About Wokoscrafts

Wokoscrafts is a company owned by Peace Wokorach, which specializes in creating African-inspired paper jewelry. The company's focus is on designing and producing a variety of paper-based jewelry items such as earrings, necklaces, and bracelets. The unique aspect of Wokoscrafts is its use of paper to create these stunning pieces of jewelry, which are not only eco-friendly but also reflect the rich cultural heritage of Africa. I also use high-quality stainless steel in our designs, which is a durable and sustainable metal that doesn't tarnish or rust. By combining recycled paper with stainless steel, I am able to create jewelry that's not only eco-friendly but also long-lasting and versatile.


By using paper as the primary material, Wokoscrafts creates jewelry that is lightweight and comfortable to wear, while also being durable and long-lasting. The designs are inspired by African art, culture, and history, and incorporate a range of colors, patterns, and textures to create a stunning visual appeal.


Wokoscrafts' paper jewelry is perfect for those who want to make a statement with their accessories while also being environmentally conscious. The company is dedicated to creating unique, high-quality, and sustainable jewelry that celebrates African culture and inspires others to embrace their heritage.


Vision statement

My mission is to create a world where African-inspired paper jewelry is embraced as a sustainable and stylish form of self-expression, where upcycling and the circular economy are the norm, and where local artists are valued and supported for their craftsmanship.


Mission statement 

Wokoscrafts believes in empowering individual style through sustainable African-inspired paper jewelry, supporting local craftsmanship, and protecting the environment through upcycling.


Motto statement 

Crafted with care, styled with individuality.


Wokoscrafts is passionate about creating jewelry that not only looks great but also has a positive impact on the environment. That's why all of our jewelry is made from recycled paper, such as magazines, flyers, newspapers, and other papers that would otherwise end up in landfills, vintage beads. By upcycling these materials, Iam able to give them new life and reduce waste.

Wokoscrafts commitment to sustainability doesn't stop there. I also use an environmentally friendly varnish to make my paper beads waterproof and water-resistant, ensuring that wokoscrafts jewelry can withstand everyday wear and tear and last for years to come. By choosing WokosCrafts jewelry, you're not only getting a stylish accessory but also making a conscious choice to support eco-friendly practices.


So whether you're looking for a statement piece to add to your collection or a unique gift for someone special, WokosCrafts jewelry is the perfect choice for the conscious consumer. Shop my collection today and make a sustainable statement with your style!


Jewelry with a story: Meet the maker behind WokosCrafts

Hi, I'm Peace, the founder of Wokoscrafts. Growing up in kinawataka, a neighborhood in Uganda, I learned how to make paper beads from a neighbor who offered us cookies in exchange for our creations. At first, it was all about the cookies as a child, but over time, I grew to love making these beautiful beads. In 2012, I started making my own jewelry and selling it to my schoolmates for pocket money. As my skills improved, I began sharing my craft with people in my village, and they loved it!


When I moved to the Netherlands in 2020, a friend was amazed by one of my bracelets and asked me where I got it. I told them that I made it from paper, and they were surprised and curious about how I did it. That's when I got the idea to create tutorials on YouTube, and since then, my channel has grown to over 3k subscribers and 200k views.


I take great pride in making paper beads and turning them into stunning jewelry that reflects my Ugandan-African heritage. For me, making jewelry is a way of letting out the colors and creativity that are always swirling around in my head. I'm excited to share my passion with you and invite you to explore my collection of sustainable African-inspired paper jewelry. Thank you for taking the time to get to know me and my craft