Fabric earrings beaded- Afiba
$25.00 – $28.00
Fabric earrings – beaded in Afiba jewellery design. Handmade earrings – Afiba fabric earrings in half moon geometric shapes. Beaded jewellery, drop earrings in African wax print cotton fabric.
Wax Print Cotton Fabric
Swirl motif prints in dark red.
Half moon geometric shape
Variations in Bead Colour,
Reverse print design differs
Add 25mm for hook+ bead
Weight 10g approx
Sterling Silver hooks.
Handmade in Melbourne, Australia.
Fabric earrings beaded – Afiba fabric earrings in half moon geometric shapes. Beaded jewellery, drop earrings in African wax print cotton fabric, finished with sterling silver French hooks.
My existing Oblayoo jewellery collection highlights best of African wax print fabrics. Now, you can now experience the most colourful and contemporary fashion jewellery. If you like colourful earrings, then this pair of swirl print design print fabric is for you.
Ghana’s colourful African print fabric designs.
Ghana’s fashion scene today is filled with a beautiful array of different wax print cotton fabrics. I chose this blue fabric with dark red and mustard colour swirl print designs because it is simply adorable. Afiba is the name of this unique jewellery collection. Afiba means New year festivities.
What materials make lightweight fabric earrings?
I craft geometric lightweight fabric earrings using recycled card stock. In this video, I take you through my studio process. To start, I cut my card stock to the desired shape. Then, I pace them onto print fabric and apply glue. Thereafter, I create holes to hold the metal parts. Very easy, isn’t it.?
How do you create earrings in an ethical way?
In fact, we all can create earrings in ways that are ethical. I create ethical earrings by re-purposing, cardstock. Moreover, I rescue fabric off cuts to use in creating fabric earrings. In my creative studio, nothing goes waste. So, my creative process is both ethical and sustainable and safe for the environment.
Where is this product made?
I hand craft my earrings here in Melbourne. I use fabric off cuts and other clean materials I rescue to help save the environment.