Saturday, February 5, 2011

Trading Haiti's ashes for Beauty!

You are Invited to a Haitian Jewelry and Metal Arts Open House


FRIDAY, February 11th, 2011 from 7pm to 10pm.
SATURDAY, February 12th, 2011 from 10am to 3pm

Stephanie McCallum’s House
10317 41st Place NE
St. Michael, MN 55376
Cell: (612) 205-1780

I am hosting and Open House party to help eradicate poverty and child relinquishment in Haiti.
I will be selling Haitian made Jewelry and other items created by the artisans at the Apparent
Project in Port Au Prince. 100% of the profit goes to the Apparent Project.


Please join me as I show you some of the beautiful, one of a kind and eco-friendly, Jewelry
created in Haiti. .
• Necklaces and Bracelets, prices range from $5 to $20.
• “Metal Art Crosses” and “Haitian Children Plaques” that are made from recycled Oil
 drums. Different size pieces range in price from $6 to $25.
• Another popular item from Haiti is their one of a kind, “Coconut Shell Nativities” which
are so sweet! They have all been hand-made and each figure is also hand-painted.
These are $25 and ready to give as a gift in a little bag!


I hope that you can stop by and see for yourself the beauty and creativity that the Haitian men
and women have. There is no pressure to buy or donate….just come, relax and stop by for
coffee and something sweet to eat! I would love to see you!
If you are unable to join us this weekend but are interested in buying something, call me. I can
gift wrap, mail to you, or someone else for a small cost.

                                                  Let’s trade Haiti’s ashes for Beauty!

*** This is an Open House event but I would appreciate an RSVP if possible so I can know
numbers. Also, invite a friend and you both receive a small gift! ***


  1. Great event! I wish I lived closer. Found your site on another Christian blogger's site. Following along now. Blessings and love...

    Saved By Love Creations

  2. How did it go? If anybody wants to throw another Jewelry/Haitian handmades party here's how to do it!

    Thanks so much for helping Haiti!