Jabebo Red-winged Blackbird Earrings
Red-winged Blackbirds are among our favorite harbingers of spring. We listen for their early calls in February, here in CT.
A very abundant bird likely seen in open areas from marshes and meadows to pastures and farmland, Jabebo Red-winged Blackbird Earrings will remind you of their cheerful spring calls.
Very common year round throughout almost all of the US and summering far north through much of Canada.
Made from recycled cereal boxes, these whimsical earrings celebrate the joy of life and nature and are made with an eye to both. Each earring is made to differ slightly from its mate while maintaining a unified theme. Every time you wear them, spotting the differences will be a source of amusement for those around you.
Cereal boxes are generally not recycled, but these earrings offer a way to do so and make something beautiful. Two layers of cereal cardboard are fused together as a base for the intricately detailed images, which are then covered with several layers of a water resistant finish. The end result is an earring that is super light-weight yet durable and able to take some exposure to water. On the back of each, you can still see the colorful patterns of the cereal boxes.
Jabebo Earrings began in 1995 after developing a technique of reproducing small miniature images that can be displayed from earring wires. It quickly became a primary creative outlet as they won praise among scientist and teacher friends. The inspiration for these earrings has come from visiting nature centers, wildlife refuges, parks, gardens, museums and all kinds of other interesting locations.
- Surgical steel ear wires
|Dimensions||2 × 1.25 × 2 in|