GIFT GUIDE: Plastic Free Christmas

November 21, 2018

GIFT GUIDE: Plastic Free Christmas

First it was plastic bags, then refusing straws and  carrying around ecoffee cups, and now Christmas is here we are still thinking about our plastic consumption. Check-out our great ideas to keep the polymers at bay:

Robot Rampage is the best game for the whole family. The aim? To get all of the robot pucks into the other square through the whole using the elastic. Based on the adult version of Pucket, this is a fast and frantic game and best of all folds into a travel box. £15

Tick the LEGO box without buying more lego with Brikkon this Christmas. Best-sellers include the Spaceship (£22), Castle (£16) and Treehouse (£15). We love the catapult that comes with the castle; perfect for flinging lego at sibblings! The laser cut wood can be painted too.

Little fingers will love these wooden puzzles. The aim is to transform the Robot, Astronaut, Emperor or Alien into a cube. Perfect for stocking fillers or table gifts at only £8.

Don’t underestimate the joy of new clothes for boys! They like to look cool too. These dog on a skateboard hoodies (Available in navy and burgundy, £30 ages 3-15) have fast become best-sellers and not only are they hand-screen printed in Bristol, but they are made from 100% organic cotton so you can feel good about buying them!

And if that wasn’t enough –We will send any of the above without any plastic.

 





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