Paper Jewelry(172 items)
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I make my own rolled paper earrings but I just couldnt pass these up. They are larger than you think. Great with jeans.
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These are freaking amazing!! The hardest part was picking out which Frida earrings to purchase from this artist! The detail is gorgeous, and they?re light-weight/super-comfy to wear! Buy these, you won?t be disappointed! And fast shipping, too!
Akwele Suma Recycled paper and fashion jewelry, and original paintings
"One can never finish discovering what nature has to offer, so from a place of the spirit and with joy, gratitude, and delight I am going deeper with my work in order to share with the world."
In 1990 Akwele graduated from the Ghana... read more
Popular Paper Jewelry
Handcrafted Colorful Recycled Paper Beaded Stretch Bracelet, "Revitalize"$14.99
Costa Rican artisan Luis Barboza loves to create beautiful jewelry from recyclable materials. The artisan handcrafts beads by cutting strips of recycled paper and rolling them into the desired shape, creating a variety of colors and textures. The recycled paper beads, both elongated and round, are strung with pinewood beads to create this stretch bracelet.
Handcrafted Frida Kahlo and Flowers Wood Dangle Earrings, "Frida Adorned"$29.99
These handcrafted dangle earrings frame an image of the iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo surrounded by blooming flowers. Mexican artisan Ana Luisa Zavala laser cuts wood into the scalloped miniature frames that hold the image printed on paper. The earrings hang from 18k gold-plated aluminum hooks and are finished with lively green tassels made from cotton thread.
Recycled Paper Beaded Stretch Bracelet in Blue, "Abstract Illusion"$19.99
Making a statement for ecological responsibility, Guatemalan duo Argentina and Francisco use recycled paper to create this stretch bracelet. Long, wrapped beads of blue and brown paper circle the wrist, alternating with smaller beads at the top and bottom.