Children’s Gift Set
Looking for a unique gift to give to your young kids? Whether preparing for the kids to go back to in class learning, or getting ready for more virtual learning…any kid would love to receive these school gifts throughout the year.
- (1) Handmade Stuffed Animal: Choice of elephant, giraffe, or lion. This cute toy is made of colorful African wax fabrics, embroidered with felt pieces and embellished with beads and tassels.
- (1) Children’s Pencil Case: A beautifully hand stitched pencil case. Perfect for school or just keeping all your little one’s pens and pencils in one place.
- (1) Writing Notebook: This beautifully designed fabric notebook is perfect for capturing stories and drawings for your little ones. The dimensions are 14cm x 10cm and consist of 40 unlined pages.
Gift items may differ in style or color depending on seasonal availability. Gifts typically ship within 3-5 business days. Please allow at least one week for delivery. If you need your gift on or by a specific date please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will work with you to make it happen!
Meet the Artisans
At Colorful Minds, we believe that our partnerships are far more valuable when we can interchangeably contribute to multiple causes. Our artisan groups that we support in this gift set provide work opportunities for hearing impaired individuals and artisans with disabilities in Iringa, Tanzania and support individuals with Down Syndrome. We celebrate Neema Crafts and Imperfect Creations.
James works at Neema Crafts and makes animal toys and cushions. James became hearing imparied before he was one year old and communication was always challenging. James loves making stuffed animals at Neema Crafts and says, “I pray to God that I will continue working here as I enjoy it so much and it is a place that makes me happy.” Faith-Christina is a talented young woman with Down Syndrome who loves making quilts, blankets, and many other beautiful handmade items. These blankets have now become a symbol of hope and inspiration to show that there is no limit to childrens’ possibilities.