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Beautiful Crafts Teach World Cultures to Kids (and Adults)

$13–$35 $11–$32

A returning Peace Corps Volunteer brings you these beautiful and sustainable crafts from around the world, with proceeds going to help less fortunate families from those countries.

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These Passport Craft kits are fun, DIY projects for kids and adults that feature high-quality materials, a guide booklet to that country’s culture, and a ‘passport’ for collecting stamps from the different countries.

10% of every item sold will be donated to a non-profit in that country to support local artisans, families, and girls who want to go to school. Plus, you will get a 10% discount exclusive to GNN customers. (Prices range from $13-$35 for single products.)

Made by Tingomo, a socially-responsible family company

Nepal Paper Lantern kits use handmade, fair trade Lokta paper from Nepal, and each kit generates a donation to Maiti Nepal which is working to end trafficking and gives opportunities to rescued girls. (Earth-friendly with 100% recycled paper and cardboard packaging, and zero single-use plastic.)

Or choose from these traditional crafts from around the world:

• Create your own Mexican fiesta flags
• Paint a Swedish wooden horse toy
• Make a tile mosaic coaster from Morocco

Each kit teaches you about that traditional craft with a guide booklet and lets you travel the world by collectible passport stamps.

The Good News:

  • Save Money: Get 10% off using these exclusive GNN links
  • Social Benefit: Every product sold generates a donation to
  • Sustainable:  100% recycled paper and packaging, with no single-use plastic
  • Ethically produced: Fair Trade paper

Fun for boys and girls—and adults—the Passport crafts include easy-to-follow instructions. Discover the world and feel the pride of creating something by hand, while giving back to people less fortunate!


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About the founder: Returning Peace Corps Volunteer Amanda Reid created the social enterprise to give back to world cultures and called it Tingomo (‘tin’, Nepali for three, and ‘gomo’, part of a Zulu word for goals). Based in L.A. and Vermont, Tingomo’s “three goals” are: promote creativity, share world cultures, and care for people and the planet.