To 60s & Further
COMING IN 2013
Some examples of appropriate gifts may
include, but not limited to:
* products with little or no packaging,
* products made from natural ingredients and
* products that are made with little or no
Finding these gifts can be FUN and challenging,and their rewards
especially when the person you're shopping for is AWARE!
Many of these gifts save valuable water, energy
not to mention other natural resources.
When searching for gifts for Free Spirits,
some traditional ideas include organic teas
energy saving light bulbs,
soaps and personal care products,
natural fiber clothing,
bus passes (if they live in the city),
an assortment of really good incense,
and favorite Films-
house plants, and compost bins.
60s Music Store | Incense
Store | Herbal
Soaps | Nag
Tarot & Oracle Cards | Runes
Oils | Smudge
| Posters/Prints | Store
& Ritual Supply Store
60s Art Bookstore
The Beat Generation Bookstore
Some unique and more personalized
Free Spirit gift ideas include:
recycled wine glasses,
memory boxes made of recycled paper,
picture frames using recycled materials,
Hand made pillows out of India
print tapestries or some groovy fabric.
organic herb garden kits, and
or India tote bags.
And then there are products made
Yes, I know they are known to be very expensive...
please visit our Clothing
Designers for some
incredible deals on hemp jewlery and clothing.
environmental benefits of hemp are incredible.
Hemp can displace traditional cotton,
which is grown with massive amounts of chemicals
and is extremely harmful to people and the environment.
Hemp fibers have proven to be stronger,
more absorbent and more mildew resistant than cotton.
In addition to clothing and linens,
hemp is also used in oils and body care products, foods and papers.
Try to remember to shop locally first.
Gifts that promote environmental awareness
are readily available at local natural products stores including ,
Your Local Food Coop, Whole Foods,
Wild Oats Natural Markets, and Trader Joe's.
Many things can also be found on the Internet.
Finally, try wrapping your gifts in recycled
paper or magazines.
Recycled bows and ribbons can add finishing touches
or use alternatives such as yarn, twine, shoelaces, and scarves.
, Art Prints, Calenders, & T-shirt Galleries
Books, CD's, and DVD's