OutFit: Recycled jewelry

Recycled jewelry

One of the most refreshing fashion trends is recycling. Anything and everything can have a new life with a little ingenuity and a lot of creativity.

License plates get a different identity when made into bracelets or pendent necklaces. Suddenly, a utilitarian item becomes a piece of pop art.

Next time you pop the top of a soda can, think about adding some beads to the tab and finding it a mate to create a pair of very unique earrings.

Old newspapers and magazines can be cut into strips and rolled into beads to make a colorful necklace or bracelet.

Don’t let a lack of funds cramp your style, just use what you have to create a whole new look.

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Ivy Parnasius owns Pollux Clothing Co. stores in Grand Junction, 321 Main St., and in Montrose, 433 Main St. Call her at 242-8050 (252-1770 in Montrose) or go to http://www.polluxshop.com.


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