Sunday, September 21, 2014

Sashka Review and Giveaway


Sashka is a fair trade company that enables workers to receive a livable income that covers their basic needs, which includes food, shelter, education, and health care for their families. Fair Traders pay producers promptly and, if necessary, help them with access to pre-production financing.  I got to review a few of their bracelets and the colors are red, blue, yellow, sliver and white on one the next had red, white and silver the last one was yellow and silver all are one size without any stretching ability for your wrist so you must have a small wrist for these to fit and made to empower women in the Katmandu Valley of Nepal.

My Opinion: I could not get them on my wrist as they are not stretchy one bit but think they are beautiful and inexpensive for any accessory to any outfit.

To learn more visit http://www.sashkaco.com

Disclaimer: I was in no way compensated for this review and this is solely my own opinion which may differ from yours. 
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20 comments:

  1. I like that they are using fair trade to empower the Nepalese community so the artisans can overcome poverty. ~Deb

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  2. Sashka Co. Bracelets roll on over any size hand. This is not an accurate review. Every bracelet comes with a lifetime guarantee. They first roll on tight becuase the size of your hand determines the fit on your wrist. That is why www.sashkaco.com offers a perfect fit quarantee. www.instagram.com/sashka_co

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  3. I like that they are one size fits all and that it is a fair trade product.

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  4. I like that it is Fair Trade also and that the prices of the bracelets are reasonable at $12.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  5. Love the one size fits all, and i also love the design

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  6. I love that they are fair trade and provide opportunities to people who need them.

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  7. I like that have equal pay for men and women. That is not the norm in other places. The jewelry is very pretty as well. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  8. I like that these are handcrafted by Nepalese people, which helps them rise above poverty.

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  9. I like that proceeds from the bracelets help the artists to overcome poverty. The bracelets are colorful and gorgeous, too! Thanks for the giveaway! :)

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  10. I like that they are fair trade, & that the bracelets are one size fits all!

    andysavi.mom@gmail.com

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  11. I love that these are handmade and I love all of the colors and beadwork. These remind me of the time I spent in India since Nepal is the country directly north of India.

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  12. I love that they are fair trade and some of the money goes back to the artisans in Nepal.
    sonflower277 at gmail dot com

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  13. I like that they try to help those who are in need to provide their own basic needs.
    Sherri J

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  14. I like that I feel like I'm helping someone who is trying to help themselves. I do have to say that the site is not very user friendly and hard to navigate.

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  15. I love these! My niece would go nuts for all the colorful designs. (And they would be great stocking stuffers at Christmas!)

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