The Best Jewelry For This Summer

The warm, sunny weather of summer is perfect for exploring and enjoying the outdoors, but if you're like me, you might not be as adventurous with your wardrobe during the warmer months.
You can still be stylish and practical! I'm a big fan of natural cork jewelry for summer. It's lightweight and durable, so it's great for hiking or going on long walks. Plus, unlike plastic jewelry or accessories made from other materials that can look tacky or cheap, cork looks beautiful against the skin and gives off a natural vibe that screams "summertime!".

Cork Bracelets

This bracelet is made from cork, which is a sustainable material. Cork comes from the bark of cork oak trees and can be harvested without harming the tree or its growth cycle. It's also waterproof, making it a great alternative to leather or other materials that may get damaged in water.

How to make it: To create this piece, start by cutting two strips of cork material using an X-acto knife. Next, glue one end together with  glue and let dry for 15 minutes so they stay in place; then repeat with the other strip so it forms a circle around both glued ends. Then cut another circle out of felt (or fabric) that will lie flat against your wrist when worn; slide this onto one side where you glued together your half circles before attaching again with glue at each end (making sure there are no gaps between layers!). Let everything dry overnight before wearing for best results!

Cork Necklaces

Cork necklace is made from natural cork. It is a great accessory for summer and it is available in many different colors. You can choose the one that suits you best, according to your style and personality! If you love cork products, this necklace will be a great gift for your friends!

Cork Earrings

Cork earrings are a fun way to add some personality to your look this summer. They're lightweight, comfortable, and sustainable—not to mention they're easy to work with too.

Cork is made up of thick layers of tree bark that have been compressed over time, so it's very durable and resistant to moisture. Cork has been used for thousands of years in construction materials like flooring and roof tiles because it's lightweight yet flexible enough not to crack easily under pressure (which makes it perfect for your ears!).

You can find many different styles and sizes of cork earring styles online; they come in a wide variety of colors as well.

Cork Rings

Cork has a very low density—it weighs only 20% as much as wood or 40% as much as plastic (and 30% less than aluminum). As such, it's lightweight enough that you'll barely know you're wearing one! In addition to being light in weight, cork is also soft enough that it does not irritate your skin like metal or plastic can sometimes do; this makes it an ideal material for people with skin sensitivities who have trouble wearing other types of jewelry. Perhaps most importantly though: cork rings look good on everyone!

Cork Keychains

Cork keychain is a great way to show your love for the environment. From its durability and lightweight, it is also hypoallergenic. This means that it does not cause any irritation or skin problems to sensitive users like myself. It has a nice texture that allows you to hold on tightly when you're walking or running with other things in your hands. The packaging was also very neat and clean so I couldn't wait to use my new keychain!

Cork Jewelry Sets

Our Cork Jewelry Set is made from high-quality materials and designed to last. This set includes earrings, a bracelet, and necklace featuring cork beads in a variety of sizes and styles. The set comes in different colors so you can choose what works best for your needs.

Cork beads are durable enough to withstand daily wear but won't irritate your skin with prolonged contact like metal or plastic jewelry might do. They're also hypoallergenic so they won't cause irritation on sensitive skin types like nickel allergies can do! This makes them perfect for babies who may be teething or toddlers who like to chew on their toys when they're upset about something happening at home (or school).


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