Trashy Crafter GIVEAWAY

I'm so excited to be working alongside Kimberly and her mom at the Trashy Crafter!  They are a talented duo that recycles books, sheet music and maps by turning them into jewelry.  How genius is that?!?  I received the Caps for Sale bracelets in the mail and am raffling off an earring set to one of my lucky followers!  Each piece is hand made by rolling the pages of the damaged books to create beautiful beads.  These are then teamed up with other jewelry beads to make a very unique and beautiful piece.  I love it also because they are conversation pieces and...if you have a favorite book it would be so special to 'wear' it on your wrist or ears.  PLUS as teachers ~  well need I say more...hello we LOVE books!

 I proudly wear my bracelets to school and almost every time someone stops me and asks me about them. 

They arrived quickly and were packaged soo cute! 

Even the packaging is smart is that?!?
You absolutely MUST try these and you will fall in love!  If you are a teacher it's a must have - a librarian - a lover of books - a lover of music ( they even make these with sheet music ).  The creativity never ends!  If you'd like a chance to win those adorable Little Red Riding Hood book earrings enter the rafflecopter below:


  1. Anything Mo Willems or Pete the Cat. What a great idea!!

  2. I love her jewelry!!! Thanks for the awesome giveaway!!! I would love her to make some Pete the Cat jewelry next :)

  3. I'm glad we just met! Looking forward to keeping up with you this year! :)

    <3 Melissa

  4. Any Pete the Cat would be fun! :)

  5. So many to choose from. I have a wonderful memory of my hubby reading Gregory the Terrible Eater to my then 4 year old. She's now 22. So, maybe that one. :) I have been longing for a piece of this jewelry since I first saw them. Sighhh... :)

  6. I have heard of these! I think these are soo cute and such a great idea!

  7. Oh my gosh, I love this jewelry. I just saw it the other day, but I can't remember where. I would love something made with Harry Potter. So glad I found your blog!

    Ms. Wilson’s Wolves

  8. Great to see you are also a California 3rd grade teacher like myself. I'd love a bracelet crafted from a super colorful and beautiful book like an old one filled with Impressionist art. I love Monet!

  9. Love this idea! I have a few bracelets from other companies that are made of recycled paper and I absolutely love them! Thanks for reminding me to where them more and thanks for sharing these lovely ladies. :)


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