Saturday, December 7, 2013

Johari Creations

A couple of months ago I heard about a new company called Johari Creations and I was immediately interested.  The thing that caught my eye was how beautiful and funky the products were.  Once I found out the mission and vision, I knew I had to get involved.

The Mission

Johari Creations is a marketplace for handcrafted products made by artisans in developing 
countries around the world. We seek to come alongside our artisan partners with sustainable
 incomes, holistic development and shared work and responsibility. We believe amazing
 beauty can come from poverty and while the artisans handcraft stunning products, it is the
 artisans themselves we celebrate as “johari” – the Swahili word for jewel.

So after obsessing over the incredible products and more importantly, the vision, I emailed one of the founders, Lindsy, and basically begged her to let me be an ambassador.  So for the first time in my life, I'm selling something.  I always strive to mix my passion with my burden and this is the perfect way.  I have such a passion for getting woman together and creating beautiful things.  I have such a burden for justice and enabling families to stay together.  With Johari Creations, I am able to merge the two and I am so excited.

I will be having a couple of parties in Whitesburg before Christmas so if you are local, be looking for a chance to have a girls night and try on some incredible jewelry.  If not, you can check out the website and place an order that way.  Eventually, I will have my own website but until then, if you purchase somethings, just put my name in the Notes section when placing your order.

If you would like to host a party, let me know!  There are some great hostess incentives including a $35 credit and discounted prices.  

I can't wait to see how God is going to work through this company. Check it out here!

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