These bold and beautiful papier-mâché bowls are doing their part by raising money for the drought and famine crisis afflicting the Horn of Africa. Created in partnership with Bundu Designs and global aid agency Mercy Corps, the Congo-inspired bowls come in a range of vibrant African prints that will surely brighten up any interior space. Each bowl is constructed by hand using recycled magazines, and employ the crafting skills of a project group in South Africa that supports HIV positive women and children. For every bowl sold, $6 will be donated to the Horn of Africa disaster relief fund.
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