Brand New Quilling Greeting Cards

Posted by Stephanie Fleming on

Just arrived! So many new quilling cards. There is sure to be one for any occasion. I had so much fun going through all the new cards plus adding some old favorites to offer to you.  

The more I learn about this company, the happier I am that I am part of it. Below is what they have on their website about Fair-Trade and how they help the women in Vietnam by paying them a fair living wage along with many benefits. It takes over 1 hour for each card to be made. The workmanship that goes into them is outstanding. 

Rolls of Quilling Paper

Quilling Card, rooted in Vietnam, has been incredibly fortunate to assemble a team of women who have become passionate about the art of quilling. In 2015, we were honored to become Fair Trade Certified with the Fair Trade Federation. The organization focuses on maintaining a code of values for just treatment of employees. They encourage growth and sustainable business all over the world. Saying a product is ‘handmade’, especially overseas, can often carry a negative connotation if there is no transparency about the working conditions and treatment of employees. Allying with the FTF, we are proud to have established successful, flourishing business practices. 

In May of 2014, we opened the doors to our first factory in Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam. We were able to employ over 100 quillers, providing a stable, safe work environment with healthcare, and food benefits. We are continually striving to create a community of women that love the craft and genuinely enjoy the creative outlet that quilling can provide, while simultaneously providing a living for themselves. With the rapid growth of our business, we were able to open a second factory soon after, starting with more than 60 quillers. We have now given jobs to nearly 500 locals in Ho Chi Minh City.

In addition to our wonderful team, Quilling Card has also been able to establish a Cottage Industry in Vietnam. Societal aid for those with disabilities is not the same as it is in the US, and often leaves people out of work and helpless. We have set up a program where these members of the community can come take our supplies and complete work in their home, on their own time. They are paid per piece finished, and are able to contribute and create beautiful work they otherwise would not have the chance to do.

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