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3 strands of sky blue recycled paper beads are accented with glass seed beads and a silver-plated toggle clasp. Measures 24 inches long. Each paper bead is individually hand-rolled and coated with a water-resistant non-toxic lacquer. 10% of the wholesale price of this collection will benefit animal conservation worldwide. Learn more about our first partners, the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust and The Sea Turtle Conservancy. Download tabletop signage here (elephant version) and here (sea turtle version)

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Lilian

Lilian heads our team of paper bead makers in Kisumu, western Kenya. She oversees up to 40 women in Kenya and Uganda and makes sure that we never run short of recycled paper beads.  Each bead is individually cut and rolled from magazine pages ensuring a steady supply of work for these women.

They often gather at her home in Kisumu to roll paper beads together.  According to Lilian, the income generated from the millions of beads they've made has completely transformed their lives. 

3 strands of sky blue recycled paper beads are accented with glass seed beads and a silver-plated toggle clasp. Measures 24 inches long. Each paper bead is individually hand-rolled and coated with a water-resistant non-toxic lacquer. 10% of the wholesale price of this collection will benefit animal conservation worldwide. Learn more about our first partners, the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust and The Sea Turtle Conservancy. Download tabletop signage here (elephant version) and here (sea turtle version)

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