215 - the heartbreaking number of remains of Indigenous children found at the Kamloops Indian Residential School in British Columbia.
We are excited to collaborate with Jamie from Kitties and Cabernet for this heartfelt project. Jamie is a graphic designer by trade, cat lover by heart, and wine drinker because... life. Please check out her full collection here: www.etsy.com/ca/shop/KittiesAndCabernet
Jaime Drayer worked closely with the Indigenous community to ensure her art was paying homage in an appreciative way, rather than an appropriative way.
Using Jamie's beautiful artwork we created this bracelet to serve as a reminder and encourage us to move towards change.
Inside quote: Every child matters.
100% of proceeds from the sale of this Indigenous inspired piece will be donated to The Indian Residential School Survivors Society (https://www.irsss.ca/). Please contact The Indian Residential School Survivors Society toll-free 1 (800) 721-0066 or 24hr Crisis Line 1 (866) 925-4419 if you require emotional support or assistance.
Bracelets are printed with a permanent dye which gives a nice vibrant finish.
Made of aluminum the cuffs are hypo-allergenic and nickel free, with no toxic finishes.
These bracelets are light weight and slightly bendable allowing them to be molded to fit most sizes.
Handmade jewelry that gives back.