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Some more lovely stuff from The Busy Elf.

For those readers who came in late and do not know about 'The Busy Elf'  do read Keshrie's story.

Here is some more stuff she made. (The proceeds from the sale of the things she makes goes 100% to her, towards the education of her two boys. I don't make any money from this!)

A cup warmer. Rs.150/- for a single one.       









Rs.275 for a pair.

They can be adjusted to fit most mugs.

Rs.300/- for this crocheted Bottle holder. Carry your water stylishly!

A beautifully crocheted tray cloth. Rs.300/-

Doesn't it look gorgeous?


If anyone wants to place an order for any of her items, please e-mail me your requirement. Add Rs.100/- for shipping.
Check out her other products on her FB page that I made for her.

And please spread the word, will you? It's for a good cause.

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Comments

  1. Wow!!!the combination of colours is really attractive..Its a genuine pleasure to see that inspite of your hectic schedule you are doing so much for her..

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  2. I would like to order two bottle bags and 3 pairs or cup holders. Please let me know how to go about it. Thanks, P!! Awesome stuff from an awesome person!! Ciao!

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  3. They are so beautiful :)

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  4. Anonymous6:30 PM

    nice work ma'am

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  5. They are lovely:-))!!!

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  6. Keshrie definitely is talented and her creations are as beautiful as the person motivating her :-) :-)

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  7. @prerna: She has already started working on them for you! :) Thanks for the order. Will mail you my bank account details/

    Vincy: Yes she is.

    Umesh: Not my work. keshrie's

    My3: Yes :)

    Priya: will convey to her

    Shilpi: I try--but I lag behind.

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