- meaningful gifts for going under the Christmas tree
Year after year…
... I ask myself the same question, what do I give my friends and family? Do I give them anything at all, or just hide myself away for the holidays? So that doesn't happen to you, we have gathered together a small selection of useful and sustainable gift ideas for you. If you still do not know what the other person really wants, we also have gift vouchers and our gift boxes. This way, you can't possibly pick out the wrong gift.
Outfits for Christmas
Christmas parties, catch-ups with friends, coffee party at your grannys or a visit with the in-laws and your favourite outfit has been patched up so often that it keeps falling apart at the seams? Then we have something for you. Whether blouses, dresses, shirts or Christmas jumpers, everything is produced ecologically and fairly. So you can rock every celebration!
Finally, some tips that will get you comfortably through the Christmas season:
Bake some cookies
They make people happy and you will know what's inside
Give time instead of material things
Time with those you love is the most precious thing you can give For you AND the recipient
Drink plenty of glühwein
This is how to survive every visit from relatives and have fun at the same time
Buy a tree in a pot
It will be ready to give more joy next year too, and it binds CO2
Make Christmas decorations from natural materials
During a relaxing walk through the forest you can find bits and pieces, which you can turn into something beautiful.
Make Christmas cards yourself
A homemade card made from recycled materials makes some hearts beat faster.
Eat a Vegan Christmas dinner
The traditional roast is a thing of the past. Vegan alternatives for your Christmas can be found everywhere and are just as delicious.
Pack gifts sustainably
To avoid tons of wrapping paper, look if you do not have something at home that you can upcycle into a gift wrap.
Write a wish list
In order to avoid unwanted gifts, write a very old-school wish list. This also helps show you what you really need and what you do not.