A Minty Christmas


It’s double the love tonight with fair trade gifts from both Della and PeaceBomb. Handcrafted by a women-run collective in Ghana, Della products embody the philosophy ‘Carry Change’ – something not dissimilar to Laotian enterprise PeaceBomb, whose jewellery range upcycled from bomb shells offers opportunity for healing and new prosperity to those affected by decades of war. We always love a gift that gives twice, and in this case, we’re letting you give twice too – with two limited edition PeaceBomb bangles (provided from Stepping Stones Collections) included in the prize pack. To win, comment below with who in your life would be the special recipient of this extra gift! {Competition closes Thu 19 Dec at 5pm. Australian postal addresses only}. #mintyxmas

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32 Responses to “A Minty Christmas”

  1. Jane Whelan says:

    I would give them to my lovely niece who has just shaved her head in support of her mum and breast cancer and raised a fantastic amount of money for the Peter Mac Cancer Center.

  2. Claire Crow says:

    I would LOVE this and so would my beautiful twin sister ELLA. Amazing fair trade gifts. Stunning. X

  3. Leena says:

    I would love to give my amazing friend Deja this gift to remind her that peace can come from the bombshell her life gave her this year :)

  4. Virginia Mason says:

    I would give them to a dear friend in my mother’s group who has gone through many traumatic events this year and remarkably can still smile. Her generous spirit and strength is just inspirational. I would love to encourage her with this gift.

  5. India says:

    I would give the bangle to my best friend, Charlotte. We are both currently in our senior years at High School, and after school she is thinking about studying International Studies at University. She wants to study languages, experience different cultures and travel to new places. I’d hope the PeaceBomb bangle would inspire her and to keep her passion for learning about the world and the histories surrounding us.

  6. Donnajane says:

    My daughter Britty who is a total bomb in the best possible ways.
    Corny as it sounds, she is my best bud and I love her totally :)

  7. Kate says:

    Oh I love the Peacebomb collection! I would give it to my sister who loves both bangles and fair trade.

  8. jill francois says:

    I would give it to my beautiful sister in law for being such a great mum to my sweet little niece.

  9. Bec says:

    My little sister Han. I love to share special things with her, and these are extra special objects with lovely back stories.

  10. Leah says:

    My Mum. She does so much stuff for me and I can never repay her for all she has given me in my life. She is such a huge blessing and I am so thankful for her. I can never seem to find her a gift and this is absolutely perfect.

  11. Sharni Montgomery says:

    I would love to give this beautiful meaningful gift to my Mother in-law. This year there have been lots of ‘bomb-shells’ dropped in her family including that her husband is dying. She needs a sign of healing right now and this would be so perfect.

  12. Megan Townsend :) says:

    I have a little blog on Facebook called Holistique Body,that I started during my travels this year through Laos. It changed my life. I grew up in a sinlge parent family raised by my mum.
    All of my friends and family were worried about me traveling through Laos, visiting those at the COPE centre and others effected by the UXO’s on my own, but my mum believed I would be ok.
    My journey was dedicated to learning about inner peace and happines, and selfless giving without expectation.
    I would love to share this gift with my mum. Should she have not shared her gift of love and support, I would not be where I am today without her.
    I love this charity <3 x x

  13. Michaela Petrofes says:

    I would give it to my youngest sister – she is the youngest of 6 children and has seen a remarkable amount of both wonderful and awful things. She ask a lot of questions about what she sees on the news and we never know how to answer these ‘bomb-shells’. The bangles would be a way of letting her know and a reminder that while awful things happen in our world, a number of remarkable things do as well.

  14. Laura says:

    I would give them to my beautiful sister in law who just dropped the news that she is pregnant after a scare with German measles. Would be a great gift for her as a congratulations.

  15. Candy says:

    To my beautiful sister, I haven’t seen her in three years, but we keep in touch regularly with messages and little gifts sent via the post.

  16. Cecilia Jean says:

    Definitely my mum, she traveled to Africa when I was a child and still talks about the amazing experiences she had. So it would be amazing to share this gift with her.

  17. Lucy says:

    I would give the second one to my younger sister. At lunch today she explained to my 8 year old cousins about East Timor (she has a friend visiting from Dili) and about the poverty and years of fighting. I think the bangle would be something she would appreciate.

  18. Annabel Ellis says:

    I would give the second one to my friend Abi who was just awarded the Dr John Lincoln Memorial Award by the NSW Governor Maria Bashir for her community service. I think the gift will inspire her as she continues to be an inspiration in social justice to those around her.

  19. Tina Subo says:

    What a special gift. I would give it to my friend, who is a mid wife, and has saved many babies especially with her recent work in Africa.

  20. Jules says:

    I would give one to my friend who is recovering from shoulder surgery – I reckon she needs something cool to decorate her “bad arm” with. She’s also a huge fan of social justice and helping people to help themselves, so she would love this!

  21. Alie Dolphin says:

    I would gift these bracelets to my sister. She has had a rough year but is starting to see the light at the end. These bracelets could reinforce the message that life gets better.

  22. Kim says:

    I would love to gift one to my lovely older sister, she’s always picking up little trinkets on her travels and I’d love to have something to give her back to say thankyou!

  23. Natasha says:

    Love these. Would love to gift one to my mother and keep one to remind us that you can be the change you want to see in the world.

  24. Mimi says:

    The clutch would definitely go to my fashion-fiend friend who is trying to create her own label, to encourage her to think sustainably; one bangle for my bestie who is ‘da bomb’ in my life, and one for me because 2014 is going to be my most explosive and prosperous year ever!

  25. Dee Anand says:

    I would gift the peacebomb bangle to my mother – the most inspiring woman I know. It would be quite symbolic of the adversity she has experienced throughout her life and all the good she has created from it. xo

  26. Susan says:

    These amazing bracelets would be shared with my sister, who some years ago worked with women in Cambodia whose lives have also been devastated by violence, war and bombs.

  27. Ally says:

    I would give my extra gift to my auntie. Both my parents passed away of cancer (ill keep that short: no one likes a sob story) and she is the epitome of awesome (in a world where ‘awesome’ is not overused). She helped me through it all and showed me that I had the strength to take care of my siblings and still finish my education. I’m a writer so encouragement, as you know, is very important, possibly even more than a good pair of glasses. I also sat on the phone with her during the dreaded ‘Peppermint Incident’ aka home aromatherapy gone terribly, terribly wrong, it would be nice to show her that I have conquered my PTSD in this particular minty area. Merry Christmas guys! Keep up the amazing work. xoxo

  28. Melissa Jones says:

    I would give it to my neighbour who helps me all the time when I meet difficulties.

  29. Bethwyn says:

    I would give the extra present to my partner, Xin. I have been going through so many health problems lately – which have been going on for 12 years, but just have been more present lately – and he has just been amazing. Where I think other men would turn tail and run, he has been there for me to help in any way he can, and I just feel so thankful to him. Sometimes I feel like a huge burden – like I have changed his life for the worse by just being in it – but he is always smiling, always assuring me that he loves me and will be here for me, and I just would love to thank him with a gift like the bracelets above.
    Thanks for the opportunity to enter!

  30. Miss EmmaJane says:

    So I really love giving presents that make people think about where the presents come from. They also have to meet our beliefs. If we don’t believe in mindless consumerism why would we give mindlessly at Christmas? So this year we are trying to give recycled, preloved, healthy eco food, ethical or time based gifts. There is actually a lot of lovely things you can do! So I would give this gift to my partners sister as she loves fashion. Hopefully it will also give her an awesome message about where the item comes from and help her to think more ethically about the item :) and if not at least she will like it and it will be a talking point and maybe lead to someone else thinking about their purchasing choices.

  31. Jo says:

    I would love to give this to my beautiful best friend who is my constant inspiration and “my sunshine when skies are grey”. I love her more than words can describe. This would be the perfect gift to thank her for all the love and support she has given me over the years. I she loves all the work “peacebomb” creates and i know she would love this… xxx

  32. Mandy says:

    I would give it to my darling sister who has not had luck trying to have a baby and who had a breast cancer scare and who just needs to feel the love after a tough year!

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