Large Recycled Sari Pumpkins by Asha Project from India

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  • Large Recycled Sari Pumpkins by Asha Project from India

Large Recycled Sari Pumpkins by Asha Project from India

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**Coming Early August! Get on the back in stock list so you will be notified when they arrive. This is a limited run- once we sell out, we are sold out! ***

We love when countries put their own spin on a classic! Introducing the recycled sari pumpkins. They come in 3 sizes and are simply adorable. Create your own pumpkin patch out of handmade one of a kind treasures. Each pumpkin provides 3 women with 1 hour of work. Due to the nature of sari, we will be creating color families. You may not get the pumpkin pictured in that color family but you will receive an equally adorable pumpkin in that color palette. Cleaning instructions: spot clean.

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Asha Project was created with a vision to empower women in India to help break the cycle of poverty that has a hold on their families and communities. It is led by women who themselves started out as a member. Asha Project not only wants to teach women how to be empowered, but also how to empower other women.

Empowering people. Changing lives.

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**Coming Early August! Get on the back in stock list so you will be notified when they arrive. This is a limited run- once we sell out, we are sold out! ***

We love when countries put their own spin on a classic! Introducing the recycled sari pumpkins. They come in 3 sizes and are simply adorable. Create your own pumpkin patch out of handmade one of a kind treasures. Each pumpkin provides 3 women with 1 hour of work. Due to the nature of sari, we will be creating color families. You may not get the pumpkin pictured in that color family but you will receive an equally adorable pumpkin in that color palette. Cleaning instructions: spot clean.

Dimensions: 

Asha Project was created with a vision to empower women in India to help break the cycle of poverty that has a hold on their families and communities. It is led by women who themselves started out as a member. Asha Project not only wants to teach women how to be empowered, but also how to empower other women.

Empowering people. Changing lives.