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Home Decor > Decorative Ornaments > Spiders

Spiders from Philippines
Spiders
from Philippines

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Large Spider
from Philippines
Large Spider Measures - 8" high x 6 1/2" wide x 2 1/2" deep
Medium Spider
from Philippines
Medium Spider Measures - 5 3/4" high x 5 1/2" wide x 2 1/2" deep
Small Spider
from Philippines
Small Spider Measures - 4" high x 3 1/2" wide x 1 5/8" deep

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Disenio de Craftico Artisan Story
Philippines

DDC-Artisan ProfileThe artisans of Disenio de Craftico are fathers, mothers, young men and women who are able to help their families through the production of these crafts. They live near Lagazpi City in the Bicol region of the Philippines. Most are hand-to-mouth workers.

Using abaca fibre, nito vine and other sustainable materials, they create beautiful native handcrafts which are sold to create a livelihood for their day-to-day needs, lessen the poverty in their community and strengthen family ties.

Manos Amigas Artisan Story
Peru

artisan-2_173x219Peru’s native Shipibo tribes are known for their strong cultural heritage, unique cosmology and their unmistakable ceramic arts. Unfortunately, Shipibo villagers also suffer from extreme poverty, and most live without access to basic education and medical care in poor villages along the Río Ucayali, a tributary of the Amazon River. Manos Amigas (Friendly Hands) works with the Shipibo villagers to develop their traditional craft and helps export their vases, sculpture and ornaments to the United States and Europe. Manos Amigas also offers free courses in design, accounting and business marketing and helps artisans identify new markets for their crafts.


Spiders
from the Philippines

Small Spider
   Funds 2 meals

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Medium Spider
   Funds 3 meals

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Large Spider
   Funds 4 meals

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"Little Miss Muffet sat on her tuffet, eating her curds and whey..." Did you know that Miss Muffet was a real person and her father Dr. Thomas Muffet believe that eating mashed spiders was a cure for the common cold? However, we don't recommend eating these spiders which are handmade in the Philippines from abaca. The artisans use natural dyes found from plants, invertebrates, minerals, or vegetables to give them color.

They are great as Halloween decorations, to hang in doorways and eaves to scare away real spiders, or as Christmas ornaments for your tree. Their legs are flexible and can be repositioned to suit the moods and needs of your pet spider.

  • Large Spider Measures - 6 1/2" long x 6" wide x 2 3/4" deep
  • Medium Spider Measures - 4 7/8" long x 5 1/4" wide x 2 1/2" deep
  • Small Spider Measures - 4 1/2" long x 2 3/4" wide x 1 7/8" deep

Handmade in the Philippines and Fair Trade imported.


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