FULL GlobeIn March 2016 Spoilers (Master List) + Coupon
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GlobeIn has released more spoilers for the March 2016 boxes. Boxes are $35.00 month to month and filled with handmade items from all over the world. I love the quality of the items in my GlobeIn boxes. You also find out about where each items comes from and who made it.
The theme for the March 2016 box is “Memory“.
Memory goes backward and forward in time. As in, â€œRemember that time we…â€ and â€œDonâ€™t forget to…â€ Memory encapsulates our nostalgia for the past, our plans and dreams moving forward, and those pesky little to-dos that will get us there.
Each Memory Box will come with:
1) Undated Weekly Planner by Marie Mae Co. (Retail $18).
2) Wooden Photo Frame, Turkey (Retail $15).
3) Wooden Pencil Cup, Turkey (Retail $15).
4) Elephant Poo Bookmark, Sri Lanka (Retail $3).
5) Palm Leaf Basket, Mexico (Retail $12). Colors will vary.
Optional Add-On Product: Nose Eyeglass Holder, India. $12 with the Memory Box. (Regular Retail $18).
Coupon: For the next 100 subscribers, you can use the code MEMORIES to save $10.00 on your 1st box of a 3 month subscription. Save 25% on your first box of a three month subscription, just use the coupon SUBMOM.
Each Memory Artisan Box will come with… a Weekly Planner by Marie Mae Co. (Retail Value $18).
A stationery company, Marie Mae outsources design work as a way of supporting African artisan-entrepreneurs. Your planner was designed by Ewurama in Ghana. As a child, Ewurama made pictures from the terrazzo patterns in the floors of her home. Today, she is starting her own textile design company.
Meanwhile, in Rwanda, the Marie Mae Business school offers its students one hour of training per each product sold. One student, Xavera, dreams of becoming an independent businesswoman able to fund a complete education for her three children and see them, in turn, thrive professionally.
In the school, Xavera has developed the elusive and yet vital visionary qualities of the entrepreneur, such as the ability to identify hidden markets right under her nose. She and her coworkers soon plan to pitch local school leaders with the idea of their producing all local school uniforms for the next year. Pretty clever!
Made in the US. Designed in Ghana. Each planner provides an hour of Business School training for students in Rwanda.
Each Memory Box will come with…Wooden Photo Frame from Turkey (Retail Value $15).
Wooden frame production is Celebi Erturkâ€™s family business, and theyâ€™ve been at it for over 100 years, ever since his great-grandfather migrated to Istanbul from the poor, eastern city of Bagistas. Surely his great-grandfather would be happy to know that after all this time, Celebiâ€™s generation has recently opened a showroom and begun exporting to neighboring countries.
Although Celebiâ€™s business does not offer any formal training programs, he and his family make a point of giving a helping hand to individuals who wish to learn the craft. Currently, 50 craftsmen work in Celebiâ€™s atelier. Soon, his sons will open their own ateliers, carrying their family lineage both forward in time and outward into the community as a resource for those seeking to learn a trade.
Coupon: Save 25% on your first box of a three month subscription, just use the coupon SUBMOM.
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