Heart Book Page Garland by Work of Her Hands from the Republic of Georgia

$5.00
  • recycled book page heart garland from the Republic of Georgia, fair trade garland, handmade

Heart Book Page Garland by Work of Her Hands from the Republic of Georgia

$5.00

Many Georgians wrap items in pages of books or use it to build fires. This ministry purchases the books and creates beautiful garland out of it. Each heart is made out of 3 pages. I love how the pages are written in Georgian script. This fun garland would look great at Valentine's Day, hung in your daughter's room year round, or hey you can even create an Insta wall! However you choose to use it, know that you are empowering women in Georgia with a much needed job. This garland has been made by Nado and Afsana. 

Dimensions: 8 ft

Work of Her Hands work with Azeri woman who live in Georgia. In the Azeri language, hands are frequently spoken of when talking about work. It is an honor to produce something good with your hands. Azeri women work hard inside their households but broken families and economic difficulties often leave them as the primary breadwinners. Work of Her Hands collaborates with these ladies to enhance and teach skills they can use to work from home. There are currently 10 ladies in this group.  

Empowering people, changing lives.


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Many Georgians wrap items in pages of books or use it to build fires. This ministry purchases the books and creates beautiful garland out of it. Each heart is made out of 3 pages. I love how the pages are written in Georgian script. This fun garland would look great at Valentine's Day, hung in your daughter's room year round, or hey you can even create an Insta wall! However you choose to use it, know that you are empowering women in Georgia with a much needed job. This garland has been made by Nado and Afsana. 

Dimensions: 8 ft

Work of Her Hands work with Azeri woman who live in Georgia. In the Azeri language, hands are frequently spoken of when talking about work. It is an honor to produce something good with your hands. Azeri women work hard inside their households but broken families and economic difficulties often leave them as the primary breadwinners. Work of Her Hands collaborates with these ladies to enhance and teach skills they can use to work from home. There are currently 10 ladies in this group.  

Empowering people, changing lives.