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International Blessings, who kindly sent me this Box of Blessings to review, states that their mission is to empower 3rd world artisans by selling and promoting their handmade products, which then helps to create sustainable livelihoods and eliminate poverty around the world. Each Box of Blessings will have 3-4 pieces of jewelry or other handcrafted products made by impoverished people around the world.
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Everything was neatly packaged and in perfect condition.
The November 2017 Box of Blessings included the following items:
~Rock Candy Necklace ($14): This fair trade necklace is made by artisans from Thailand using locally sourced stones and waxed linen thread. The necklace is lightweight and all of the stones are slightly different, which makes each necklace unique.
~Tumbleweed Earrings ($14): Handcrafted out of sterling silver in Thailand. Proceeds from these earrings go to train and equip native artisans so that they may continue their craft. I know they are labeled tumbleweed earrings, but I think they would be ideal for someone who sews / knits as I think they look like a ball of yarn!
~Web Bracelet ($6): Handmade in Thailand with local stone, beads, and wood, and waxed linen thread. The bracelet is adjustable and just a gorgeous piece!
All totaled I came up with a value of $34 for the November 2017 Box of Blessings. That’s over the cost of the box and just about what I would expect from this type of subscription!