Decorating the Christmas tree is one of our culture’s most beloved Christmas traditions. In our home, we play Christmas music, drink sparkling grape juice, and reminisce about every single ornament. Whose is it? Where did it come from? The story behind each decoration is what makes this tradition so much fun!
Between the pumpkin spice lattes, the vibrant falling leaves, and all of the extra reasons to gather with friends and family, fall is filled with beauty. Every breath of fresh air, fall festival, cozy scarf, and laugh shared with friends reminds us why we love fall!
Fair Tribe is a proud supporter of many fair trade brands and one of my personal favorites and best sellers are "Zooties" little felt baby booties in that come in fun animal shapes. These cute little shoes and other felt fair trade decorative items (Christmas tree ornaments, baby mobiles) come to us via Fair Trade company Silk Road Bazaar. I recently met Andrew at the ABC Kids Expo and asked him if he would be kind enough to share the story behind Silk Road Bazaar the creation of Zooties on our blog interview series and he graciously accepted. Keep reading to learn more about...
Tito Medina belongs to the fourth generation of gourd carvers; his parents Eulogio Medina and Guillermina Salome, are from
Bring a piece of the animal kingdom to your holiday tree with these hand-carved tree ornaments inspired by the animals of land and sea.
Burning incense sticks is an ancient tradition in many cultures and for good reason, not only does incense bring beautiful scents into a room or space it also has a calming effect on the mind and body.