Pip Ethical Gift Guide

Pip Ethical Gift Guide

Pip Ethical Gift Guide

The silly season is almost here, and the team at Pip are here to share their sensible gift ideas from the Pip Shop with you. Get inspired and feel good about the gifts you give with our ethical gift guide.

 

Consol Solar Jar Lantern $44

Peta, our super Advertising Manager will be giving these gorgeous glass solar lanterns this year:

“I have two, I take them camping, have them by the steps at the door at night for visitors, have them the table for alfresco dining instead of candles. They are strong, the light creates a nice ambiance and they are a gift that lasts.”

 

 

Pip Kitchen Garden Calendar $14.95

Maude, calendar contributor & Pip Online Communications faerie, will be handing out copies of the 2018 Pip Kitchen Garden Calendar:

“It’s a beautiful calendar, and this year it includes a handy “sow when” poster and moon planting guide. Plus the recipes are all really yummy, and it’s perfectly priced for Kris Kringling and teacher gifts!”

 

 

 

Bee Friendly Gift Pack $99

Shop Manager Tess is a sucker for all our gorgeous gift packs, but her top pick goes to the bee friendly pack featuring a bee tea towel, book, beeswax wraps, calendar all wrapped up in our beautiful Issue 4 bee bag.

“I love a good gift pack, so I’m lusting after our Bee Friendly Gift Pack. I’m in plastic free love with Honey Bee Wraps and it has so many other Bee themed goodies to get excited over.”

 

 

Milk Thieves Earrings from $16

Pip editor Robyn & shop manager Tess will be gifting these gorgeous handmade avocado Milk Thieves earrings this year.

“These are just too cute and I’m a sucker for anything hand made with a lil’ kitsch factor,” says Tess.

Maude reckons you’ll love the other designs too…

“They’re perfect for gardening fanatics who already have their tool cupboards, brains and bookshelves full!” (Hint, hint Maude’s family…)

 

Japanese Secateurs $80

Robyn’s second pick for 2018 are these lovely Kiyoduru Japanese Pruners, new to the Pip Shop!

“What a thing of beauty! These traditional Japanese branch pruners are made by hot forging, are heat treated and ground to a mirror finish.”

 

 

 

Whole Larder Love $29.99

Tess recommends this lush book of words and recipes from Rohan Anderson with a reader warning…

“Warning: this book elicit’s drooling and hunger pains. Delicious, through and through!”

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pip Gift Subscription from $33

Robyn’s final pick is a gift subscription for Pip!

“I might be biased but a subscription, there’s nothing better than a present that keeps on coming.”

Plus you get to introduce your friends and family to the wonderful world of Pip!

 

 

 

 

 

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