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Everything Wabbani makes grows out of the deep connection to the lands and waters that characterizes local life.
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Wabbani Jun 19
Wabbani wants to connect indigenous craftspeople with customers worldwide
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Wabbani May 31
Wabbani believes life is handmade. And a little silly! Say hi to Shante, the lead of our student marketing team!
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Wabbani May 30
Original Macushi designs perfect for knob replacements in your dream kitchen or bathroom! Check out the story behind these indigenous designs by reading our blog here:
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Wabbani May 29
These lily pads aren’t just beautiful, but they’re GIANTS! Yet another amazing image of the Rupununi
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Wabbani May 28
From the Yupukari to your kitchen. Stay updated on product production and distribution by following all of our social media!
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Wabbani May 25
Another beautiful sunset in the Rupununi. You can learn more about the Land of the Giants by checking out our blog here
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Wabbani May 24
These panel designs are based on traditional flat-walled basket forms, such as square baskets, flat baskets and mats! Read more on our blog here
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Wabbani May 23
Woah! Even the little guys in the Rupununi are GIANTS! Just check out this hairy caterpillar 🐛
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Wabbani May 22
All of our patterns are handmade designs crafted from our indigenous friends in Guyana 🇬🇾. So when you get a product from Wabbani, you’re not just a panel or a knob, you’re getting love!
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Wabbani May 21
Our founders are traveling to Guyana this month! Be sure to wish them safe travels 🇬🇾
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Wabbani May 18
These Capybara roam free near the Yupukari village. Fun fact, they love water! Capybaras are semi-aquatic, so while they live on land they spend a lot of time in the water, hanging out near swamps, rivers and ponds!
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Wabbani May 17
Fun fact : “Wabbani” is a word of Arawak origin that means “platform” – as in a hunter’s treetop hide!
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Royal Ladies Dec 5
Queen Rania takes a look at a collection of handicrafts made by Jordanian and Syrian women as part of a collaboration between the Jordan River Foundation and IKEA Amman, Jordan/ December 5, 2017
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Mrs. Y. Apr 20
How to Build Your Own Time Capsule
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ThreatMeter Apr 20
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Brian Robinson Apr 20
How to make your own DIY portable green screen with PVC pipe and a pillow case:
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três-studio Apr 20
DIY CABECERO CAPITONE on
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Peter Masters Apr 20
. and launch DIY kits for AI
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Karli Apr 20
Yes indeed! here we come!
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