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Denim Samsui Woman Tissue Box Cover


A table-top tissue box cover featuring a smiling Samsui Woman plush doll. Ingeniously made from recycled denim jeans.

SKU: SACS31. Categories: , , . Tag: . Item sold: 22

Product Description

If you are a fan of our Samsui Woman design, you will be delighted to know that she also comes in the form of a desktop tissue box cover.

She is a doll designed with an added mission: to make your boring tissue box attractive. Sewn from durable denim, she is rugged like her real-life counterpart but equally adorable like any plush dolls. A red trim is added along the hem for that extra dash of colour. Get one to spice up your home now!

You will be pleased to know that your purchase will make a big difference in supporting the lives of disadvantaged women who handcrafted these distinctive creations. Your contributions will help provide a sustainable income project for these women and help them live in dignity.



  • 100 g
  • 33 x 16 x 4 cm
  • Denim and cotton materials
  • Synthetic cotton filling
  • An elasticized strap to keep your tissue box in place



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Singapore Anglican Community Services

Singapore Anglican Community Services

The passion to make a difference in the lives of others spurred Mrs. Catherine Thomas and Mr. Francis Thomas to start a ministry more than 50 years ago, to provide a clinic and counselling for the poor. Later, the ministry evolved into SACS which steadily grew in their mission to provide hope and care to the lost, broken-hearted and the handicapped. Today, SACS is an Institution of Public Character (IPC) providing professional services to over 2000 clients. It serves three distinctive groups of clients: those recovering from mental illnesses, disadvantaged women, and individuals with autism. SACS aims to provide refuge and heal wounded hearts that are marginalized by society. Read More