Living An Eco Friendly Life
Ecounusual is expanding!
We're more than just African beads now! Wanting to embrace the positivity, resourcefulness and health of the African lifestyle, this site will now not only sell handcrafted African jewelry, but will also teach you how to live in balance with the planet. Check out our first offering on how to make your beauty ritual more natural and healthful when you learn about what to eat for healthy hair and skin. I was so impressed with the superpower food blueberries that I had to go out and buy some as soon as I started researching this page! Find out what nutrients are best for good skin and hair, what foods contain those nutrients in the highest concentration and also get some recipes that incorporate these power foods! Get beautiful, get healthy and get ecounusual!
Buy African Beads and Beaded Necklaces from Africa
Handmade African Recycled Paper Bead Jewelry Available on eBay
How Is This Jewelry Made?
View how the African recycled paper bead jewelry from Uganda is made. Also see who makes it: Uganda's Artisans are providing themselves with an income through jewelry making.
Necklaces and Bracelets Crafted From Recycled Paper
Ecounusual.com is featuring handmade necklaces and bracelets made from recycled magazines. This jewelry is crafted by women in the Muyenga area of Kampala, Uganda. Shop online for Beaded Jewelry made from recycled magazines or bracelets made from recycled paper.
African Banana Fibre Hats
At a later date, we will also be featuring African hats handcrafted in Kampala, Uganda. Check back in the near future for these items.
At a later date, we will also be featuring handwoven African baskets crafted from a variety of natural materials. Check back soon to purchase these items direct from the basket weavers themselves.
At a later date, we will also be featuring handwoven African handbags in a variety of styles. These bags are crafted from several different natural materials. Check back again to purchase African handbags from Uganda online.
At a later date, we will also be featuring handmade batiks from Africa. Continue to check Eco-Unusual for the latest in African Art from Uganda.