Christmas Cards from Kenya

by: Tembo Trading Education Project

Category: Art, Greeting Cards


Fair Trade Christmas Cards, Individually Hand Painted

These cards are so gorgeous, the recipient will probably want to frame their present. The 5"x6" Christmas cards are individually painted and signed by the artist; they are not prints. Your set of three will depict Mary and Joseph traveling, the three wise men on camelback, and the manger scene. Each card is set against an African sky and backdrop. Each handmade greeting card is unique, with slightly different colors. Leave an impression: Buy your Christmas cards today.



Artist's Story

Peter Maina makes his primary living by selling hand-painted greeting cards to tourists in Nakuru, Kenya. Through the sale of his cards and other projects, Peter has purchased land and built a house for his family, as well as put all three of his children through school.

In Nakuru, Kenya malnutrition and lack of income have taken a toll on the people.Tembo Trading Education Project, a Jesus' Economy partner, is working to change this through a long-term investment in Kiboko Preparatory School and other efforts. This will provide future options for the people of Nakuru. Stories like Peter's mark the beginning of positive change for the people of this community.





Product Details

Dimensions and Qualities
  • Dimensions: 5x6”
  • Quantity: 3 or 6 pack
  • Individually hand painted and hand signed by the artist
  • Every card is unique
  • In your pack of 3 cards you will receive a depiction of Mary and Joseph traveling, the three wise men traveling, and the manger scene
Origins and Guarantee
  • Made in Kenya
  • Painted by Peter Maina via Tembo Trading Education Project
  • Ships from the U.S.
  • 100% money back guarantee, for up to 90 days


Fair Trade Product Features

Each card includes a brief biography of the artist Peter.

Each card also includes a description of how the sale of these cards has impacted Peter's life.

Creates a job in Kenya for Peter who is from an extreme poverty situation.

Part of the Jesus' Economy shopping model, benefiting developing world communities.






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