (born 2004). I love everything pop culture, but also enjoy writing about green living (it has opened my eyes to many things!) and health (got to worry about that as you get older!).