Wild In Africa – Beautiful Bracelets For Charity
How about giving a gift that gives back? These Wild In Africa bracelets do just that. These charity bracelets donate a massive 50% of the retail price so you can #WearYourKarma™!
Throughout travels as a wildlife photographer and filmmaker the owner has been inspired by many cultures. It didn’t take long for her multi-cultural stacks of bracelets to become one of here trademarks and it motivated her to create her own line of handmade, unisex bracelets to share with you while giving back to wildlife.
These bracelets are really beautiful with lots of unique colors for each one. These bracelets are handmade with 100% natural material. The quality is so nice I think Desiree will be using these for years to come, maybe even a lifetime. They even guarantee their bracelets for 1 year.
These come in a pouch with their name and inside with your bracelets. Also includes a card explaining what your Wild in Africa’s bracelets are named and what material they are made from and what the materials means. For example: The blue one above is called African Elephant from African Azurite & Brass. African Azurite is know as the stone of inner vision & insight it is believed to enhance intellect and help memory.
These are stretchy so they fit perfectly and are easy to put on. This is a very strong, clear, stretchy material. These bracelets are great to accessorize anything from jeans to dresses! They look great on any woman’s wrist. I cannot say how thrilled I was to have received these when they arrived and I see how great they are!
There is a range of semi-precious gem stones and tribal, brass pendants, they’ve added limited edition designs using treasures from different corners of the globe, like their Japanese seed stacks and Tibetan Buddhist knotted bracelets.
These bracelets are great to add to your own jewelry box but also make special gifts for anytime of the year including birthdays, holidays, graduation, and more. I would be thrilled to have received this as a graduation gift.
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