Every item in your home has some story or reason you have it. But over the years, I find the ones that have a positive meaning, or have given back mean a bit more. This year, we’ve partnered again with World Vision to feature one of their great gift options, and it’s really a beauty.
World Vision sent us one of their Upcycled Artisanal Bowl that was hand made in India. The bowls are created from scraps of metal and wire and soldered together into beautiful pieces of art. The bowl we received was oblong and was created with round and tear drop pieces of metal. The design was organic almost like a large leaf creating a beautiful sense of movement and art.
Besides being a gorgeous item for the home, the World Vision Upcycled Artisanal Bowl makes the perfect gift for anyone on your list. Purchasing the bowl also helps give back to the community where it was made. 84% of all the money donated to World Vision goes back into the communities that create the products and help lift families out of poverty throughout the world.
World Vision has a wide variety of gift options in their catalog, all that are perfect for the holiday season. Give a gift that will be loved, and help give back where it is needed most. We love this beautiful bowl, and World Vision is giving one of our readers one as well. Read how you can win one below!
How Can You Win?
Enter to win with the form below. What is your favorite way to give back during the holiday season? or What is your favorite gift you’d like to give or purchase from the World Vision website? If you do not do this entry – you will not win! So make sure you leave a comment and then enter using the form below!
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