This novel, beautiful, recycled paper bead necklace is made from beads of glossy paper from old calendars and brochures, with glass seed beads interspersed. Varnished to a high-gloss, each paper bead looks like a polished stone or wood. Paper is cut in long triangles and rolled to form the beads - wide, short strips for narrow beads and long, thin strips for fat beads. Sold individually. Plastic screw closure. Average length is approximately 22 inches.Colors will vary, please allow us to choose.
Meet the Artisans
Working with more than 100 individual carvers in Machakos, Kenya,Jedando Modern Handicrafts markets african handicrafts primarily made of wood and bone worldwide. Carving is a tradition in Kenya with the children learning the craft from their parents. Carved by hand using only rudimentary hand tools, olive wood bowls, salad serving sets, and animal-shaped napkin rings take shape from pieces of olive wood, mahogany, and mpingo, or "African Ebony".
Recycling never looked so chic! These bracelets are made from bright strips of magazine paper, rolled and lacquered for durability. Bracelets are strung on elasticized cord for a flexible fit. Meet the Artisans Imani Workshop Based in Eldoret, Kenya, Imani Workshops was established in 2005...
Mix it up with these chunky three-strands crafted from assorted beads. Colors will vary. Approximately 22 inches long. Round toggle clasp. Meet the Artisans Imani Workshop Based in Eldoret, Kenya, Imani Workshops was established in 2005 under the social enterprise wing of the Academic Model...
Wearing this beautiful bracelet sets you apart as an important supporter of opportunity in the slums of Kenya where opportunity is scarce. These bracelets are beaded by hand with colorful beads by 15 young men and women find a sustainable income and a path out...
Hand sculpted ceramic birds are perched atop stacked pebble on this playful necklace. The piece comes on a 20 inch chain. Meet the Artisans Imani Workshop Based in Eldoret, Kenya, Imani Workshops was established in 2005 under the social enterprise wing of the Academic Model...