Ethical holiday gifting made easy! This Holly Jolly Baby Gift Box includes an adorable, ethically handknit snowflake beanie by The Blueberry Hill; a fair trade elf stuffed toy by Pebble; a fair trade and organic bodysuit and pair of red pants by Finn + Emma; and the board book Christmas in the Manger, all attractively packaged in The Global Baby’s adorable gift box with red/green trimmings. With this gift box, you can rest assured that your gift will stand out and make a difference.
—Box: 12 x 14 x 4 inches
—The box is available in one size: 0–3 months. The bodysuit and pants are size 0–3 months (8–14 1/2 pounds, 21–24 inches in length) and the hat is size NB (0–3 months).
Your gift will be accompanied by a personalized card that describes its contents and impact:
SNOWFLAKE BEANIE BY THE BLUEBERRY HILL
Instead of being produced in a factory, this hat was hand-knit by the loving, careful hands of a mom, dad, grandparent, or friend working in the comfort of their own home, at their own pace, in the presence of friends and family in Shanan, China.
ELF STUFFED ANIMAL BY PEBBLE
This fair trade–certified elf stuffed animal/rattle was knit by hand by fantastic female artisans in rural Bangladesh. That means that the woman who created this toy for your baby was paid a fair wage, worked in a safe environment, and was able to support her own family without leaving her community.
BLESSING BODYSUIT AND RED PANTS BY FINN + EMMA
This sweet bodysuit and red lounge pants are made of organic GOTS-certified cotton and nontoxic, eco-friendly dyes in India. All Finn + Emma products are made under fair trade labor practices, providing workers, primarily women, with a living wage and safe workspace.
CHRISTMAS IN THE MANGER BY NOLA BUCK, ILL. BY FELICIA BOND
Your little one will love this simple, rhyming take on the Christmas story. Reading aloud is foundational for early literacy, and now is the perfect time to make reading aloud a part of your child’s daily life!
Every purchase made from The Global Baby also supports global literacy initiatives.