Joyful Mini Parols
Joyful Mini Parols
Joyful Mini Parols
Joyful Mini Parols
Joyful Mini Parols
Joyful Mini Parols
Joyful Mini Parols
Joyful Mini Parols
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Joyful Mini Parols

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Grab a Joyful Mini Parol set with $20 off from December 20 to December 25, 2021.

The Joyful Mini Parols are a 3-piece set of Christmas ornaments inspired by the vibrant holiday lanterns that line the streets back home. Carefully handmade by local artisans, each piece showcases the crafts that color our culture: patchwork, weaving, and shoemaking. This set evokes Filipinos' signature warm, festive spirit for the holiday season—perfect to deck your halls with wherever you are in the world.

Joyful Mini Parol Makers

Pag-asa Parol by ANTHILL

The "Pag-Asa" Parol Ornament or "Hope" is a patchwork of scrap hand-loomed Filipino textiles upcycled to bring life to homes this Christmas season. Each piece is one of a kind and handmade by the mother artisans of HOME (Handcrafters of Mary Enterprise), a partner community enterprise initiative of ANTHILL.

Munting Parol by Rags 2 Riches

The R2R Munting Parol is a joyfully woven art piece that is designed and created with intention. It is inspired by the belief that little things can bring hope and can bring people together. Each piece is handwoven by an artisan who is also hanging on to hope and weaving joyful stories for their family and community.

Liwanag Parol by Zapateria

The “Liwanag” Parol Ornament or “Brightness” is inspired by the original star lanterns that were used to light up streets during the holy celebrations of “Simbang Gabi”. The ornament is handmade in the Philippine Shoe Capital, Marikina City, with materials often used for the craft of shoemaking.