Looking for a few last minute gifts the week before Christmas? We’ve got you covered. Check out our top nine ideas for last minute gifts that give back under $50, from travel tins to gift sets to artisan candles! Be a gift giving rockstar this holiday. Remember, place your order before midnight on Wednesday, December 19th for guaranteed in-time-for-Christmas delivery!
1. Wise Owl Ornament & Votive, $26
This owl ornament (carved & painted in Peru) is so adorable, it’ll be added to the tree the moment it’s unwrapped!
2. A Good Long Soak Bath Set, $46
Everything she needs for a relaxing bath, nestled in a gorgeous basket made by Rwandan women!
3. Cheer & Change, $19
Christmas tree-shaped chocolates the whole family can enjoy by the light of your candle.
4. Your Good Fortune Spa Set, $42
A socially conscious way to pamper your loved ones this winter.
5. Recycled Beer Bottle Candle, $18
One of our most unexpected vessels. Cheers to giving gifts that are good for the environment!
6. Shimmering Stones Bracelets & Votive, $34
A beautiful set of glass bead bracelets handmade in India destined to become her favorite accessory.
7. Eva Handpainted Bowl Candle, $24
Our popular handpainted bowl candles from Kashmir are now available in red and turquoise!
8. Peace Prosperity & Opportunity Travel Tin, $15
Three wicks means triple the glow in this lightweight travel tin candle.
9. Red Blossom Meets Rooibos Tea Set, $40
Beautiful ceramics from Vietnam and warm, fragrant African rooibos tea from Numi Tea are a perfect pair.
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