It’s that time of year when our minds start to turn to Christmas and all that comes with that and so I thought I would give you some fantastic plastic-free stocking filler ideas for your kids.
Recycled Rainbow Pencils
These rainbow pencils caught my eye because they look cute, would be lots of fun and are eco-friendly too.
“These pencils are made with layers of vibrantly coloured recycled paper. You’ll just love how the paper unwinds as you sharpen the pencil exposing all the beautiful and vibrant colours”
Amazing Animals Fact Cards
Having just met the owner of this company I had to include these amazing animal fact cards. Not only has Ria created the concept, found out all of the information and worked hard to think about what children would find interesting but she has also illustrated every one of her products. These will most definitely be going in my boys’ stockings this year.
Woodland Playdough Stamps
These handmade wooden playdough stamps are just so incredibly gorgeous and they will bring hours of fun for many years to come.
And of course, you will need some eco-friendly playdough to go with your stamps, won’t you? This one is handmade using natural and safe ingredients perfect for those little delicate hands. It is also vegan.
Eco-Friendly Stacking Boat Bath Toys
A set of six stacking boats made from biodegradable wheat straw – no plastic here!
The classic boat design is a great montessori/waldorf toy that is perfect for bath time or beach adventures, they are a fun and practical toy for little ones.
Eco-Friendly Fun Kaleidoscope
These handmade, cutesy kaleidoscopes will bring fun to lots of ages and are the perfect size to pop into a Christmas stocking.
Grow Your Own Christmas Tree
And lastly, why not add some seeds to grow your very own Christmas tree for next year? I absolutely love this idea, what a great way of getting the kids into gardening and excited for what next Christmas could look like. These are definitely going to be going in as a stocking filler for mine.
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I hope you now have a few ideas for your Christmas stockings and these will help you to get on track with your (plastic-free) shopping.
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