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06 Dec 2019

Gifts Under £20

20 Gift ideas for only £20 & under

  1. Reusable cotton rounds (set of 7) by Lovesay & Mo - these beautifully soft handmade cotton rounds are an environmentally friendly alternative to single use cotton pads. They are made from organic cotton jersey and towelling and are 100% reusable - £13 (LINK HERE)

 

  1. Reusable bag by Baggu - this best selling reusable bag is not just for the supermarket, it goes everywhere and hauls (practically) anything. Carry in your hand or over your shoulder. Holds 2–3 plastic shopping bags worth of stuff & comes in lots of fun designs (LINK HERE)

 

  1. Duo candles by Ferm Living - make a statement with these candles with a solid colour merging with the white for a dynamic and bold look. Plus they burn more internally which means less drips! - £9 (LINK HERE)

 

  1. Mini shard studs by Wolf & Moon - small acrylic studs shaped like broken shards of glass which come in gold glitter, black glitter & mirrored teal - £14 (LINK HERE)

 

  1. The NEU cup by Ferm Living is inspired by Bauhaus classics, using strictly geometric shapes. The look is softened by the vivid grey glaze, which gives the cup a unique touch - £9 (LINK HERE)

 

  1. Weekly planner by Ola - designed with undated pages, so you can make a start at anytime during the year. They’re made with Ola's signature layflat binding and feature 52 undated weekly spreads, each minimally styled with columns for to-do lists, room for evening plans as well as free space for notes. - £18 (LINK HERE)

 

  1. Set of 3 pocketbooks by Tom Pigeon - the second edition of these books are inspired by the Play print collection and uses black foil across three coloured covers - £12.50 (LINK HERE)

  1. Little hex studs by Wolf & Moon - these versatile small studs are easy to wear and will add colour to any outfit.  Handmade from acrylic and wood, gold plated earring posts. The peach, gold and navy colour-combo is super stylish and this simple design also comes in peach /wood and black/gold - £18 (LINK HERE)

 

  1. Mix and match earrings by Tom Pigeon - Super simple and easy to wear, these Formica earrings come in a glorious rainbow of colours. Each pair features a circle and triangle on gold plated posts and will arrive on a beautifully minimal Tom Pigeon embossed card. Handcrafted in their Scottish studio - £20 (LINK HERE)

 

  1. Little mermaid Christmas decoration by Ferm Living - as we all know, mermaids can be mesmerising. To the Danish brewer of beer, Carl Jacobsen, to such an extent that he commissioned a bronze sculpture after he fell in love with the creature in a ballet version of the immortal story by Hans Christian Andersen. Once finished, the statue was gifted to the city of Copenhagen in 1913, and she has been sitting on her stone by the pier ever since - £9 (LINK HERE)

 

  1. Small Hygge candle by Skandinavisk - Hygge [HU-GAH] is Danish DNA, a reflection of the Scandinavian art of creating intimacy, fellowship and cosiness in the smallest everyday moments. With echoes of tea and baked strawberry cake, rose petals and wild mint, this candle is just beautiful - £16 (LINK HERE)

 

  1. Brass bottle opener by Ferm Living - Open every bottle in a jiffy with the functional brass bottle opener. When you don’t use it, you can easily leave it out in the kitchen or the minibar where it will add a stylish touch - £19 (LINK HERE)

 

  1. Skog hand wash by Skandinavisk (300ml) - a gently foaming and lightly scented hand wash made in Denmark, with extract of birch bark, designed to cleanse and soften exposed skin - £18 (LINK HERE)

 

  1. Denim oven mitt by Ferm Living - made of blue and durable denim with a rinse wash, this series of 100% organic kitchen textiles is made to be used for years and years. This oven mitt is the essential accessory in your kitchen and stylishly keeps your hand safe from hot pots and tins. The padding is made of sustainable recycled polyester - £19 (LINK HERE)

 

  1. Matchbox cover by Ferm Living - stick to traditions and light the Christmas candles with matches. With this brass cover, the matchboxes can also become part of your Christmas decorations and with the solid brass stone on top add a touch of nature to your home - £19 (LINK HERE)

 

  1. Reusable cotton gift wrap by Ola - sustainable organic cotton wrap inspired by the ancient Japanese art of Furoshiki. A long-lasting alternative to wrapping paper, this simple square of fabric can be exchanged, treasured and reused year after year. Each wrap is silkscreen printed onto lightweight organic cotton. Lovingly made in India in collaboration with a social enterprise, whose aim is to create sustainable livelihoods for rural women where employment opportunities are limited - £11 (LINK HERE)

 

  1. Lempi hand cream by Skandinavisk (75ml) - a richly moisturising and lightly scented hand cream made in Denmark. With extract of peony, designed to nourish and protect exposed skin - £20 (LINK HERE)

 

18. Christmas cards by Ola (pack of 6x) - each pack from Ola's collection features a fun, graphic    illustration across all 6 cards. Printed onto premium British made paper - £12 (LINK HERE)

 

  1. Reusable dish cloth by Ferm Living (pack of 2x) - with a fine rib knit of organic cotton yarn, these dishcloths give you a sustainable alternative to conventional textiles and lend your kitchen a stylish touch. Each cloth is made with two colours of yarn, creating a double-sided piece of textile with a side in each colour, here we have cobalt blue & black - £9 (LINK HERE)

 

  1. Hav body wash by Skandinavisk - a gently foaming and lightly scented body wash, with extract of rockweed, designed to cleanse and soften exposed skin. Rockweed (Fucus Vesiculosus) extract helps restore and maintain moisture levels, preserving smooth and soft skin - £20 (LINK HERE)
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