Some of Sweden’s most prominent designers have made special edition design products in collaboration with Save the Children Sweden. Buying these products will help Save the Children in their fight for children’s rights: A beautiful thing for your home becomes a good deed for the children. I think many of the products are really nice. Like the thing above, that’s my favourite: Handmade crocheted potholders with “Pastries are also food” embroidered. I say you, that’s Swedish handicraft with humor!¨ Adorable design and crafts by Mary Jackson, and the price: 340 SEK / pair (of which 132 SEK goes to Save the Children).
Here’s some other nice stuff. The white porcelain candlesticks “Fire” is designed by Anna Kraitz. I love their shape. Next to them, the cosy light bulb “Light Shadows” with the pattern Confetti. It’s designed by Ingegerd RÃ¥man for Orrefors. No holder, just a nice bulb. Another nice candlestick is “Lucia” by Tomas Sandell for Asplund, a classic candlestick exclusively in red for Save the Children. Perfect for Christmas time! The Hook hanger by Malin Lundmark is a sweet piece of design for the hallway or dressing room. It can serve as storage for accessories, belts or ties, and is exclusively produced in black for Save the Children.There are a few crafty things aswell. You can make your own Dala horse from this stylish puzzle designed by Michael Asplund. The material is Sri Lankan rubber wood and the puzzle is available in three colours and three sizes. I’m keen on crochet. This crochet-package from Frost Design comes with crochet, knitted threads and a detailed description. The materials is supposed to result in two cute storage baskets. Looks like fun to me! Price? 235 SEK, of which 111 SEK, and maybe a thought during the work, goes to the fight for children’s rights.