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  • Sachet - Set of 3 by Haiti Projects - 1
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Sachet - Set of 3

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  • Sewn with linen for an exquisite look and feel
  • Filled with organic open-bud lavender
  • Place in linen drawers, next to your bed, under a pillow, or anywhere you need scent or want to relax
  • The Veve Spirit Ayizan embodies empowerment, being powerful, and embracing all that you are and are becoming
  • The Veve Spirit Legba represents the crossroads between you and the spirits, facilitating communication, speech, and understanding
  • Made in Haiti
Materials
Linen, California lavender buds
Includes
Three sachets
Care
Spot clean as needed
Dimensions (each)
4" x 4" x 1"
Weight (each)
0.1 lb

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Sachet - Set of 3

starting at $25.00
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Please note: orders for this product will ship out on Thursday of each week.
Filled with open-bud lavender · Calming scent · Exquisite look & feel
Veve symbol sachets are inspired by traditional, folk spirit symbols in Haiti. Filled with organic open-bud lavender, these sachets are exquisite in look, feel, and smell. Each design sachet is tied with two plain sachets in coordinating muted colors. Perfect for your drawers, linen closet, or car.
Small Business Support
Social Enterprises
Underrepresented Entrepreneur

Also from Haiti Projects

Haiti Projects

As the founder of Haiti Projects, Inc., Sarah Hackett has been working in Haiti for over 15 years and is all about grassroots projects that enable the Haitians to help themselves. Sarah is fighting poverty on multiple fronts—supporting local medical clinics, building libraries to foster literacy, providing micro-loans to farmers—but it’s her work with a sewing cooperative that we’re featuring. Sarah works with women artisans in Haiti who are enabled to work from home and earn fair wages for their craft. From a timeless nightgown to lovely laundry helpers, not only are you getting beautifully unique pieces but you are truly helping to make a difference.
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