Ecofriendly Christmas

Ecofriendly Christmas

Christmas is a time of year when we all want to be surrounded by the things that matter most. It’s important to create an environment where you can relax and enjoy yourself, but it’s also helpful to have a few ecofriendly touches as well. Here are some great products that will help you make your Christmas special while staying ecofriendly:

Serve with a wooden salad bowl

The wooden salad bowl is a great addition to any table. It's made from natural wood and hand wash only, so it's perfect for those who want an eco-friendly option. The spoon included with the bowl is perfect for serving up your favorite salads, soups or dips!

You can use any type of wood you want, but I recommend trying a hardwood like acacia, walnut or cherry. These look beautiful in your kitchen!

Use a wooden bread cutting board

You can also get a wooden cutting board if you're not in the mood to shell out the extra money for a nicer one. Wood is gentler on your knives, and it's generally easier to clean than plastic. Plus, they look so much better!

It's worth noting that if you're going to use a wooden cutting board for slicing bread, it will need to be seasoned (i.e., treated with oil). A good rule of thumb is that if there's no label on the box or container holding your bread cubes/loaves/rolls/etc., then they've been sitting around too long before being sliced up; take them out now and give them some time in an old soup pot full of olive oil until they become dark brown and shiny—this will keep them from sticking together when placed back onto their original containers later on down the road!


Natural kitchen scrub brush

These brushes are made from a combination of hemp and bamboo fibers, which are both natural and ecofriendly.

It is reusable. You can use the same brush over and over again without worrying about throwing it away after one use! Not only will a natural kitchen scrub brush be good for your health, it also helps reduce waste by keeping you from using disposable plastic items that end up in landfills (or worse).

The natural kitchen scrub brush is also good for your wallet too! Compared with other types of cleaning products on the market—including those made from synthetic materials—these brushes cost less than half as much per unit (which makes them even better value). And since they're reusable once washed out with soap or water, there's no need to keep buying new ones all year round either!

Handmade Jute Placemats

Jute placemats are made from natural fibers, which means it's durable and sustainable. These placemats are also handmade decorations and buying these are the perfect way to support local artisans, while still giving your guests something unique and personal. They’re also a great choice if you want to give an ecofriendly gift that will last longer than just a couple of days.

Decorations made out of wood or paper and painted by hand.

There are many different kinds of handmade decorations available online or at craft fairs, ranging from wooden toys and Christmas trees made out of recycled material like old milk jugs to whimsical paper chains made by artists in India and China who go through hundreds of layers before reaching what looks like lace on your tree!

It’s easy to make your Christmas more eco-friendly. And with a few simple changes, you can avoid the use of disposable paper products and other items that add to our waste stream. By using natural decorations and wrapping gifts in reusable materials, you can help reduce the amount of non-recyclable materials sent to landfills each year.

This will help keep these items out of our ecosystem and make them less likely to be consumed by animals or humans after they’re thrown away by us. You’ll also find yourself spending less money overall on decorations because all those artificial trees aren’t necessary anymore!

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