Cielo Christmas Gift Guide 2018

November 22, 2018

Cielo Christmas Gift Guide 2018

Hello everyone!

It is that time of year again. What a wild ride 2018 has been and now we are getting ready for some Christmas cheer. Can you believe it?!

Each year we send out a Cielo Gift Guide to help you with your Christmas shopping. By shopping from small businesses and ethical brands you can be sure to find unique gifts never seen anywhere else. Gifts with a story, purpose and meaning. Gifts made by hand that create feeling and emotion, that support families and contribute to so much more than big chain stores ever could.

For us, Christmas shopping usually means wandering through our local markets meeting makers and looking for special handmade gifts, or purchasing online from our favourite ethical brands.

Now we want to share our favourite Cielo gift ideas with you all, in the hope that it will make this time of year a little easier.

All of our pieces have been ethically handcrafted by our artisan partners throughout Mexico and Guatemala. We also donate 5% of our profits to Mision Mexico Children’s Refuge, so you can be sure that your purchase makes a difference.

Simply click on the photo below to view the collection and remember to sign up to our mailing list online to receive 10% off your first purchase!

Gifts Under $30:

Pana & Puro Coin Pouches + Cielo Key Rings!

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pana coin pouch cielo key ring cielo collective

Pom Poms and Tassels!

Pom Pom Tassel Cielo Collective

Corazon Pom Poms!

corazon pom poms

Gifts Under $50:

Catarina Clutches!

catarina clutches cielo collective

Santo Tomas Belts!

santo tomas belt cielo collective

Gifts Under $100:

Jalieza Diamond Clutches!

jalieza diamond clutch cielo collective

Cielo Camera Straps!

cielo camera strap

Silvia Wallets!

silvia wallet cielo collective

Jalieza Table Runners!

jalieza table runner cielo collective

Gifts From $100 - $250:

The Mundo Bag! 

mundo bag cielo collective

Rainbow Throws!

cielo collective rainbow throw

Amor Ikat Throw!

cielo collective amor ikat throw

If you would like to shop in person here are our market days:

  • Sunday the 25th November - Sunshine Coast Collective Markets at Coolum Primary School
  • Sunday the 2nd December - Peregian Beach Markets
  • Sunday the 9th December - Sunshine Coast Collective Markets in Coolum
  • Sunday the 16th December - Peregian Beach Markets
  • Sunday the  23rd December - Sunshine Coast Collective Markets in Coolum

Our Mudjimba studio is also open by appointment. Simply send us an email to pop in for some Christmas shopping.

Thank you so much for shopping with us during this special time of year! We look forward to helping you find the perfect Cielo pieces for your loved ones.

- Skye & Moacir.






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