Thursday, March 22, 2018

Easter Gift Ideas for Kids from Trades of Hope

I'll be the first to admit that I'm not great at "curating" holiday gifts when it comes to Easter, Valentine's Day, and the like. I have friends who do a beautiful job and I'm always so impressed. This year, I want to put together something thoughtful for my girls that hopefully does some good elsewhere in the world. 

As a Compassion Entrepreneur for the fair-trade company Trades of Hope, they're my first go-to for thoughtful and unique ethical products. There are some really sweet products that they have right now and I think they'd make perfect thoughtful Easter gifts! 

Cottontail Cottage - India

Trades of Hope recently came out with the Cottontail Cottage, a soft cotton cottage that carries a bunny family of four, each holding a removable velcro carrot, plus a blanket and pillow.

The Cottontail Cottage is made by a group of women artisans in India, and not only does it support these women, but 10% of all sales provides birthday boxes to foster children in the U.S.

Available while supplies last! 


 Royal Persian Puppet Set - India

These sweet puppet sets are made in India of cotton and upcycled polyester. Each puppet dress will vary and measure 14 x 8.5. If your kids love puppet shows like mine do, they'll have fun with these. 

World Changer Coin Bank - Bangladesh

Made in Bangladesh from terra cotta, this sweet coin bank is great to encourage kids to dream big while they learn to save their coins! 

Turtle Backpack - Guatemala 

I bought two of these sweet turtle backpacks for my twins a few years ago and the LOVE them. Like LOVE. They make amazing gifts and each one is unique. This is one of my favorite Trades of Hope products, hands down. They're extremely well made and just so sweet!

Those are my favorite Trades of Hope kid's products this Spring! If you've never checked out the beautiful and unique fair trade items sold by Trades of Hope, I'd love to introduce you. Click through to my TOH page and let me know your favorites! 

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