Make Easter the Season of True Renewal with African Handmade Décor

What you put in your home says a lot about you. If you want to make a statement this Easter, give back to artisans who make African handmade décor. Many of the materials used in the one-of-a-kind home décor items at The Curious Tour are recycled from surprising sources.

As global awareness of climate change and pollution grows, more people want to do their part by investing in sustainable items, given new life in the hands of African artists.

One of a Kind Home Décor to Brighten Your Easter Celebration

Below, we highlight four products that will delight you and everyone on your Easter gift list this year.

  • The Shimmer Ornaments Collection features egg-shaped ornaments you can stack in a bowl or hang on a string. With 15 designs, these handcrafted eggs made of copper wire and beads add shimmer to your Easter celebration — and double for Christmas ornaments too. Each ornament includes the African artist’s name.
  • Keep your colorful Easter eggs safe and display them on a most egg-cellent tray. These ceramic trays have a number of uses. Bring them to the kitchen to hold your eggs as you prepare breakfast or display the smoky matte finish on the dresser so you can slip in earrings, rings, or change.
  • Invite a fluffle of not-so-wild funnie bunnies home for the perfect accent to any Easter tableau. Don’t worry; each carries a juicy carrot for lunch, so you don’t have to feed them!
    • Upcycled blooming vases represent the ultimate in ingenuity, sustainability, and beauty. Made from recycled coke bottles and napkins, these vases can hold office supplies, flowers, and other baubles. Choose from several designs that match your Easter décor. We recommend tulips or purple flowers (irises), and you can use the vase to hold your Easter lilies.

      Functional, beautiful, and unforgettable African handmade décor brightens your table, entryway, or the home of a loved one you cannot visit on this important holiday.

      Learn more about how your purchase aids the Mdukatshani Craft Project, and contact The Curious Tour online today with your questions and comments.