PFC Peace Pack Documentary & Handcraft Set
Free Gift

$ 59.99 USD

Spread peace! This limited-edition PFC Peace Pack includes our favorite selection of Nepali handcrafts, in addition to the PFC Peace Through Music DVD Documentary. These items are unique and exclusive to Playing For Change, and the set is available for a limited time only. The PFC Peace Pack is a perfect gift for you and your loved ones. Let’s give a gift that matters!

 

This Pack Includes:

PEACE THROUGH MUSIC DVD DOCUMENTARY (83 mins), as seen on PBS. The DVD includes 26 minutes more footage not seen on PBS, plus 20 minutes of bonus chapters chronicling the filmmakers' journey.

PFC GOLD PRINT GIFT BOX w/ Tibetan Auspicious Symbols

 

8 inches wide x 5.75 inches depth x 3 inches height

PFC PRINT 4-FOLD LAMPSHADE

Royal Blue | 7 inches high x 4.5 inches wide

PFC PEACE JOURNAL w/ Tibetan Auspicious Symbol

Lama Color | 5 inches wide x 5 inches depth | 30 pages

PFC PEACE GARLAND FLAGS - Set of 12

Each flag is 4.25 inches square with gold printing - 7 feet long

PFC GREETING CARDS - Set of 4 w/ envelopes

Mixed Color | Each card is 3.25 inches x 4.5 inches

PFC PEACE PHONES YAK BONE KEYRING w/ Handcrafted Brocade Gift Bag

Hand Carved in Himalayan Yak Bone by Nepalese Artisans

 

ABOUT HANDMADE LOKTA PAPER PRODUCTS

This world renowned handmade paper is made according to traditional methods from the bark of the Danphe Bush. It is only found above 6,500 feet altitude of the Himalayan region in Nepal. The paper is a fine texture, strong and is able to be preserved for some centuries.

In the heart of the Himalayas, Nepalese artisans combine a traditional process of ancient papermaking with modern fashion and style. The result is a high-quality paper product, prized for its superior strength, durability, and rich texture. This natural product is 100% handmade using local raw materials, simple technology, and ancient skills.

For ages Lokta bark has been used for the purpose of making paper. To avoid destroying the main root, the plant is harvested by cutting it's stem at ground level. Lokta takes two to three years of time to regenerate naturally so there are no challenges on the Nepal's forest ecology.

First the bark of Lokta plant is cleaned and then cut into small pieces with a sharp knife. The pieces are soaked in water for about six hours. Then cooked in a soaking solution of hot water and soda for 1-2 hours and washed in cold water. The material is then hammered and converted into pulp. The pulp is poured into wooden frames for drying into sheets of paper.