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My Earth, My Home - Housewarming Hamper

 Includes Gift Box and Wrapping

Our life-giving planet nourishes us, gives us air to breathe, and offers us a place we call home. Through this box - My Earth, My Home - we recognise and celebrate the incredible beauty of the Earth captured through art. We've curated a collection of Australian botanical-inspired home gifts and treats that are nothing short of spectacular. Send this attractive earth-friendly box to family or friends moving into a new home or to a loved one who appreciates beauty and nature.
  • -Aboriginal Art Foldable Cotton Shopping Bag. Eco tote bag featuring Stephen Jupurrula Nelson's brilliant artwork named Janganpa Jukurrpa. Made by ethical and fair trade partners Better World Arts. This cotton bag is exceptionally handy as you can neatly fold it down and put it in your handbag or glove box. It's spacious, reusable and aesthetically appealing.

    -Organic Cotton Tea Towel, Gumnut. Enjoy the pretty design and feel of this 100% certified unbleached organic cotton tea towel by Earth Greetings. It's soft, colourful and durable. Designed by local artist Claire Ishino and screen printed in Australia with water-based ink. The fabric feels good to the touch and is made in India with GOTS-certified organic cotton.

    -A pair of sweet-smelling lavender sachets made by ethical and fairtrade partners Better World Arts. Ideal for eliminating stale odours from your wardrobe or linen cupboards. They come as a twin pack and feature the artwork of local artist Murdie Nampijinpa Morris. Each sachet is made from handmade paper that's made in India using recycled cotton scraps from the textile industry. They each contain 10g of Australian-grown organic lavender.

    -Beeswax food wraps by Nina's Bees. Handmade in the Blue Mountains. Prolong the shelf life of your fruit and veggies with these reusable beeswax food wraps made from 100% cotton, beeswax, pine resin and organic jojoba oil. They come in a range of Australian flora and fauna designs. Use them to wrap your sandwiches, cover the ends of cut cucumber and zucchini or place them over broccoli or a bread loaf to keep food fresh and contamination-free.

    -A witty pretty pack of untreated tomato seeds by Rosie Lou with planting instructions and a mini garden stake cutout.

    -Kara Meta Hot Chocolate by an indigenous-owned company Mabu Mabu. This product is creamy, decadent and bursting with flavour. You'll relish the nutty-coffee aroma of wattleseed along with aniseed myrtle. Packed in a recyclable aluminium tin.

    -Milk Chocolate Pecans. Fresh pecans perfectly coated in milk chocolate, lovingly made and grown organically in Byron Bay. They're gluten-free, paleo, low in sodium, and free from nasties. Simple, creamy, nutty and full of flavour. Barefoot Farm's pecans are rich in protein and antioxidants, making them ideal for vegetarian & meat-free lifestyles. This jar is a great-tasting treat and an excellent addition to any gift box.

    -A 20-serve gift box of Toil & Trouble's loose-leaf immunity-boosting tea. It's an enjoyable blend of Organic Echinacea, Organic Spearmint, Organic Ginger, Organic Lemongrass, and Organic Siberian Ginseng that will help put the pep back in your step. Strengthen your immune system's defences and improve your overall health with a cup of flavourful Immuni-Tea. Hand-blended in NSW in small batches and packed sustainably in home compostable packs.

    -Earth Greetings Greeting Card. This eco-greeting card features the artwork of local artist Claire Ishino. It's a beautiful botanical-inspired greeting card that's suitable for many occasions. Neutral colour palette to suit any gender. Blank on the inside with enough space for a lovely handwritten message. Printed on 100% recycled card stock.
  • Better World Arts (BWA) is an endorsed member of Fairtrade ANZ. They house a brilliant collection of Indigenous fine art and crafts that help artists and artisans build sustainable futures for themselves. Their innovative range of handmade homewares and accessories are fresh, stylish and always ethically produced. Each product—a combination of detailed Indigenous artwork and fine craftsmanship—is a true expression of Indigenous culture and storytelling. BWA supports both Aboriginal artists from remote Australian communities and traditional artisans living in the remote regions of Kashmir, Uttar Pradesh, Peru, West Bengal and Nepal.

    Nina's Bees is an award-winning boutique apiary in the Blue Mountains, NSW. Nina takes pride in creating clean skincare formulas with Australian-grown native essential oils and natural ingredients. She follows the National Organic Guidelines for Beekeeping and is actively involved in rehoming and raising bees. Her products are 100% natural and free from harsh chemicals and toxins. The company values sustainability. They avoid plastics in their packaging, use recycled boxes for mailing their items, and create zero-waste while manufacturing their products.

    Earth Greetings is an Australian eco-stationery company. Their cards are printed in Australia using vegetable inks on paper made from 100% post-consumer waste. They're also solar-powered and carbon-neutral. Their beautiful collection of cards and earth-friendly gifts are inspired by Australian flora and fauna. They support local Australian artists and donate 10% of their profits to organisations that care for wildlife, habitat and communities in need.

    Rosie Lou was created by two design and pun-loving sisters, Olivia and Camille. As enthusiastic earth-lovers, the Rosie Lou sisters understand that mass-producing paper can take its toll on our beautiful planet but they sleep easy at night priding themselves on producing products with minimal environmental impact. The earth-friendly stationery is designed and printed in Australia on 100% post-consumer recycled cards with vegetable-based inks. Their seed packs designed with witty puns let you connect to the people who bring meaning to your life, celebrating and appreciating all things big and small - while happily reducing your environmental impact.

    Mabu Mabu is on a mission to put Indigenous ingredients in kitchens across Australia. Their range of pantry items is titled ‘Kara Meta.’ In the language of the Meriam People of Mer Island in the Torres Strait, this means ‘my home.’ This hospitality and food business based in Melbourne is owned by Nornie Bero an Island girl - from the Komet Tribe of the Meriam people of Mer Island. As a professional chef for over 20 years in Melbourne and London, Bero is passionate about sharing the food culture she grew up with on the Islands. Her mission is to get native herbs, spices, fruits, vegetables, and sustainable meats in every Australian kitchen pantry.

    Barefoot Farms bring you nothing other than the best pecans that are carefully grown and processed on their farm in Eltham, NSW. They follow organic farming principles, managing their pecan farm biologically, without the use of pesticides. Their delicious range of sweet and savoury home-grown pecans is soy, dairy, and gluten-free. Great-tasting and perfectly aligned with their paddock-to-plate vision.

    Toil & Trouble teas are formulated by nature-lover and herbalist Alyssa. Her small-batch teas are hand-blended in NSW with local and organic ingredients wherever possible. Each box is packed with much love and care using simple earth-friendly materials. The tea blends are flavourful and satisfying, and you can enjoy them either hot or cold.