Bold and beautiful, these vibrantly purple, hand-batiked aprons are the perfect accessory for every young chef!  Using traditional batiking methods, the mamas at Global Mamas have handmade a funky Meadow Flower Apron that is sure to keep your kiddo clean in the kitchen (great for you!) and to help her feel like a grown-up cook (great for her!). 

 

We only have two of these aprons in stock, so if you've got a pair of bakers, be sure to snag a matching set while they're available!Add a hand-carved olivewood spatula or spoon to complete a baking bundle that every kitchen helper will love!

 

These aprons make great gifts that give back too, because every apron gives jobs to moms in Ghana who are working hard to provide stable income and educational opportunities for their own children too.

 

Handmade in Ghana by our partners at Global Mamas this gorgeously handmade apron starts with 100% GOTS-certified organic cotton before it is painstakingly batiked with wax, dyed with family-safe coloring, and sun-dried in the toasty Ghanian weather.  Hand-sewn by more Mamas at another Global Mamas center, this apron is blessed with much love and many hands to create a one-of-a-kind gift that also gives back. 

Meadow Flower Apron - Children

$18.00Price
  • Aprons

    • Front pocket, tie at waist, neck strap
    • 100% GOTS organic cotton
    • Handmade in Ghana
  • Handmade in Ghana by Global Mamas

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