Gifts that change lives this Christmas

My house already smells like Christmas, orange zest, chocolatey spices wafting through as I bake for the orders coming in for our Christmas cakes.

We have corporate orders, gifts for families and people who buy them just because they are delish, part pudding part cake.

And everything we make on our cakes, caps, recycled sari bags made by mums and gift cards for ribbons, chickens and veggie gardens goes straight to supporting girls to stay in school.

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Giving is good for us body and soul, science tells us it lowers our blood pressure and contributes to increased well being.

Giving this way is double-y good, we can help change someone’s life while giving to those in our world.

Go to the ‘shop‘ tab on our website for more details…

Enjoy this clip while you’re shopping, it’s one of our faves.

We’d love you to connect with us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram,

Warmly,

Jane for team ‘a Girl & her world’

 

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