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Girl's Mini Heart Purse - Mudcloth Indigo

Made by GAIA

$ 44.00

Show some love for your little one with this lovely little heart-shaped bag. Handmade, hand-woven with recycled fabrics, and from the heart, it's just the right size. Each purchase supports GAIA artisans in the United States.

    Fair Trade Girl's Pom Pom Mini Heart Purse | Mudcloth Indigo

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    Details

    • Approximately 7" wide x 6" tall; 15" strap
    • As with all handwoven items, variations will occur

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    RETURNS

    If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase or fair trade gift, please contact us before mailing products back at orders@thelittlemarket.com. Any taxes charged will be refunded in accordance with state laws. Shipping charges are nonrefundable, and return shipping fees may apply. A 10% restocking fee will apply. Returns are accepted within 30 days of the date that you received your order.

    Please allow up to 2 weeks for us to receive your return and process your request. Refunds will be issued in the original form of payment for the cost of the product plus taxes. If the item was a gift, we will issue store credit for the return. Unless your order arrived damaged, shipping costs for returns are the responsibility of the customer.

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    About The Artisans

    About The Artisans

    Gaia

    GAIA’s mission is to empower marginalized refugee women living in Dallas, Texas through employment, encouragement, and dedication to their long-term success here in the US The refugee women transform vintage and artisan-made textiles into home and and personal accessories, with a focus on sustainability and quality design. Through a living wage and continued training and development, GAIA’s goal is to help lead these resilient women to financial independence and self-sufficiency.
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    The Technique

    The Dallas team creates designs that are based on the artisans’ skills. For example, some of the women have sewing skills, and they can often sew from home with smaller machines. Other women will work on making jewelry based on GAIA’s designs. Most of the vintage and recycled textiles come from throughout the world, such as Africa, Guatemala, Mexico, and Thailand, while GAIA’s exclusive designs are hand-woven by artisans who are located in India.
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    About The Country

    United States

    The United States of America is the third largest country in the world. ‘The land of the free’ is also the third most populous, and the most diverse country in the world. America owes this diversity to the abundant and continuous waves of immigrants, who have brought their own cultures and traditions to a vast new country. As most of the early settlers were of European origin, the country was distinctly European in customs, arts, music, and cuisine even before becoming an independent nation. However, with the new influx of immigrants from other parts of the world, the U.S. culture is now influenced by Native American, African, Polynesian, and especially Asian and Latin American. These immigrant populations have transformed American society into a truly multicultural and multiethnic mosaic. These many layers of diversity are reflected in the vast variety of artistic styles and hand-craft work. American artisans work with traditional craft materials and processes such as woodworking, textiles, metalworking, glassblowing, ceramics, etc.
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    About Fair Trade

    About Fair Trade

    Fair Trade Products

    Fair Trade is an approach to international trade centered around equitable partnerships, transparency and respect. It seeks to empower marginalized producers by providing them safe working conditions, fair pay, and a means to establish a sustainable business free from exploitation. As a member of the Fair Trade Federation, we are committed to the Fair Trade principles.
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