The next few days are probably the last to order online for a Holiday deadline. Check these out:
Show someone you believe in them with the "Believe" Heart Necklace from heart-ist Debbie Marie Arambula. The solid sterling silver "Believe" pendant was inspired by her "Believe" Heart Art painting which was unveiled in March at Race for the Cure at Dodger Stadium. A portion of proceeds will go to Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
There's nothing more special than giving a gift from your travels, and Ten Thousand Villages offers you an opportunity to shop in a global bazaar without ever leaving your couch. A mecca for handcrafted products and the artisans who create them, it is one of the oldest and largest fair trade organizations, and has won numerous awards for its commitment to social and environmental responsibility.
Deeply moved by an awareness of the global fight against HIV/AIDS, visual artist Julie Weaverling has created "The Inspire" series of encaustic paintings as a way to contribute to the cause. Positive messages like Imagine, Love, Peace, Joy, Hope, and Dream are carved into layers of encaustic and accompanied by a Braille translation to "feel" the inspiration.50 from every painting goes directly to KeepAChildAlive.org.
Purchase with Purpose at iSanctuary, where one-of-a-kind jewelry is made by survivors of human trafficking -- who also benefit from sales. Each piece is unique -- from dramatic chandelier earrings to stunning rings and necklaces inspired by bespoke designer Tamsin Francesca.
Beads for Learning bracelets from The Leakey Collection make a perfect teacher gift or stocking stuffer. Maasai artistans use remnants of native Zulugrass to design vivid, one-of-a-kind strands which can be wrapped around the wrist three or four times, creating a rainbow of hope. 100 percent of profits go toward paying teachers' salaries in rural Kenya.
Love, Peace, Faith and Joy during this Holiday season.
Enjoy all the moments.