Recycled Magazine Guiding Star Ornament
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Countless colorful magazine pages otherwise destined for landfills are rolled up and pasted together to create a delightful -- and eco-friendly -- star ornament for your holiday decorations. A fabulous conversation starter and a great way to generate an extra donation for an orphanage in South Vietnam.
- Recycled magazines
- Approximately 7.25" H x 4.25" W (18.4 x 11 cm)
- Handmade in and fairly traded from Vietnam
Due to the handmade and recycled nature of this product, no two will be alike. Please allow us to choose for you.
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- January 3, 2016
Beautiful gifts for on top of my Christmas packages. So colorful, and each one is just a little different due to the materials. All of the guys who were recipients were grateful they are fair-traded and help the Animal Rescue. I wrote the name and date on the ornament on either side of the hanger for personalization. Will buy again!
- December 31, 2015
This is such a pretty ornament. It actually looks better "live"! Love it!
- December 30, 2015
I've purchased these before. They are beautiful, well made and I love that the materials are recycled. I give these stars as gifts and my friends are delighted with them.
- December 29, 2015
Well made and colorful. Wonderful addition to our tree.
- December 27, 2015
Very nice! Everyone loved the recycled ornaments!
Artisan: Tiger Lily
Located in the Phu Nghia sector of Vietnam's Ha Tav province, Tiger Lily is a company with a difference.
In an area with burgeoning air and water pollution, Tiger Lily values reducing, reusing, and recycling, and preserves trees and ponds inside its grounds. Instead of being thrown into landfills, old magazines and newspapers are re-purposed into beautiful and functional pieces of home decor.
Tiger Lily's designs fuse traditional Vietnamese design elements, such as bamboo, rattan, and lacquer, with a Western sense of aesthetics. The artisans' high levels of skill and patience is evident in every piece.
"As this kind of product becomes popular in Western countries, it means that more chances of jobs and improving their lives."
As a small, community-oriented company, Tiger Lily hopes for a bright future bringing new life to old materials, and fair trade wages to skillful artisans.
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