Happy bird keychain

You’ll love it because: You can bring a touch of happiness wherever you go with this little indigo cotton bird.

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$3.00

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Description

Our keychain collection features the animals of the zodiac and Lao legends. The happy bird keychain is a reference to the hongkham bird that can be found in Lao textiles.

These keychains are made from organic cotton and dyed in indigo. This is a product from the Village Weavers Projects – a series of iniatives that bring income to rural communities in Laos.

 

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Color

Beige, Dark Blue, Light Blue, Pink, White

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Made by Tai Lue
Tai Lue

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