Keep key losers organized with this metal rack ($18, MaZone, 63 Jarvis, 416-868-0330).
A kaleidoscope of LED colours pulse from this hedgehog Lovely Pet ($26, Propaganda, 686 Yonge, 416-961-0555).
Oprah included this melamine measuring-cup set in her favourite things this year. While audience members expecting a new set of wheels might have been underwhelmed, your novice chef should be satisfied ($22, Williams-Sonoma, 100 Bloor West, 416-962-9455, and others)
Tove Jansson's Moomin book is appropriate for the design-savviest comic geeks ($20.95, Type, 883 Queen West, 416-366-8973).
Complete your Halo 3 experience with this limited-edition wireless controller showcasing the killer artwork of Todd McFarlane, the man who stole your dreams of making enough coin drawing comics to buy the Edmonton Oilers. ($69.99 from Future Shop, 353 Yonge, 416-971-5377, and others).
Watch spinning Carmen dance ($24.99, Flatirons Christmas Market, 51 Front East, 416-365-1506).
Polish up a bike chain with Mountain Equipment Co-op's clear cleaner ($5.50, 400 King West, 416-340-2667).
A larger pup might be a good fit for the Play Ball series of tennis balls ($13, Timmie Doggie Outfitters, 867 Queen West, 416-203-6789).
Chillax with a soothing one-two punch - Avalon Organics Stress Relief Tote with lavender lotion, shower gel and a cute dried lavender sachet ($24.99, Big Carrot, 348 Danforth, 416-466-2129).
Keep your fingers toasty in recycled sweater mitts by eco fashion vet Susan Harris ($35, Distill Gallery, 55 Mill, 416-304-0033).
Rubik's Cube, unicorn, cassette tape, rainbow and Pac-Man charms ring Rat Girl's I Love The 80s bracelet ($25, the Rage, 13 Kensington, 416-588-5177).
Jumpstart conversation with these fair trade coasters made from recyled newspapers ($22, Ten Thousand Villages, 474 Bloor West, 416-533-8476, and others, www.tenthousandvillages. ca).
Who knew last night's takeout utensils could look this fine? This sexy chopstick bowl has been crafted from salvaged and sterilized chopsticks dyed in tea ($25.99, Grassroots, 372 Danforth, 416-466-2841, and other).
Ecoist large wallet from old signs ($30, 416-454-5650, www.greenisblack.ca)
Put a little twinkle in your sky with this fairly traded glass star tealight holder ($20, Ten Thousand Villages).
Greenies will love putting their pesticide-free wine down on these 100 per cent organically grown bamboo coasters ($18.99, Grassroots).
Mirror, mirror, who's the most fairly traded of them all? Why, this one made of dried leaves ($45, Ten Thousand Villages).
This styly and refined Susan Harris Xmas stocking made from reclaimed woollens will make Santa wanna up the ante ($45, Distill Gallery, 55 Mill, 416-304-0033).
Who said you can't eat well while portaging? Outdoor foodies will dig Mary Jane's Farm's Organic Curried Lentil Bisque camping meals ($7.25, Mountain Equipment Co-op, 400 King West, 416-340-2667).
Shield eyes from your sexy advances with this silk mask ($22.98, Lovecraft, 27 Yorkville, 416-923-7331).
Pick out an oversized vintage cocktail ring to match your ample seasonal bevvy ($15, Trove, 793 Bathurst, 416-516-1258).
Skip the potpourri and flowery room sprays in favour of Kobo's savoury olive blossom candle ($39.90, Ziggy's at Home, 794 College, 416-535-8728).
A pillow this cute just makes you wanna hug it. Plus, this Kim Kutner cushion is made with recycled fabrics ($42, Nathalie-Roze & Co., 1015 Queen East, 416-792-1699).
This simple birch clutch hand-crafted in northern Ontario is jammed with fragrant fair trade body treats and a loofah, all wrapped in biodegradable cellophane by Tashodi ($42, Organic Lifestyle, 87 Avenue Road, #260, 416-921-7317).