OUT OF AFRICA Expo 4
01 SNAKE CHARMER BRACELETS
Wire-wrapped, jeweled, beaded and feathered suggested
02 SANDLES WITH HANDLES
Basic sandles to walk the sands of the desert, and another option with handles for when you would just rather carry them.
03 CAMEROONS - Camel shaped macaroons
Animal crackers with a taste of Africa
04 MOROCCO TACOS
Soft street tacos with Lamb and couscous
05 OLIVE'S OILS
Virgin pressed olive oils, some flavored.
06 SFENJ - Moroccan doughnuts
Moroccan "doughnuts" are made from a sticky, fritter-like dough which is quickly shaped into a ring before being plunged into hot oil. Although bland in comparison to richer fried treats such as beignets, they are decidedly delicious and satisfying when eaten hot on the spot or quickly brought home to enjoy while still warm with a pot of Moroccan mint tea.
07) SHEA BETTER BUTTER
Moisturizers, products for body, hair, hand and nails.
08) AFRICAN DIAMOND NAILS
Nails perfected in the natural colors of Africa, studded with their most noted export Diamonds in a rich rhinestone representation of many sunset colors.
09 WILD AND WOOLY SHALLS AND WRAPS
Nothing says Africa better than these richly striped wool wraps.
10 MONKEY LICKY LICKY
Genuine Palm Oil from West Africa. Palm oil comes from the oil palm tree, which is native to West Africa.
(Palm oil is used for weight loss and for increasing the body's metabolism. As food, palm oil is used for frying.)
11 IT'S ALL GHANA - West Africa's best chocolate
Two-thirds of the world’s cocoa is produced in Western Afric.
12 CONGO COBALT ALURING EYES
The brightest blue makes the most alluring eyes. Our African cobalt blue eye shadow will never be overshadowed. Our blush will give you that exotic touch that will get you noticed.
13 RAWANDA MAGIC STICKS
Whether your walking or waving you'll get much further with a Rawanda Wand.
14 BOTSWANA BIRD BATHS
Treat your birds to thier own exotic Botswana bird bath. If you want to bird watch in your own back yard, or creative head and wrist bands will allow you to eaves drop without distrubing nature.
15 CORN ON THE CABO VERDE
This authentic African recipe is one of the world's trade route's oldest favorites.
2 tsp ground cumin | 2 tsp ground coriander | 1 tsp dried oregano | 1/2 tsp ground ginger | 1/2 tsp salt | 1/4 tsp ground cinnamon | 1/4 tsp black pepper | 1 dash clove | 4 ears corn with husts | 2 tsp melted butter
16 EGYPTIAN TOURQUOIS
Everything tourquois from tiaras to bracelets, anklets to beaded bags
17 ETHIOPIAN COFFEE
You've never had cofffee unless you drink it like the natives.
Try our variations of Ethiopian coffee cakes and coffee/chocolate dipped bananna chips
18 HOPEFUL OPALS
Nothing makes you shimmer inder the moon like an Ethiopian inspired open from Hopeful Opals. From pendants, to rings and bangles you will be a kalidascope of energy. Ethiopia is known for being a source of high quality opal.
Ethiopia is also a source of Emeralds. Recent finds have inspired our inspired selections of rings and earrings, and raw emerald beaded bracelets.
19 TANZANIA'S STONE MANIA
If you've heard of Tanzanite then you have heard of Tanzania. And we have a variety of tanzanite inspired trinkets to make your dreams as rare as the gems themselves. Tanzanite and blue sapphire are the most favored blue stones in the world - now you can wear your own piece of prescious. (btw, "tanzanite" was a name created by Tiffany & Co. for this stone.)
20 SILVER LININGS
Of all the metals in the world, it is SILVER that is most used to adorn and affix the many varied and splender stones of Africa, and their prescious and semi-prescious gems. WHILE YOU WAIT we'll create a unique memory for you.
21 AFRICAN STRAW MATS
Every home needs a staw mat in the starlike Uganda patters. Some are made round, and hung for decorations, others are put to good use. And what kitchen doesn't need a good brush and broom that actually gets the job done while looking good.
22 STRAW BERRYS
Our unique beaded bracelets blend the unique colors of Africa with the strong weave of African straw.
Sample breads from all over Africa. All we ask for is a small donation.
24 SECRET BOXES
Keep your most secret memories, charms and memorabilia in our specially sized all-purpose wooden boxes inspired from Africa.
25 RAG BAGS
We've taken left over rags and fabrics and made adventurous African colored swag bags for your casual travels.
27 ROCK COLLECTIONS
We've arranged an assortment of stones into the shape of the African continent to represent the 54 countries.
28 QUARTS OF QUARTZ
A huge and fanciful collection of international quartz. Play with them as you like, use them for many wellness and spiritual purposes.
29 BEAD BOXES FROM AFRICA
We've created a special arrangement of African colored beads and exquisit metal accents.
30 IVORY COAST COASTERS
Straw and other African materials fashioned into purposeful drink coasters and mats.
31NAIROBI LOBIE'S EAR ADORNMENT
Nairobi coffee bean beed ear attachments
32 KENYA TEA
Kenya tea is some of the best quality black tea in the world. Discover why it's special .
33 JEZZA BELLE'S
Somali bells of silver and tones of the African continent. Reknown wooden Camel Bells from Mogadiscio.
34 BLACK STATUES, IDOLS and figurines of Africa
Oshun, the Goddess of Love, Beauty and Marriage. Tribal ladies. Toscano Shaka the Zulu Warrior King. African Lady. Toscano Elephant wall sconces. African Tribe Lady sculptures. The African female drummer. Namji dolls. Nine-headed "Abusua". Black tribal statues. Bamana/Bambra Horse Rider. Dinka Omdurman African dolls..Fang Ngil African masks. Panu Okuyi African masks. Songye Kifwebbe African masks. Guro African Masks. Hand carved wooden african safari animals. Ebony figurines. Wooden Rhinoceros. Bronze Panthers. Primitive art. Black ceramics.
34 TAROTS OF NATURE
Herbal Tarot Divination. Deck of the Bastard reading. The Sasurabibito Taro. Nature Tarot card readings. The Aeclectic Tarot. The Badgers Forest Tarot from Nakisha. Butterfly Affirmations Tarot. Elemental Forces of Creation Oracle. Madru: Das Baum Tarot. Maori Oracle. Tarot Leaves. Anieth Nature Tarot.Minchiate Tarot. READINGS and decks for sale.
35 SPIRIT READINGS
Totem readings. An Animal Totem Reading is specific to you and full of information from your Spirit Animals. Each Animal Totem meaning is explained to you, as well as how the positioning of the totem animal influences it's meaning for you.
36 SALTS OF KILIMANJARO
Mount Kilimanjaro or just Kilimanjaro, with its three volcanic cones, "Kibo", "Mawenzi", and "Shira", is a dormant volcano in Tanzania. It is the highest mountain in Africa, about 4,900 metres from its base. Exotic salts are used to symbolize this wondorous monument of the world.
37 WATUSI LUCY
Dresses and wraps for tall women with long legs. Comes with a 12-ring hand wrapped ankle bracelet
38 KING SOLOMON'S MINES
Our vast collection of fine stones from all over Africa, and the world. Loaded onto two-hundred camel trains for a 40 day journey to the grand bazaar.
39 SAVANNAH HANNA
Fragrances of Africa
40 AFRICAN NECK TIES
Giraffe inspired tall cloth neck wraps and 12-strand wire-wrapped neclaces
Trinkets for your sandles and shoes
Learn to decorate your socks with our African inspired craft materials.
43 TRAIL MIX
You need to keep your energy up nutritionally, too.
44 SUN HATS
The Sahara Desertis the world's largest hot desert, and temperature above (100 °F) are common. We've concurred the heat barrier with our effective staw and African inspired fabrics to give you a cool experience.
45 WIND CHIMES
Wood wind chimes have long been a treasured souvonier of Africa. From bamboo Asli art and instruments of wood and metal, these sounds are incomparible.
46 THE WACKY FLAMINGO
Feather collections. Make you own memorables.
47 COCONUT MORTARS AND PESTLES
48 AFRICAN STONE READINGS
An amazing Reading from another continent. Our Reader uses Tanzanite, Tsavorite Garnets, Topaz, Ruby, Garnet, Paraiba Tourmaline, and Zircons.
49 HAIR JEWELRY FROM UGANDA
Famous for its Orange and Blue, Uganda has inspired many unique art creations. Let us create one for you.
50 ELEPHANT TRUNKS
Boxes and cases for every need. Wooden elephant keepsake storage boxes hand carved.
51 MAGIC RESINS
Frankincense (also known as olibanum) is an aromatic resin. Its fragrance is a favorite in perfumes. Myrrh is a fragrant gum obtained from trees of the Near East, also used in perfume, and in medicines and incense. Try out our naturally inspired products.
53 VANILLA BEAN BAGS
Vanilla is a tropical climbing orchid, with a long green fleshy stem from the East African nation of Madagascar.
Real organic vanilla in muslin drawstring bags. Our gift bags are packed with a small orchid to keep them authentic.
54 COUSCOUS BAGS
Famous North African couscous now conveniently packaged in small serving muslim draw-string bags. We also have variations with authentic African recipies and ingredients.
55 LEARN YOUR AFRICAN NAME
Amare, Feechi, Kwame, Ekon, Zane, Jafari, Daliah, Sabra, Haji, Kalifa, Imani, Ode, Asha, Uma, Lulu, Bahati, Maha ...what is your African name?
56 SYMBOLS OF AFRICA
African symbols include exotic birds, the Sun, Spears, Wheat, Warriors, a variety of animals, unusual shames, and the the Ankh and African Adinkra symbol. We can wire-wrap your favorite symbols with metals, stones and charms.Wear them in many ways.
57 FIELD BOOKS
Decorative pen adornment with leather journals make the perfect Field Notes journal.
58 ELEPHANT MUDD
African mud masks made with African Black soap and Shea Butter.
59 RUDYARD KIPLINGS CLIPPINGS
Eyebrow feathers make a wonderful adornment for above your eyes. Choose from ostriches, ducks, geese, waterfowl, guineafowl, New World quail, pheasant, Flamingos, Grebes, Doves, Sandrouse, Turacos, Sheathbills, Frigatebirds, Albgatrosses, Woodpeckers, Hornbills, Kingfishers and a hundred more.
69 GHOSTWOOD'S EXOTIC AFRICAN WOOD BRACELETS
In Africa wood is a popular bracelet base. It can be natural, colored, carved, shaped. Pottery beads, stones and beads can also be used. Always the color is exotic.
70 LEARN AFRICAN DANCE STEPS
Indlamu (South Africa), Zulu, Kpanlogo, Moribayassa, (Guiniea) Eskista (Ethiopia), Atilogwu (Nigeria), Aduma (Kenya), Massai, Pat Pat (Senegal), San Dancing (Botswana), Ewegh (Niger). We will pick a special selection to teach you at this event.
71 Ah d'Or's BEADED HAIR EXTENSIONS
Practical 1/5 inch colored hair extensions with metal beads and other adornments.
72 MONKEY BEADS
Nothing but assortments. Mix and Match.
73 TIGER TAILS
Cloth belts, wrap-arounds and ties.
74 SPICE ISLAND BLENDS
Blended spices, coffees, teas and more.
75 LOTION POTIONS
Africa is home to so many species of exotic flowers that even a lifetime would not be enough to explore them. We have created some exotic lotions and potions so you can enjoy this vast continent in your own home.
76 CRYSTAL STUDDED CRYSTALS
...like the name says.
77 LILLY PUTION'S LITTLE BLACK DOLLS
A rare collection of exotic collectibles
78 MOUNTAIN HERBS
Herbs of all kinds for all purposes. Small quantities available. Collections pre-made.
79 AFRICAN STRAW PILLOWS
80 INSANE INCENSE
81 TWO CRAZY LADIES - TEAM READERS
82 AFRICAN VIOLETS IN PAINTED PLANTERS
© 2019 Christian Toren, Spiritual Wellness Expos Inc.
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