Boom. You have a gift to buy but not a lot of money. No worries! Whether you're looking for a stocking stuffer or participating in a gift exchange, we've got 20 gifts under 20 dollars to impress everyone on your list (without breaking the bank)!FIRST ROW
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2 Goat Milk Skull Soap, $8 from I Am Home (Etsy): Super weird handmade soap cast from a real raccoon skull — perfect as a quirky stocking stuffer.
3 Wine Ring Wine Tote, $15 from LEIF: A cheeky reusable cotton canvas wine tote.
4 The Garden Primer, by Barbara Damrosh, $12.89 from Amazon: From our list of the best organic gardening books, this is a great reference book covering the basics of gardening.
5 2012 Lexicon of Sustainability Calendar, $18 from The Lexicon of Sustainability: A limited edition photographic guide to the basic terms and principles that define sustainability.
6 Porcelain Mason Jar Votive, $15.95 from EcoElements (Etsy): Adorable handmade translucent porcelain mason jar replica; comes with one jar and one unscented votive candle.
7 Acorn Cap Candles, $12.60 from Pretty Dreamer (Etsy): A charming set of 24 tiny acorn caps filled with 100% beeswax — they even float in water!
8 Avenir Woodsie 11 Folding Bike Tool, $12.73 from Amazon: A great stocking stuffer for the cyclist in your life, the Woodsie features 11 tools in one tiny wood finished handle.
9 Source Toothbrush, $6.95 (or 18.77 for 3) from Radius: These are no ordinary toothbrushes. The long-lasting handles are made from your choice of recycled flax, dollar bills or wood, comes with replaceable heads, and is reversible for right or left-hand use.
10 Air Plant, $2 and up from Air Plant Supply Co: Air plants are awesome, they don't need soil so they can be placed in or on just about anything, and if you're lucky you'll find one with beautiful flowers.
11 Apartment Gardening by Amy Pennington, $12.89 from Amazon: A great urban gardening reference for beginning and experienced gardeners, this guide is full of tips, recipes, DIYs and illustrations.
12 Triangles Tea Towel, $18 from Leah Duncan: An adorable triangle pattern printed on 100% organic fair trade cotton.
13 Butcher Pig Diagram Felt Coasters, $16 from Renegade Handmade: Industrial felt coaster sets are screenprinted by hand, one at a time, and cut into four pieces. More diagram designs available at Girls Can Tell.
14 Recycled Juice Glass, $6.60 from LEIF: Perfect for a cup of OJ, these glasses are made from gorgeous recycled Moroccan glass.
15 Wooden Bookmark, $6.32 from Bliss in a Cup (Etsy): Handmade bookmarks made from pieces of scrap veneer and embossed with your choice of charming vintage style images.
16 Elm Log Dish, $20 from Small Stump (Etsy): Handmade log dish made from salvaged elm and coated with mineral oil and beeswax.
17 Farmer's Market Basket, $14 from Anthropologie: Cast in stoneware from real containers, this is a great gift for the foodie who has everything. Dishwasher and microwave safe.
18 Batik Coffee Scoop, $10 from LEIF: Great for a coffee lover, these scoops are handmade from olive wood and recycled bone.
19 Govino Wine Glasses, $12.95 from Govino: Perfect for a fancy picnic, these ergonomic wine glasses are BPA-free, shatterproof, reusable and recyclable. Available in three designs in sets of 4.
20 Wildflower Seed Bomb, $14 from UncommonGoods: Each reusable muslin pouch holds five seed balls made from clay and worm castings to enrich depleted soil.
2011 Green Gift Guides
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