Light Gives Heat. And I must say that although I hadn't heard of Light Gives Heat before I started this blog on purposeful spending that this was the concept that prompted me to change my spending habits and start sharing what I found.
Light Gives Heat is a non-profit based in Colorado that employs local artisans in Uganda, giving them a source of income.
Combine that with my heart for Uganda and ordering products from Light Gives Heat seemed a given. It only became a question of what. The choice was only made difficult by the beautiful selection they offer. I admit, I selfishly selected Christmas presents for ME, but hey it's for the blog and it helps lift families in Uganda out of poverty so it's all good right?
|Love the beautiful paper beads strung at the opening of the purse - |
these always catch people's eye and admiration.
I chose a purse and handed the package right to my daughter when it arrived and said "this is what you are getting me for Christmas, just confirm if it is pretty or not." Her response, "You will love it!" And I do. Not just because it's pretty, but the story of the woman that made the purse is printed on the inside. I enjoy showing that to people that admire my purse!
|Casual and stylish!|
|The multi-strands of this necklace are already done for you, |
taking all the guesswork out of how to layer them.
And as a Black Friday special I received a multi-strand paper bead necklace that is just gorgeous. The necklace was in a beautiful box. I not only love their products, I love their marketing and design style.
So yes, Light Gives Heat, it is all good.