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TIMBER & COTTON X NATALIE JADE- Ocean Dreaming Blooming Delight Hoop Dangle Earring- Light Blue

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Together, Timber & Cotton and Natalie Jade have created a colour packed collection of earrings and accessories in celebration of the First Nations People and upcoming NAIDOC week. 

Each piece from this collaboration features the stunning artwork of Natalie Jade. Natalie Jade is an Australian Aboriginal artist located in Melbourne. Natalie is a proud Palawa women and this is expressed through her colour packed artwork.

All pieces have been designed and handmade right here in Australia.

 What is the story behind this artwork?

Ocean Dreaming is an intuitively painted visual representation of Natalie Jade's connection to the ocean and the mermaid realm. For more information and/or to purchase this artwork, please click here.

 What are these made from?

These earrings are beautiful crafted from 3mm acrylic and feature Natalie Jade's artwork which has been printed onto the acrylic and has been finished with a clear durable coating.

This unique and fun design in created using 3mm acrylic (top and middle section) and a stunning, printed acrylic back featuring Natalie Jade's artwork. 

These earrings are set on a 25mm diameter 316L stainless steel hoops (surgical stainless steel).

The best thing about our hoop dangles is that you can wear all components, only one component or 2 components of the dangle. If you own more than 2 pairs or more, you can also swap around the components to create your very own colour schemes.

 What size are these?

These earrings are approx. 44mm (width) x 67mm (height)

These are the maximum measurements so grab yourself a ruler to get an idea of how this size will look on you.

 How do I care for my earrings?

We all want our accessories to last for a long time! To ensure you get the most out of our products please refer to our Care Instructions for a detailed description on how to care for your products.


Please note that the colours of this product may differ from that of the image due to differences in computer monitors and lighting during photography. Additionally those earrings containing glitter foil components may differ in the positioning and colour of foil. The glitter is mixed with a clear acrylic so some areas of the glitter may be clear. These are not flaws, it just makes them even more unique. In addition, products containing a patterned material may differ in pattern placement.


Nikelle is the 'girl boss' behind Girlfetti and her own creative brand, Timber & Cotton. Girlfetti is located in the tropical city of Cairns in sunny Queensland.  Established in mid 2015, Timber & Cotton (partially re-branded to Girlfetti) is an ultimate collection of jewellery and accessories created by awesome Australian women.

Natalie Jade is a Contemporary Aboriginal intuitive artist. 

She currently resides in Melbourne, Victoria with her three children.  It’s always been her dream to have her own little store, and now she does, she is demand, and hopes people love her artwork as much as she loves creating it for the world

I studied studio arts at school although mostly self taught and originally started as an abstract artist over fifteen years ago. With the permission of the elders in the community in which I lived I transitioned into painting Contemporary  Aboriginal art as a way to connect with my culture, soul frequency and ancestors. I often like to paint intuitively after connecting in and being in a flow state through meditation and music pre-painting.

My paintings are of the stars, sun, trees, waters and sea and almost always depict rainbows. I often paint stories of my own dreaming which have a special place in my heart but at times also paint intuitively. Not all of my artwork is Contemporary Aboriginal art some of it is purely channeled from my soul or based on certain parts of Mother Earth that I have a strong draw to such as palm trees and sea shells.

Born into a family where “paint runs through their veins” she believes art is a journey of self discovery and expression. “In a way I’m letting others have a glimpse into my soul and also discovering who I am along the way.”