Father’s Day, 18th June 2017.
Giving a gift to someone you love is a magical experience.
Finding that gift can be horrendous.
Not simply because they may have everything or they may not know what they want, but also because of the impact these items can have on the environment. This Father’s Day, why not choose a gift that is ethically sourced as well as being unique and thoughtful.
Here’s our ethical gift guide to treat the father in your life.
Luke Drew This is a business that was born from a drawing Julie Cox’s son created for his dad. This unique, personalised gift ideas are a fun and sentimental way of showing a dad just how much he is loved. They are printed on organic cotton, Julie is committed to using organic, fair trade materials in the creations. You can have your picture printed on to an apron, cushions or bags. Last order date for Father’s Day is June 9th.
For the father that has everything, this is a great gift idea. Hand blended in a kitchen in Surrey, Boxwild have a range of gift ideas from this luxury bird lovers hamper through to subscription boxes delivered monthly direct to your door. Who doesn’t love sitting looking out at the birds arriving in our gardens?
These beautiful cushions have a secret compartment in their back to hide away a notebook. Created from silk and decorated with vintage and antique ribbons, these decadent cushions are a great gift. The idea came to Natalia after a lifetime of receiving tiny notes scattered around her everyday things from her husband. Add to this growing up in Paris and a love for letter writing, My Billet Doux fulfills both.
Made from recycled plant pots here in the UK, this eco moon phase clock is a great gift idea for the father that loves the night sky. This eco-friendly moon clock tracks the lunar cycle and is ideal for predicting tidal heights, peak gardening times and mood swings! Made from water-resistant materials this wonderful clock can go inside or outside, a wonderful gift.