Taking orders for next month.
Seven Indigenous brands supported for the month of May
What was inside for May?
Bush Medjina — RRP $48 (valued at $70)
Calm Balm 10g
Miracle Balm 10g
Sleep Balm 10g
Breathe Easy Balm 10g
Skin Soothe Balm 10g
We have been using bush knowledge and medicines to heal ourselves for generations and Medjina has been created to lift our indigenous people and others up so that we can be stronger and healthier together.
Hand-harvested on Groote Eylandt, Mawilyaburna (Liniment) leaves are infused with organic coconut oil, and lemongrass and peppermint essential oils, to create our indulgent Calm Balm. Used by our elders for centuries, Mawilyaburna leaves are sourced and collected in the Eylandt wetlands by our Bush Medijina team.
Yarns with Kayla — Our Songlines
We couldn't box up founder Kayla this month, so our next best option is to open a direct line to her!
Kayla is the founder, driver, mastermind and cultural inspiration behind Our Dilly Bag, and the umbrella brand: Our Songlines. With reconciliation week around the corner, Kayla will dive into steps and actions we can all take towards an all-inclusive reconciliation within Australia and will educate on the importance of why and how everyone can make steps every day to achieve this! To get access, you'll have to find out more in this month's bag.
Earth | Sun | People - Notebook Collection — RRP approximately $10.00
One notebook from this collection, which is a collaboration between Clothing The Gaps and social enterprise MET Designs.
Designed with love on Wurundjeri Country by Gunditjmara woman, Laura Thompson.
Crafted with care on Yuggera Ugarapul Country by social enterprise Words With Heart.
There are 56 x 120gsm pages (half lined | half plain) - perfect for notes, sketches, creatives and writers.
100% recycled paper and carbon neutral paper.
Printed with vegetable inks and finished with a biodegradable splash resistant cover.
This notebook funds literacy education for children in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities.
Custom curated 12-16 page MAY booklet
Written and produced monthly by our Founder, Kayla Cartledge, this topical information booklet deep dives into relevant cultural heritage. This month will be focusing on Mother's Day and feminine energy.
You will learn matriarchal cultural pratices and the history of women's connection to our land.
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