Give a handmade gift basket. Each item in our Oh Baby! Gift Basket provides employment, a fair wage, and social benefits to disadvantaged women in South Asia.
Serrv may substitute similar items at our discretion, based on availability.
- Two Hand-felted Curly Wool Lambs (Nepal)
- Handcrafted Paper Journal (Nepal)
- Handcrafted 4" x 6" Picture Frame (Nepal)
- Recycled Patchwork Cotton Sari Baby Blanket (India)
- Natural Grass & Cotton Basket with Lid (Bangladesh)
Two Hand-felted Curly Wool Lambs feature soft felt wool bodies and tuft tails. Includes medium lamb (5 ½"h) with white face and ears, and small lamb (3 ½"h) with tan face and ears; both with string for hanging. Your purchase allows low-income women artisans in Nepal to work from home, aided by a savings program, education for girls and medical care. Learn more about ACP.
Handcrafted Paper Journal (7"h x 6"w) features intricate gray Indian flower pattern printed on a saffron-colored background with ivory-colored elastic closure and interior. 52 pages.
Handcrafted Paper Picture Frame (7"h x 5"w) features intricate gray Indian flower pattern printed on a saffron-colored background. Holds one 4" x 6" photo.
Journal and picture frame are made in Nepal. Your purchase provides employment and fair wages for a worker-owned cooperative in Katmandu where profits help support girls’ education, anti-trafficking, AIDS awareness, reforestation, and other social programs. Learn more about Get Paper.
Recycled Patchwork Cotton Sari Baby Blanket (30"sq) features nine patchwork squares on the front, accented with India’s popular kantha stitching. Your purchase builds the skills and income of poor and marginalized artisans around Calcutta, enhancing their access to markets and reviving at-risk traditional crafts. Learn more about Sasha Craft Producers.
Natural Grass and Cotton Basket with Lid (10"h x 10 ½"dia) features soft three-ply white cotton laced around grass coils, basket rim, and knob. Inner lid is recessed to fit snugly. Your purchase helps extremely poor artisans in remote areas of Bangladesh create a sustainable income where few other options exist. Learn more about Dhaka Handicrafts.