These handmade leather journals make a perfect gift for anyone who likes to write or sketch.
Handmade with love in Haiti ♥
"The Haitian Leather Journal is made by 2nd Story Goods, a community of impassioned women and men working to design and produce beautiful products that do good, are good and look good. They are based in Jubilee and Gonaives Haiti, and provide life-giving jobs that instill wonder, dignity, and connectedness between their artisans. They believe in building a company that benefits the community where it is planted by investing in their employees to bring positive change, model leadership qualities, and empowerment to future generations. "
Available in 3 different sizes and 2 different cover options including sheep and goat leather
Here's our favorite journal with double the impact!
We love products with multiple causes. Not only is this journal made in the USA, but it was made in collaboration with Dot Products, a school supply company changing lives for children in developing country by funding a day of school with every sale! Not only will you be funding education through Dot but you will be empowering women in Rwanda and Costa Rica, helping them provide for their children and seek a better future for themselves and their family!
You never know where He will lead, but we know that following will be the greatest journey of all.
We can all agree that there needs to be more cheer in our world, right? Celebrating achievements or thanking a friend through cards can spread more joy in our relationships and through donations made from The Tabitha Shop, we can create a movement of empowering women to pull themselves out of poverty. Friends celebrating each other while helping other women. We're bringing cheer to all places.
These lovely cards are made by Tabitha's Shop, a 1-person shop with a mission to make you happy and provide a leg up for others! Their hope is to cultivate gratitude with beautiful thank you cards and stationery. They donate a portion of their of profits to causes that bring hope and dignity to those who need it the most.