Thursday, December 10, 2015

Giving Back With World Vision Gift Catalog! #Giveaway

One holiday gift idea that I have enjoyed sharing with my readers for the past several years is World Vision's gift catalog. What a great way to give back during a season when more and more people are bit by the bug of materialism, and this time of giving turns more into a time of "What can I get?" When you shop the World Vision gift catalog, you are helping someone in need!



I received the Drops of Turquoise Jewelry set for review. This set comes with a necklace, bracelet, and earrings, and each piece is available separately in the catalog. These are handmade by artisans in Delhi, who are given the opportunity to support themselves and their families now. The necklace is honestly something that's more bold and eye-catching than I would normally wear. I tend to prefer the smaller jewelry that really isn't noticed much. However, I'm a turquoise fan, so I decided to try it out-and found that I really liked it! The turquoise adds that western touch I love so much, and I have enjoyed wearing the necklace and bracelet with various outfits. I have received multiple compliments on these pieces too! (I don't have my ears pierced, but the earrings are beautiful too-I'm passing these on to a friend).


World Vision has a large selection of gift ideas that will allow you to not just find gifts for your family and friends, but at the same time, help out those less blessed than ourselves. Jewelry, tote bags, and headbands are just a few of the beautiful handmade pieces you can order-check them out today!!


One of my readers will receive the Drops of Turquoise Jewelry Set!!
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12 comments:

  1. I like the Capiz Shell coasters and they would make a nice gift.

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  2. The Silver Vines Cuff would make a wonderful gift.

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  3. I would give the Capiz Shell Coasters, they are lovely.

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  4. I would gift the Balinese Multi Strand necklace.

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  5. I would really like the
    Vietnamese Tote
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  7. I like the Silver Vines Cuff.
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  8. The Vietnamese Tote is gorgeous and such a versatile gift. I'd definitely gift it.

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  9. I like the Guatemalan Head Band.

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