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Get your fair trade products by Christmas. Simply order today and select express mail. Choose from any of our fair trade products from Haiti, Guatemala, Brazil, Uganda, and Kenya.
*Please note that orders from Rwanda and Nepal will not be filled in time for Christmas.
This winter, JesusEconomy.org has hundreds of new fair trade products from all around the world. Check out these simple and useful golden baskets from Brazil. Carefully woven from locally sourced golden grass, or capim dourado, these baskets are lightweight, flexible, and beautiful—perfect for your knitting project, memorabilia from a favorite vacation, or an assortment of fruit on your table.
Made from natural and renewable resources, this fair trade basket is good for your home, good for the world, and good for the artisans that created it. Complete with a lid, this basket is a great option for storage around your house. The small size, with a diameter of 4.5 inches, would be perfect for spare change, or use the large one, with a diameter of 7 inches, to keep your collection of sewing buttons.
This large basket features beautiful braids in a traditional Brazilian design. At 14” x 10” x 5”, this basket is ideal for placing an assortment of fruit or flowers. Imagine it as a centerpiece at your holiday table!
This oval basket has a simple and modern design, and could be a stunning conversation piece in your living room. Use it to hold your T.V. remotes, or maybe some coasters and a box of tissues. And when your company asks about it, tell them about fair trade and how the basket empowers women in Brazil and is also kind to the environment.
Keep your hair bands and bobby pins in one place with these fair trade baskets. They are small and sleek, and can keep you organized. Support fair trade and buy a Brazilian basket today!
Shopping fair trade is responsible shopping. And if you’re a last minute Christmas shopper, consider giving one of these baskets as a gift! Be sure to select express mail at the checkout in order to get it in time for Christmas.
Still need that last-minute gift? We have you covered. Simply choose Priority Mail when you make a purchase today, and you'll get it by Christmas. Jesus' Economy has hundreds of new products this fall, including adding tons of new products within the past few weeks, and you'll be sure to find the perfect gift for everyone on your list. But today is the last day to order priority mail and receive your gifts by Christmas, so hurry!
This does not apply to our fair trade from Rwanda or Nepal. You can still order products from these countries, but your gifts will not arrive by Christmas.
Anyone who loves to be in the kitchen or who loves to entertain guests knows kitchen products are important. Having the right tools or table settings can make all the difference. That's why you or the chef in your life will love our kitchen line from Mayamam Weavers.
The artisan co-op, Mayamam Weavers, is a group of women from Guatemala who refuse to leave their home country and families behind to make a living. So they made a way to support themselves and their families while staying in their communities. They weave all of their products by hand on looms using different techniques and tie in their Mayan culture.
This table runner is made from sturdy, handwoven cotton. It's also machine washable and dryable, which is a big plus. Most table runners are delicate and need to be washed by hand which is tough to manage when after almost every time you use it, it has food stains on it. But this one? Throw it in the machine and you're set. It also comes in celery plaid and ocean plaid.
This sturdy handwoven cotton set comes in a variety of colors and patterns. The potholder features a loop for hanging, doubles as a gripper, and is lined with insulbrite. Both the towel and the pot holder are machine washable and dryable.
The Mayamam Weavers group handweaves a multitude of aprons, in a variety of styles, patterns, and colors. My personal favorite is the bistro style and you just know the chef in your life would love one of these styles to wear while they work in the kitchen.
These napkins come in a set of four with mitred corners and are 20" x 20". They are handwoven and come in a variety of bright colors and patterns that are sure to make your table pop.
These dish cloths are made with a hache weave which is perfect for working as a scrubbing dish cloth. It's also highly absorbent and features a twill hook for hanging. The dish cloths woven by hand come in many different colors and patterns and come two to a set.
Shop these kitchen products and more in our collection from Guatemala in our Fair Trade Shop.
Remember, there's only a few days left to order first class mail and receive it by Christmas.
Christmas shoppers please note: the last day to order Rwandan products in time for Christmas is December 18. Also, Jesus' Economy will be unable to ship Nepali products between the dates of December 16 to January 4.
You can never have too many bags. And we've got plenty to choose from in our Fair Trade Shop; whether it's purses, clutches, totes, or weekender bags. The artisan co-op, Mayamam Weavers, is a group of women from Guatemala who refuse to leave their home country and families behind to make a living. So they made a way to support themselves and their families while staying in their communities. They weave all of their products by hand on looms using different techniques and tie in their Mayan culture.
This weekender tote bag is perfect for a day trip or weekend away. Made from sturdy, handwoven cotton with a fabric liner so you know this bag will last you years to come. Also comes in Indigo Blue.
If you live near a beach or make it a regular summer vacation, you know a large, sturdy tote bag is a MUST. Handwoven with cotton canvas and lined with waterproof ripstop nylon, this is the perfect bag to hold all your needs for a trip to the beach.
Every woman has had that moment in her life where her purse or bag is in her way. Enter the beauty that is cross body bags that allow your hands and shoulders to be free. Made from handwoven cotton with an outside zipper pocket and interior slip pocket. Also, comes in Emerald Green and Cobalt Blue.
This backpack is made from 100% handwoven cotton both inside and out. It has a wide zippered pocket, side pocket, and fabric liner. The straps are also padded so that you don't get that pinch you experience with most backpacks. It also comes in Indigo Blue.
Find these and other great bags handwoven from Guatemala in our Fair Trade Shop.
There's only four days left to order first class mail and receive it by Christmas.
It seems like it was just summer, but now it’s December, and Christmas is going to be here before we know it.
Whether you’re looking for an ornament to spruce up your tree, some decorations to liven your holiday parties, or wonderful gifts to give, Jesus’ Economy has you covered. Our holiday collection is full of beautiful and practical holiday products that are ethically made, fairly traded, and leave a positive impact on the world and the people who made them.
Every Christmas tree needs ornaments to brighten it up. Each ornament can tell a story and be a part of the Christmas celebration. Here are some gorgeous ornaments that tell a story of hope—a story you can tell people when they ask where you got it. And while you’re shopping for your own tree decor, consider buying a few ornaments for friends and family. Tree ornaments make excellent holiday gifts, and here are just a few that are available in our holiday collection.
A Caribbean angel has alighted on your tree, sent directly from sunny Haiti!
This simple but stunning tree is handmade from recycled tin and brings hope to artisans and the environment.
A weaver uses natural fibers and traditional basket weaving techniques to craft each of these fun little baskets.
Hand embroidered in traditional Mayan design, this cloth ornament is bold and joyful.
These Christmas stars are more than ornaments. They are made by a Haitian artisan working to rebuild her home after it was destroyed in the 2010 earthquake.
Celebrate the season with these ornaments made from recycled glass and aluminum.
Artisans use Jacaranda branches to carve these charming little birds, which are similar in size to our Rwandan fire finches. They look beautiful clustered against the dark evergreen of a Christmas tree.
Each of these ornaments are intricately designed to add beauty and a story to your Christmas tree this season. Buy one today and change the world through fair trade.
Still need that last-minute gift? We have you covered. Simply choose Priority Mail today, December 20. Or, choose Priority Mail Express by December 22.
Today, December 19, is your last chance to get free shipping and have your order arrive by Christmas. Shop fair trade for your loves ones and save with free shipping.
Don't stress about Christmas. Place your order with Jesus' Economy instead.
Note: Between December 20 and 22, you can choose expedited shipping and get your order by Christmas. Expedited shipping is available at our usual price per pound rates. Please also note that the statements in this post are applicable to the U.S.; international shipping delivery dates vary.
Order by December 19 to Get Your Order by Christmas
We're making shopping Fair Trade easy this holiday season. We have added tons of new products to our catalog and we're offering free shipping! Make it a Fair Trade Christmas! Shop Fair Trade for your loved ones this holiday season. Join us in creating jobs for people overcoming poverty.