A few months ago I was contacted by GlobeIn to do a giveaway for you all! Before accepting to do giveaways with organizations I always check up on them to not only see what they offer, but where they source their products from and how these products are produced. GlobeIn is a monthly subscription box which means that you pay a flat rate and receive goodies of a certain theme that you select, which sum up to a higher retail value than you pay. What I like about GlobeIn is that all the products in their "boxes" are purchased from the cooperative or artisan and sustainably made artisan goods, curated from around the globe, hence their name, globe in. :) Anyways, their boxes have different themes like baking essentials, a dinner party pack and even a laundry bundle. Each month a different theme is sent out, with all artisan made products! It's always exciting to be able to discover new artisan products being offered to the global market. I especially like the quality of all the products that came in this cozy bundle. The mug is simply gorgeous!!! I love how chunky the scarf is when it is worn, and as for the chocolate, well I gave chocolate up for lent so I can't have it just yet, however, I have had Divine chocolate (fair trade) before and it's yummy! The basket I don't have much use for because I am a container fanatic, however it will make excellent gift wrap. Cheers to that and to ethical fashion giveaways that aren't fast fashion hauls! Best wishes to everyone entering to win this bundle! :)
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Even if you don't win and want a box anyways, don't forget that you can use my coupon code for a discount. 25% off the first box of a three box series, just use the code below!
"Five hours from Oaxaca, in the town of San Pedro Jocotipac, Don Juan García and his family of artisan basket weavers sit together for hours a day weaving. With a dexterity passed down through generations, ancestry come to life in the tireless work of fingers, they fashion the palms into vibrant, multi-colored baskets.
Marquet Fair Trade Scarf :: Thailand
"Mrs. Sunthong, a member of the Ton Fai, or “Cotton Tree” artisan group, weaves products on a traditional hand-built loom using 100% locally-grown cotton. Whereas many rural Thai are forced to leave their families and seek work in the city to earn a secondary income, the weavers work on their craft between harvesting and planting season, integrating it into their farming lifestyle. Picture your scarf being woven by neighbors working together against the backdrop of their idyllic mountainside home."Divine Chocolate Cooperative Cocoa Powder:: Ghana
Le Souk Ceramique Mug:: Tunisia