As summer is just beginning to wind down, it may seem to early to start thinking about Christmas. However, this time of year is perfect for preparing gifts and giveaways for clients and employees before the holiday season comes in at full swing. With the joy and giving nature that is synonymous with Christmas time, thanking those who make your job and career possible is a great way to boost
Keep reading to see a list of ideas for eco-friendly and sustainable corporate Christmas gifts— all made from offcuts!
Sustainable products for those who are already planning for the new year
We all know those people—those who are always on the move to the next thing, planning every last detail to perfection. These type-A personalities enjoy organization. The following sustainable products are perfect for those people in your work life.
- File folders
Eco-friendly products for those who need a holiday getaway
The winter holidays mean traveling to visit friends and family, or going on that dream vacation before returning to work in the new year. With time off work, give the gift of easy travel with these next few eco-friendly items.
- luggage tag
- passport holder
- tote bag
- glasses case
Up-cycled products for those who could use a little “me” time
After working hard all year, people look forward to the downtime associated with the holidays. It is the perfect time to recharge and treat yourself before returning to the hustle of everyday life. These up-cycled products encourage rest and personal attention.
- toiletry/makeup bags
- coffee cup sleeves
- hair scrunchies and headbands
Treating those who help make your business run in the least you can do to show appreciation. These products can be mixed and matched to create full earth-conscious offcut gift boxes. Even add in an offcut photo frame as a place to put that goofy company Christmas party photo! Make this Yule Tide season more sustainable than ever with repurposing your textiles into beautiful gifts. Give back to the people and the planet this Christmas with the help of Kapdaa—The Offcut Company.
How are you planning to make your holiday season more sustainable?