Novica Giveaway-12 days of Christmas

Novica Giveaway

This giveaway is now over. Congrats to Karla Sceviour.

Welcome to day 5 of giveaways. Today we have partnered with Novica for your chance to win a $50.00 gift-card.


Founded in Los Angeles in 1999, (part of the National Geographic Family) is an online, fair-trade marketplace based in Los Angeles, with sourcing and direct-shipping offices in seven developing nations.

At any given time, NOVICA features more than 30,000 limited-edition handmade works of art, including jewelry, apparel, handbags, rugs and tapestries, home decor items and a variety of collectibles.

The handcrafted products are sold globally through, as well as the company’s network of wholesalers, and through catalog partnerships with National Geographic and the Art Institute of Chicago, among others.

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  • Like Novica on Twitter
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  • Tell us in the comments below, what your favorite item is at Novica and a little something about the artist or artisan who made the item.
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  • Tweet: #Win a $50.00 GC to @NOVICA seller of fair-trade gifts at @TodaysWomanCo


This giveaway is open Worldwide to those 18 years and over. (Please check  Novica International Shipping Table to see if they can ship to your country). Giveaway ends Dec 18th at 9:00 EST. One person per household may enter.

Rose DesRochers is a Blogger, Writer, product reviewer and Founder of Today's Woman. Please feel free to contact me if you are a company with a product for me to review.
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133 thoughts on “Novica Giveaway-12 days of Christmas

  1. I have the Hand Crafted Alpaca Pullover Sweater, ‘Inca Valley’ by Fernando. It’s lovely and soft. Peru’s verdant valleys inspire the trendy design of this sweater by Fernando Cano. He chooses a palette of green and blue hues as he knits the sweater with genuine alpaca, prized by the Inca for its incredibly light weight and warmth.

  2. One of my favorite items is the Grey Alpaca Blend Knit Sweater Top with Batwing Sleeves, ‘Snuggles’. It is made by Roberto Lopez. He and his team work with alpaca fibers, and they’re searching for ways to improve processes and materials. They look for blends with natural fibers and they’ve been able to develop a method to create apparel and accessories that are softer, have a better fall and shape.

  3. Like Novica on Twitter – Liked (@whatsnewcanada)

    Like Novica on Facebook – Liked (Christine Topley)

    Follow @Novica on Instagram – Followed (whatsnewcanada)

    Tell us in the comments below, what your favorite item is at Novica and a little something about the artist or artisan who made the item.
    ** One of my favourite items would be the Thai Elephant Parade on Black, made by the the Akha people. The bag is woven of sedge dyed black, and is worn on an adjustable brown leather shoulder strap with brass fixtures. The decorative buckle covers a magnetic button and the bag closes with a zipper. Lined in black cotton, the bag has an open pocket. This item was made by the artist Thikaporn.

    Follow us on Facebook – Follow you on FB (Christine Topley)

    Follow us on Pinterest – Follow you on Pinterest (

    Follow us on Twitter @TodaysWomanCo – Follow (@whatsnewcanada)

    Follow us on Instagram @todayswomanco – Follow (whatsnewcanada)

    Tweet: #Win a $50.00 GC to @NOVICA seller of fair-trade gifts at @TodaysWomanCo


  4. My favorite item is the Joyous Amethyst throw and the artisan Seema thinks her creativeness dates back to her childhood. She used to paint a lot – from her mom’s sari to curtains and bedspreads.

  5. My favorite item which I would love to have is the Cotton Placemats from Indonesia (Set of 4), “Nature by Night handwoven by Liem Hauw. He works with textiles made from natural materials such as fragrant root, sea grass, water hyacinth, and many others. When his works became recognized he started to make on his own curtains, blinds, floor mats, mosquito nets, cushions, table runners, etc. He also crafts frames, vases, baskets, and lamps by weaving banana bark, sea grass, and other natural fibers. He also works in metal as well.

  6. I love the Cotton Shoulder Bag Handmade in Thailand, ‘Sublime Brown’ on Novica, gorgeous! The artist is Anchalika Chamnan and she lives in northern Thailand and at the present time is studying geography.

  7. Ritu Aggarwal, was born in Jaipur, popularly known as the pink city. she is the artist for the Doves of Peace anklet.

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