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An Eco Friendly Bangle made completely out of recycled materials - Glossy newspaper strips neatly wrapped on thick cardboard ring.

This listing is for one bracelet.

The bangle has a width of 1 inch (2.5 cm) and is available in 3 sizes :
Small - 2.5 inches (6.3 cm) diameter
Medium - 2.75 inches (7 cm) diameter
Large - 3 inches (7.6 cm) diameter

The bracelet is protected using a moisture-resistant sealant which allows the jewelry to be splash and moisture proof. However, I would still recommend keeping all items safe from the rain, your bath time and the washing up!

So, how do you know the right bangle size for you? The best way is to take out bangles that you already have and measure the inside diameter and compare to the measurements given.

You can also measure your hand to find your bangle size. Make your hand as small as possible, as if you were putting on bangles, bringing your thumb and little finger together. Using a tape or string, measure your hand at the widest point. Make note of the actual circumference of your hand and compare it to the bangle circumference depending on how loose you wish to wear it.

All items will arrive in beautiful handcrafted gift boxes, ready for gift giving.

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Paper jewelry - Newspaper Bracelet - Recycled jewelry - Upcycled Jewelry - Eco friendly jewelry - First Anniversary gift - Eco jewelry

$30.00 USD
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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: newspaper, recycled cardboard
  • Ships worldwide from Chennai, India
  • Feedback: 226 reviews
  • Favorited by: 1760 people