This week I've been celebrating fair trade shopping, which is a win-win as it provides you with cute and tasty treats while AT THE SAME TIME as providing fair wages for an artisan in a poor part of our global community.
Click here to view Fair Trade Favorites 1.
Click here to view Fair Trade Favorites 2.
And, at last, the final installment. Our first items come from http://www.serrv.org.
Peacock tablecloth from India, $45
Nautilus serving platter from Bali, $45
three apothecary jars from India, $140
These look straight out of a Pottery Barn catalogue.
Can also be bought separately.
Children of the World mobile from Sri Lanka, $22
Noah's Ark wall art from Haiti, $75
Made from recycled steel drums and signed by the artisan who created it.
Brass inlay box from India, $32
Brass earrings from Bali, $19
Autumn tablecloth from India, $85
cloud mobile from Peru, on sale for $19
Inspired by the sky above the Andes Mountains
And now, moving on to our second fair trade vendor, http://www.ethicalsuperstore.com
Indian rosemary chocolate wood watch, 89 Euros
Organic and fair trade cotton baby playsuit, 11 Euros
And now to close our our fair trade favorites, our final vendor is http://www.oxfamshop.org.au.
globe desk accessory, handmade in Moradabad, India, $27
elephant ring holder from India, $11
I wish I could buy every single one. Let's purchase our gifts, home decor, jewelry, snacks, and linens from fair trade groups.