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Exclusive Set for the Delft Mama Community

Few weeks ago, I was asked by Delft Mama to come up with a special offer to celebrate the World Children's Day on the 20th November. Delft Mama is a non-profit organization promoting the well-being and integration of international mothers-to-be and mothers of young children in and around Delft, the Netherlands. My life in Delft would have been a different story if it wasn't for Delft Mama. I made new friends through the organization and the community continues to inspire me. 

So when the opportunity came about, it was very easy for me to say "yes! count me in!". I wanted the offer to be special and meaningful to the community. And that's why I decided to create 3 original artworks for the occasion - they share a common theme of parenting. Be it the overwhelming love that fills your heart when you feel the first kick or the overwhelming sense of responsibility you feel upon the arrival of your child, it's all there on the greeting cards. I especially like the artwork of the whole family going out on a nature walk. I love going on walks with my daughter. She spots things that I don't usually take notice of. And she reminds me how special they are. 

The Delft Mama exclusive set comes with a printed copy of my original children's book Have You Heard of a Kuku Bird? and the beforementioned 3 greeting cards. For the book, you have a choice of English, Dutch or Japanese. The price of the set is 16.50 euros including delivery within the Netherlands. In addition, for every set sold, Collectionaise will donate 2 euros to Delft Mama to support the amazing work they do for the community. So if you are looking for a nice gift this holiday season or simply want to support a local business/organization, please grab your set today! [Click here] This exclusive set is available until the 31st of December 2020.

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