Gift-giving is a big part of the holiday season. And at Serve Kindness, we’re proud to offer gifts that give back. But our bowls aren’t just a beautiful gift choice—a portion of the proceeds donates to the charity of your choice.
Our bowls are also versatile, vibrant vessels that have so many uses, especially during the holiday season!
Serve Kindness bowls are wonderful gifts for any occasion, but they’re an extra-special way to surprise someone on your holiday list. Wrap up a nested set of three bowls for a newlywed couple celebrating their first Christmas together. Pick out a single bowl in the favorite color of a friend, a family member, or a co-worker, and watch their eyes light up. And our small bowls make the perfect holiday “thank you” for teachers, your postal carrier, your stylist, a hostess—fill with a small treat like candy or nuts for an added treat.
Kindness should always be on the menu during the holidays, and our bowls are a great way to add a dash of color and joy to any gathering. Fill with fruits and pastries for your family’s Christmas morning breakfast. Serve a Pinterest-worthy recipe during an elegant evening dinner party. Or offer up finger foods and appetizers for a casual get-together with friends.
Add festive flair, holiday spirit and a pop of color to every corner of your home when you display our bowls of various sizes. Perch a small bowl on a side table to hold candy canes and other seasonal treats. Float a candle in a medium-sized bowl to set an elegant mood. And our large bowls can hold everything from ornaments to pinecones to greenery—display on a tabletop for an instant centerpiece!
Performing an act of kindness can certainly make a person feel happier and it also has some other amazing “side effects.” Being kind can be good for the heart. It can slow aging. It can improve relationships. Best of all: It’s contagious!
When we first began designing our glass bowls, we knew we wanted to partner with local artists to create them—artists who celebrate the practice, the process, and the tradition of hand-blowing glass.
We found that partner in James McLeod of the Bubble Factory in Essex, MA and he was kind enough to share his story with us for our latest blog post.