- Why did I try these earrings?
- Beautiful gift wrapping and excellent quality permit sending them as holiday gifts
- What else do I like?
- Who would love these handmade wood earrings?
- In a nutshell
Disclosure: Ad. The earrings are samples of my choice from WHITL Woodworking. The post is not endorsed by them. I wrote it entirely myself and it represents my own 100% honest opinion.
Why did I try these earrings?
According to market statistics, jewelery is among the favorites for gifts. Many fashion lovers are concerned about the environmental impacts of fast fashion and this concern also includes accessories. They look for sustainable resources. There is no doubt that wood is one of them. It stores carbon. To keep forests healthy they have to be thinned out on a regular basis. Doing so also reduces the risk of wildfires from dead trees. These facts all speak for wood as being an environmentally friendly material. Furthermore, wood-grain varies on each piece and the pieces are handmade, which make each piece unique. Furthermore, the material (walnut, cherry, maple) is very light. Consequently, one can go for large statement pieces. When browsing WHITL Woodworking’s wood jewelry collection, I immediately fell in love with several of their pieces.
Their designs encompass every day contemporary and three-dimensionally built pieces. There are also Bohemian, Folk Art, geometric, Southwestern, Pop Culture and patriotic collections. You can imagine, it was hard to just pick three! I picked the Bohemian small maple and large walnut teardrops as well as the walnut and gold pairs. You know I love sleek styles.
Beautiful gift wrapping and excellent quality permit sending them as holiday gifts
What I opened the mailing package, I was very suprised to see the beautiful gift wrapping (see featured photo of this post). My first thought was “Wow, that’s great when you send them as gifts for the holidays.” When I unwrapped the items, I was very impressed by the high quality of each single piece. When putting them in, I was fascinated how light and comfortable it felt wearing even the large teardrops.
What else do I like?
The samples well demonstrate that they are a great value for the price. They look more expensive than they actually are. In other words, very affordable even on a budget. They will not break the bank, when you use them as a gift in your holiday stockings. I also love that you get free shipping on orders over $30.
I like that WHITL supported, sustained local artist community. The company partners with local artists to highlight and draw attention to their work. I wish there were more businesses that support their local community.
Many of my readers also look for gifts that are made in the USA. These beauties are made in Texas.
Who would love these handmade wood earrings?
The small maple teardrop nickel-free earrings cost $11.99 and are 1.9 inch (4.83 cm) tall. They are perfect for everyone with Bohemian Style, but also work great for everyday style.
The walnut and gold teardrop pair is available for $21.99 and is 2.5 inches (5 cm) tall. Like all of their jewelry, they are nickel-free and hypoallergenic. This pair looks very sophisticated and is perfect for going out with friends. It is great for all women who want to make a statement. And a Must-have when your personal style is Dramatic. It is also a great addition for a Bohemian wardrobe.
The walnut teardrop pair costs $16.99. A minimalist and sophisticated fashionista will love it to accessorize a white top, jeans with jacket look and with a smart, sleek dress, respectively.
I definitely would recommend their products to my friends. These wood hand-crafted ear pieces are great gifts for any jewelery-loving female over 13 on your gift list. You can buy them online or in any WHIT Woodworking store.
WHIT Woodworking wood jewelry is handmade, high quality, very affordable, stylish, superlight, comfortable and nickel-free hypoallergenic. A great holiday gift idea. Browse their collection now to see yourself.You will LOVE these wood earrings. #WHITL #giftideas Click To Tweet
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