And yes, you have probably guessed that they are a popular gift choice. I mean, if it was your paper (first) anniversary, and you had to find a paper present, and you know your wife likes jewelry, wouldn’t “Wife” be a cool pair of earrings for her?
Especially when you know you can get them in her favorite color. And that they’re comfortable and kind of fun too
Okay, bijin – which means beautiful woman, or hot babe – that’s pretty popular too
I love the contrast – a soft grey tone (or color of your choice) and a delicate shape. And the kanji says Abunai, or Dangerous
So when you’re wearing these pretty (comfortable!) earrings with your light yellow cashmere sweater and light gray pencil skirt – or white tank top and scuffy jeans – and somebody says hey, what do your earrings say? You can smile, and tell them. Or not. But hey, just for fun?
The kanji says Abunai: dangerous
These were made as a special request for a customer – and I think they turned out well!
The kanji “Hime” translates as “Princess”, which you can imagine is kind of popular with girls. Just for fun
Shown here in purple but of course we can make them in your colors too!
I’m so tickled to be able to offer Paper Jewels bracelets! This silver link kanji bracelet, for example:
And, because the centerpiece is made with a glass cabochon over paper (rather than multiple layers of lacquer) it takes much less time to make – and it costs less This is a win!
It’s available at Paper Jewels of course – and the colors and length are customizable – of course. You can probably think of other kanji you might like to see, too. Hey, just ask!)
This aqua, green and orange hearts necklace is a customer favorite this spring – from the comments I’ve been getting, it’s because these are such “happy colors”. I think that’s a fine description
Neutrals are fine, black and white can be jazzy and powerful, but sometimes rich, pretty, happy color is the way to go.
And (hint) this makes a fine Mother’s Day gift
These pretty, patterned earrings are making a bit of a splash for me this spring – they say Haha, or Mother, in Japanese kanji:
Like all Paper Jewels they’re lightweight – so they’re comfy. I don’t know about you but that matters to me! Of course they can be special ordered in custom colors (and can be made smaller or larger) – though I do have to say, people have been very receptive to this blue zircon, green and golden combo.
And of course, Mother’s Day holiday is coming. Just sayin!
I’m having fun with color right now – case in point, these kanji earrings that say bijin, or beautiful woman – and with the connotation of hot babe A nice gift for your girlfriend, don’t you think?
Yes of course these can be made using other colors – but I have to say, I do like this rich combo. These aren’t huge – about one inch high – but they’ve got a lot of impact. Which is kind of fun, for a lightweight pair of earrings.
And we can all use a little more fun, right?
This is one of my new favorites! It’s a pretty little necklace, I love the graceful navetete shape, and, well, moms seem to like wearing a necklace that says “Angel”
I don’t know if it’s because they think their kids are angels – or maybe hubby thinks she’s an angel for putting up with them (or him)! Either way, it’s a pretty color, and fun to wear for spring.
And Mother’s Day is coming
The kanji “Samurai” has been one of my most-requested custom kanji, and dogtag necklaces are pretty popular – I think because both men and women can wear them easily. I just finished this new kanji dogtag necklace:
I think people are drawn to the Samurai kanji because the idea of an honorable, noble warrior is one that we all appreciate – it’s not so far from the strong, silent American cowboy in the Wild West, except maybe for a bit more discipline (and a boss, or shogun) for many samurai. But a brave warrior? That’s an ideal we can respect.
I made this first necklace in dark khaki at a customer request – but there will be more
The kanji on these earrings says Ai – which means Love. They’re about 1-1/2″ long but very lightweight (and comfy – I’m big on that) – and they’re just super fun for spring
I show them here in light purple, lilac and pink – but you can choose your own color combo (of course). Custom made, her favorite colors, and hmm, Valentine’s Day is coming.
This could be a big win-win