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I got an awesome review and giveaway for you guys! World Vision gave me a scarf for free, and will gladly give on to you too!


I also received the 2015 World Vision Gift Catalog. Inside is information and gifts to give and donate, with over 250 things to choose from.  For example, you can “purchase” 12 small farm animals, such as cows, sheep, pigs, etc., and they will be given to families in need in breeding groups (along with food and vaccines). These animals then have offspring, and offspring can be passed along. The animals also help provide things like milk, butter, and eggs which the communities can sell and use the money for things such as school, and clothing.

I received the Royal Silk Scarf. This one has a value of $90 and is handmade. It is hand woven by Ma Chau villagers from Vietnam, and they receive their income through making their products. It is a beautiful scarf, gorgeous colors, and a beautiful pattern. It is woven beautifully, and I cannot believe it is handmade. Amazing! I am in love with the bright and vibrant colors. I can’t wait to wear it in the spring and brighten up my outfit.

You can enter to win one too!

How to enter:
Do one of the following,

  1. Follow World Vision on twitter ( @WorldVisionNews) or (@WorldVisionUSA)
  2. Like World Vision on Facebook with /WorldVision on the Facebook name
  3. If you do not have any social media, visit the website and leave me a comment below saying what gift you would give if given the opportunity and resources.

Giveaway ends November 25th 2015, 12 pm. United States only. 



I received this product to try to free. This is an unbiased review,

A semi-foodie review, I got these awesome hand-carved serving spoons for free to do a review of. And…(after the review) one of YOU lucky readers get a chance to win these spoons (a value of $65) at the giveaway posted at the end of this page! Woot!!!

The spoons are hand carved, and came all the way from Kenya! ALL of the proceeds made from selling the spoons go to help orphans of the Kamba Tribe, that are located in Kenya. This is located in the village of Chebaiywa, Kenya, according to the tiny tag on the spoons.

The spoons are made of olivewood, and come in a beautiful bag that was also handmade. I can’t even believe the bag was handmade, it is so perfectly done. It has a very rustic feel and the colors and designs compliment the spoons perfectly. The spoons are also a beautiful design. The second I opened the box, my roommate was jealous, and wanted a pair for her own! The spoons have a “braided” design for the handle, which is just so pretty, and makes it easy to hold. They are light weight, and have a very clean feel. While there are a few teeny rough edges where you can tell it was hand made, you otherwise cannot tell. It looks like it came right out of a factory, since the wood is super smooth, and carved with identical edges.

Overall, I love these spoons! Please check out Worldvisiongifts.org if you are interested in buying these spoons or any other goodies!

Now onto the giveaway…

ONE lucky winner will win a pair of these Hand-Carved Serving Spoons from Kenya! You must be from the USA (sorry non USA folks) HOW TO ENTER:
1. you must either like World Vision on facebook or please follow them on twitter (you can use hashtag #giftcatalog for more).
2. please leave me a comment saying which one you did. If you do not have either FB or Twitter, you may still enter, just please leave a comment saying so.
Winner will be picked September 26th, 5 pm Eastern Time. Thanks!


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