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Sarangani Weavers Take Centerstage on Mother's Day

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Choose Philippines | May 03, 2016
Sarangani Weavers Take Centerstage on Mother's Day

Adore your mom with flowers as a sweet gesture of your greatest love on her special day. What more can she ask? Giving her a bouquet of Sinamay-Abaca Roses can definitely go a long way. A gift she’ll remember, treasure, and delight her room with!

Crafted beautifully, G Stuff’s “Sina-baca” Roses are eco-friendly! These almost look like works of art and use the best abaca and sinamay resources in the country. They don’t wither and can definitely last for years. You can even open their petals to re-craft them abloom or simply maintain their bud appearance. Their stems are long enough to fit in slim tall vases that can adorn any coffee table or dining set. They also look real from a distance that they can perfectly complement flowering plant while on a table of a garden set. These Sina-baca Roses come in Ivory and Sweet Red; Each rose cost P65.00.  You may also pre-order rose bouquets of threes, fives, 10s and 12s. On Mother’s Day, May 8, three (3) pieces of roses (your choice of any color) will be given for free for every P1,000.00 worth of purchase.

Your purchase of these crafted roses does double duty, to your mom and to the good communities you provide jobs with while they make these handicrafts. These communities of trained weavers from Kiamba Sarangani happen to be their true beneficiaries. The prevalence of raw materials and resources in their place are channeled to become useful handicrafts that G Stuff brings to mainstream Manila market and now customers abroad.

The more roses you buy, the deeper love you have for your mother and the more livelihoods of Filipino farmers you help, plus the stronger protection you will give to ecology! Visit the G Stuff stores at Alabang Town Center, Powerplant Mall Rockwell Center, and Trinoma.  


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