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Fair Trade Holiday Gift Guide

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1. Leather Tote handmade in Vietnam from re-purposed leather. $130
2. Handmade brass Leaf Necklace from India is only $14...we also have matching earrings if you want a set.
3. Super soft alpaca Fingerless Gloves (with a flap to make them mittens). $42
4. Handwarmers made by a women's cooperative in the hills of the Andes. You can also get these in a black and white stripe here. $25
5. The Sloan Cardigan will quickly become a favorite for your mother, sister, girlfriend...really anyone. $130
6. Plaid Patchwork Infinity Scarf helps support a small women's cooperative in Haiti. $32
7. Betty Apron made from recycled button down shirts. $45
8. These Diamond Earrings are on sale right now for only $14!

9. Finally the Huipil Clutch made from re-purposed traditional Guatemalan textiles. $30

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