Paper Anniversary Gifts(96 items)
Discover NOVICA's unique collection of Paper Anniversary Gifts, showcasing traditional and contemporary paper treasures handcrafted by artisans from around the world, to help celebrate the 2nd year of marriage.
Featured Reviews on Paper Anniversary Gifts
This is for a gift for my daughter, a librarian. She will absolutely love it! A very special piece that I am sure she will treasure always!
A fun necklace
I love this unique and fun necklace! I?ve enjoyed wearing it and have received compliments when I have worn it. The necklace is very colorful and can be worn with many of my tops. The necklace is lightweight and well constructed. I?m very pleased that I purchased it.
By Jane C.
I love these earrings! They are quite long, which I like very much, and the colors are bright and stunning! They are quite different in that the lower spiral is made from paper from a recycled magazine.
Francis Oliveira Recycled paper jewelry
"Art for me today is an instrument of transformation."
Popular Paper Anniversary Gifts
Central American Cotton Recycled Paper Waterfall Necklace, "Colorful Illusion"$49.99
Bright and colorful like festive serpentines, recycled paper beads cascade into wonderful elegance. By Illusion, from Believe and Create for the Future, this necklace evokes our hopes for a bright future. Handcrafted with macramé techniques, the brown necklace fastens with a pinewood toggle button.
Recycled Newspaper Decorative Basket, "Spiral"$49.99
From Argentina and Francisco, this delightful box is crafted by young people from the Asociación ADISA. The bowl takes shape from spirals of recycled paper, and the lid is created specifically for this individual piece. Several coats of varnish protect the box.
Recycled paper dangle earrings, "Continuity"$23.99
Akwele Suma selects a palette of grey, brown, cream and golden hues for the design of these earrings. Adorned with sese wood beads, the earrings are crafted by hand with rolled up strips of paper recycled from a variety of printed sources. Secured with waxed linen threads, the earrings hang from brass wires.
The artist uses the paper at hand so paper colors will vary, making each design a unique example of handcrafted art. These beads receive a protective coat of clear nail polish.
Seen up close, petals shade from scarlet to pink and rose. Anita Soares focuses her lens on a perfect orchid from Rio de Janeiro's famed botanical garden. This superb photograph seems to capture its perfume. Soares presents the color photo in an Arquatti paper mat.
Titled "Orquídea Rosa" in Portuguese.