Eco-Friendly Gift Ideas for Moms

Eco-Friendly Gift Ideas for Moms

It's no secret that gift-giving tends to include a lot of waste, i.e. tissue paper, wrapping paper, ribbon, etc. Often times too, the gift we give wasn't constructed in a sustainable or environmentally friendly way! This year, we wanted to share some eco-friendly gift ideas. Without further ado, here are a few eco-friendly gifts to give to mom this Mother's Day. 


Find the perfect piece of jewelry for the mom in your life by shopping our handpicked pieces of jewelry. Each piece is handmade by a female-owned business right here in the US. There are so many different pieces for the different types of mom, each one a perfect addition to any jewelry box. 

sustainably made jewelry

Reusable Cleaning Supplies

From reusable cotton squares to paper towels, we have you covered. You can choose the perfect pattern to represent your mom with our wide selection of reusables! We even have reusable Swiffer Pads in curated collections, or our limited edition Swiffer pads over on the Tiny Yellow Bungalows website! 

Soy Candles

We have a handful of amazing hand-poured soy candles! They come in beautiful tainted glass jars that can be reused once they are empty. Say goodbye to the harsh paraffine chemicals in store-bought candles, and stick with something natural and chemical-free. 

 Self Care Items

If you know a mom who needs a break, collect some amazing zero waste and handmade items to create an at-home spa day! We love an amazing selling soap, such as Bali Flowers one from the Tiny Yellow Bungalow! From there, you could add in your favorite face wash, toner, and face mask. And what would pair better with that one of our beauty kits? You can also shop our cotton squares and hair scrunchies separately as well. 


Any gift you give is perfect as long as it comes from the heart. And remember, not all gifts have to be physical products. You can give experience gifts as well! A day at the spa, a gift card to their favorite place to eat, etc. 

What are some of your favorite eco-friendly gifts you have given or received?


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