Win a Novica Gift Card

To celebrate Mother’s Day & Father’s Day, we’ve teamed up with  Novica to offer our readership a chance to win $50.00 gift-card to Novica.com.NOVICA

About NOVICA

Founded in Los Angeles in 1999, NOVICA.com (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 NOVICA.com, as well as the company’s network of wholesalers, and through catalog partnerships with National Geographic and the Art Institute of Chicago, among others.

How to enter: All you have to do is 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. Also leave your opinion on my post: Woven throw blankets.

Both mandatory entries must be completed in order to qualify.

Extra entries:

 

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 May 15th at 8:00 EST. One person per household may enter.

Rose DesRochers
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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104 thoughts on “Win a Novica Gift Card

  1. I really like the Wind Chime Sterling silver dangle earrings made by artist Wadarat Supasirisuk who lives in Thailand with her hubby and 2 children.

  2. I like Leather hobo handbag, ‘Caramel Karma’. The artist is Arturo Marinez and he was born in Lima. Since 1995 he has specialized in leather craft. He has created a community of artisans who work with him.

  3. I like the jawadwipa legacy batik cotton shopping tote bags made by a Javanese artist, which colors represent the culture.

  4. The artist is Chaloemphon Krasear, born in 1959 and grew up in Khonkaen Province.
    I really like the
    Leaf FeatherFair Trade Handmade Leather Earrings from Thailand

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