Street Hope, the artisan group that created each and every felt Easter egg, is comprised of women from the street, who begged during the day, prostituted at night with babies strapped to their backs to survive-- all 16 were homeless before they began sewing sweet felt for us two years ago.
We have thousands and thousands of these felt eggs, hand sewn by the women of Street Hope and we are hoping hundreds of shoppers like you and dozens of churches will make this Easter one that empowers impoverished women in Jesus name. What better way to celebrate His Resurrection?
6 filled felt Easter Eggs made in Kenya
Items inside eggs: Small Chocolate Bar by Divine, 3 Mini Chocolate Bars by Equal Exchange, Zambeezi Lip Balm, Beaded Keychain by Mayan Families, Finger Puppet by Azerbaijani Socks, Friendship Bracelet by Threads of Hope
Eggs assembled into a 6" x 3" basket made in Bangladesh. Your hand-woven basket made in Bangladesh from natural Kaisa grass. Kaisa is a wild grass used in Bangladeshi basket-making. Naturally light green, it dries to a very pale, almost tan color.
DESCRIPTION Our favorite soft unisex shirt is back and filled with hope. This shirt reads "hope hope hope" on the front in the colors of hope - seafoam, coral, white...
DESCRIPTION This earring was created in Haiti by our friends at Vi Bella. We think it pairs perfectly with the neutrals in our new Spring Line. This delicate seed bead...