This refillable journal has a world map embossed on the cover. The leather used to create the cover is also “cruelty-free”, which means that it came from animals that died naturally.
This is a fair trade item handcrafted by artisans in India. The artisans make the paper by hand by collecting scraps of cotton from the textile industry. They turn this waste into a pulp and in turn create the rich-texture paper. This means that the paper is 100% tree-free and environmentally friendly.
Wasim was born and raised in Sanganer village, in west Rajasthan, India. His family has been in the paper making industry for over 80 years, and he inherited the art from his elders. Made from recycled cotton rags, the raw paper is then converted into beautiful products such as journals, albums and other types of social stationery without the aid of heavy machinery.
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What is Fair Trade?
Fair Trade is a market based approach to solving social, economic and environmental injustice. Under Fair Trade standards, producers in developing countries are afforded economic opportunities to better their living conditions and have more control over their own lives. At the same time, environmental sustainability is given high priority as a key element in growth for current and future generations. Learn more about Fair Trade >
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