Christmas time is coming so ladies listen up. Direct your men straight to Jolica. OMGosh their jewelry is simply outstanding. They have so much to choose from it's hard to pick just one item. Have you ever heard of Jolica? I for one never had until I saw another blogger talk about it. It peaked my interest so I check them out and fell in love with what I found.
Each piece in our collection has been handcrafted by fairly trade artisans from around the world. They are proud members of the Fair Trade Federation. Jolica is a direct sales company which sells its products at home parties, through a network of independent gift consultants. You may also purchase online at they online shop.
The Jolica Foundation has partnered with cbm Canada and MEDA on a variety of projects, typically focusing on addressing those barriers which prevent individuals from supporting themselves or their family. These barriers may be related health issues such as blindness, malaria, or clubfoot, or cultural issues such as home-bound women in Afghanistan or Pakistan. Others deal with systemic issues such as the lack of appropriate education in Morocco. The Jolica Foundation is funded exclusively through the purchase of Jolica products.
Are you a stay at home Mom? If you are looking to make some exta income and love what Jolica has to offer, I encourage you to look into becoming a gift consultant. Fair Trade makes a huge difference is peoples live but that doesn't happen without sales and outstanding gift consultants. Please check out Jolica if love what they offer! (If I didn't already have a full time job I would consider doing it)
I was honored to review this delicate fair trade bracelet. Made in India it has cuts of peridot, garnet, and amethyst. I chose this bracelet because peridot is my sons birthstone, garnet is my husbands, and amethyst is my favorite gem. This stunning sterling silver bracelet is just awesome. The quality is amazing and it's so lightweight that at times I don't realize I am even wearing it.
I am not usually a bracelet person because I am on a computer all day and it generally hits my keyboard and annoys me. This bracelet didn't do that at all. It was roomy enough to where it could slide down my arm a bit without it bugging me. I have had so many compliments on the beauty of this and when I tell them it was made in India I always get the "Wow" from people.
I love fair trade products. They are all truly amazing artists and Jolica is such a great company that give back. Please check them out and consider a Jolica item for your Christmas list!
Jolica is giving one lucky reader a $50 gift certificate to spend with them. I wish I could enter. US Residents only. Ends 11/2. Good luck!
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