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Cool Tones Felt Garland

Frame a door, buy several and hang as garland, lay across a mantle or tablescape-this garland is versatile-come holiday time, trim the tree, naturally. This garland, hand-felted with handmade glass beads, is a stunning way to decorate sustainably. Forget disposable tinsel or garlands. Go eco-glam all the way. Handcrafted by artisans with TARA, working with hundreds of artisans: paying fair wages, providing medical insurance, interest-free loans and advances, a savings program, and skills training.

HANDCRAFTED IN INDIA

  • Materials: felt, glass beads
  • Note: Due to the handmade nature of each of the felted balls and glass beads, color, shape, and size vary, making each garland unique.
  • Measures: 82"L +1.5" hanging loops on either end, 10 felt balls, each approximately 1.4"D
  • Colors: Sage green, ivory, blue with blue and ivory iridescent beads
  • Handcrafted in India

SKU: 6897350

THE MAKERS

TARA Projects stands for "Trade Alternative Reform Action." Working in a 125-mile radius of Delhi, TARA is a fair trade program for community development and business. The organization enables hundreds of artisans who create some of the major handicraft lines of North India to sell their products internationally. TARA is one of the pioneering Indian organizations in the field of fair wages, non formal education programs for children and women, health and environmental awareness and further development for its member artisans. Artisan benefits from TARA include medical insurance, interest-free loans and advances, a savings program and skills training. Ten Thousand Villages has purchased products from TARA since 1986.
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Welcome to our global maker-to-market movement where, together with 20,000 artisans, we ignite social change. We create opportunities for individuals, families, and communities in developing countries to thrive through strong relationships, fair wages, safe working conditions, and sustainable practices.

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