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Biodegradable Felt Stag Christmas Decoration

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Seeking a sustainable Christmas? Check out our charming hand-made stag decoration, which ticks both biodegradable and fair trade boxes.

Made from top-quality sheep’s wool sourced from New Zealand, this is a completely natural by-product which is processed to the highest environmental standards and always cruelty free. As the decorations are handmade in Nepal, these artisan methods are far more environmentally friendly, as they require no machinery and therefore the production of the decorations are entirely pollution free!

This thoughtful Christmas decoration for animal lovers is a lovely investment piece for homes and Christmas trees, which can be re-used time and time again, then safely recycled without harming the planet.

The majestic stag creature who is undisputed King of the forest, will make a unique statement piece on any animal lovers Christmas tree. 

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