Turn your empty bottle or glass into a vase with this award-winning Dutch design. This ingenious vase comes folded as a unique triangular paper cover and can be set up in under a minute. From a distance it looks like it's made from porcelain but it's actually made of paper! These vases have won hosts of design and innovation awards, and are not only aesthetically beautiful but make an important statement too (see below).
GIFTS THAT GIVE BACK Designed in Amsterdam by Pepe Heykoop, these paper vase covers are handmade by the women of the Tiny Miracles communities in Mumbai, helping to eliminate poverty in the city, so your gift will be helping to brighten up someone's day both near and afar. Read more about this amazing social enterprise under the 'Maker' tab.
SENDING AS A GIFT? Don't forget to add a Gift Box & Greeting Card to your basket. Your gifts will be hand-picked, wrapped in luxury tissue paper and beautifully presented an eco-friendly delivery box. Just pick a card and add a personal message to accompany your gift. See more delivery information here.
ABOUT TINY MIRACLES Tiny Miracles launched in 2010 with a mission to break the poverty cycle in the impoverished Pardeshi community in Mumbai – the so-called ‘Untouchables’ of Indian society. Tiny Miracles is an unconventional foundation and social enterprise aiming to empower the world’s poorest communities to break their own poverty cycle within 10 years. Their approach is centred around 5 pillars: education, healthcare, life skills, income generation and happiness.