Handmade by Mayan Artisans – Gifts that Give Twice
We are adding new products every week! If you want something that you do not see here, please email me at [email protected].
We have many products in the U.S. and are sending more products from Guatemala every month. We are usually able to ship within a few days to a week by USPS First Class. If some products in your order will take longer, we will let you know. 
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Specials (through May 15):

  • FREE SHIPPING on all orders over $50!
  • 10% off all Bamboo Scarves
  • 10% off all Earrings
  • 10% off Everything in our Crafts for the Home category—including placemats, runners, baskets, potholders, pottery and more!
  • 20% off all Face Masks
  • 20% off Handcarved Coconut Shell Necklace – Unitarian Universalist Chalice design
  • 10% off all Graduation/Clerical Stoles

Click on the graphic below to view our brochure highlighting the range of products we carry:

Check out our 3-minute video below:

Our Projects

Click on project titles below for more information about each project.

Helping to Build New Weavers’ Workshop

Young women who served on the co-op’s board of directors in recent years.

Food Aid for Maya in Santiago Atitlán, Guatemala

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We have raised over $7,000 via our GoFundMe campaign, and spent even more on food and hygiene supplies for Maya in Santiago Atitlán during the pandemic. We have also purchased medical supplies for the local Centro de Salud in Panabaj, Santiago. Read more at our GoFundMe page.

Helping Tz’utu Kan Rebuild His Maya Cultural Center which was burned down in April 2020

Tz’utu Kan is a Maya Tz’utujil hip-hop artist and cultural ambassador and advocate whose home and cultural center, Casa Kan, was burned down in April 2020, likely by arson.