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Recycled Paper Rabbit Earrings - Pink

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Cute rabbit shaped earrings made from recycled paper which has been cast in a natural, bio-based epoxy resin. The resin contains no toxic organic compounds or heavy metals and provides a clear, solid gloss finish. Features silver plated earring posts and silver butterfly backs suitable for pierced ears. All are lead and nickel free for those with sensitivities.

Each individual piece is hand made in Scotland and is totally unique. The images above show some of the designs that are available in pink, but the actual design received may differ from those shown.

Each pair of earrings comes presented on a pretty shaped card and wrapped in tissue.

Rabbit measures approximately 8mm high x 1.3cm long at widest point. Stud length approximately 1cm.

Please note: We are unable to accept returns on earrings for hygiene reasons. Even though the recycled paper has been set, please keep dry.

Made from recycled paper which has been cast in a natural, bio-based, non-toxic epoxy resin for a clear, UV resistant, plastic-like finish that
resists scratching and yellowing.


Each piece has been hand made by Scottish designer Dee Leslie at her little studio in Newton Stewart, close to the Galloway Forest Park.
Founder Dee is a designer, maker and dreamer with a passion for nature and the living world. She studied Animal Biology and Conservation at Edinburgh Napier University and graduated with a BSc (Hons) in 2009. She worked in conservation and on an endangered species breeding program for a number of years before completely changing tracks and going full time with her own handmade jewellery business in 2012. Her love of nature and the world around her now plays a vital role as the inspiration for all her botanical jewellery pieces.

Dee is a member of the Butterfly Conservation Trust (no surprises there!), and she supports the Bat Conservation Trust, the Galloway Bee Association, the Galloway and Southern Ayrshire Biosphere and she's also an ambassador for the Big Blue Ocean Clean Up.