This bracelet is a classic, with a combination of two types of beads, mud-clay beads, and recycled cereal boxes beads. -Raw and unprocessed clay is found in the central plateau region in Haiti, the clay is processed in-house by hand and the bead makers hand roll each bead. The alternating beads are made by recycled cereal boxes. The artisans take the cereal boxes, cut them into strips and roll them into tight paper beads, finishing it off with a protective vinyl.
Individually designed and handmade by an artisan in Haiti
Material: Mud-clay + recycled cereal boxes.
Every purchase of anElisha C.product is helping end poverty by providing artisans/producers a stable job, sending underprivileged children to school and empowering individuals to break the cycle of poverty.
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Papillon focuses on orphan prevention through job creation. While not only providing a job, this artisan group also provides a free daycare allowing workers to bring their children to work, guaranteeing their children's safety. Papillon is well known for their work with cereal box beads, and their mud-clay pottery.