The Round Recycled Newspaper Trivet is a welcome item in the kitchen, serving as a reminder that we all can make a difference through recycling. Our hot mat is beautifully handmade by Fair Trade Artisans who reuse earth’s resources with recycled newspaper. Handcrafted by artisans from Women’s Cooperative in Baguio City, Philippines using an innovative process, the women turn old newspapers into new products by wrapping the paper into coils and forming them into spiraled building blocks.
Trivet- Recycled Newspaper Trivets made of recycled newspaper - topselling item for 8 years. This trivet is made from a strand of straw from a broom; wrapped in newspaper and coiled into a unique shape using the creativity of colors by individual artisans from this Fair Trade group in the Philippines. Once the design is complete the trivets are brushed with a lacquer and can withstand heat and are extremely durable. We use them as trivets, coasters and just for decor in all areas of…
Ethiopian Hope Earrings To create our elegant Fair Trade Ethiopian Hope Earrings, artisans in Ethiopia collect bullet casings left in the earth from the Eritrean-Ethiopian war and turn them into beads. The beads are strung at a Fair Trade workshop that provides jobs to artisans with HIV/AIDS, providing them a steady source of income so they are able to support their families and afford the medical attention they need. #fairtrade #earrings #hope #ethicalfashion
Recycled Newspaper Trivet Our Trivets or Hot Mats are made of recycled newspaper - a topselling item for 12 years! They are perfect for a Pan Scratch Protector as it is perfect for all Non-Stick cookware, stoneware, glass & ceramic bake-ware.
Bike Chain Bowl How fun are these? This Bike Chain Bowl is spot on for the industrial look . No matter if you are living in an urban area or the country side this is sure to be a conversation starter. For cyclist, re-cyclist or up-cyclist in your life! The producers of this recycled bicycle chain bowl are part of a Fair Trade non-governmental organization (NGO) founded in 1986, providing help to about 100 artisan groups involving more than 600 people.