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Immerse Educate Celebrate Aboriginal Design Planar - Keyring, Key fob, Lanyard, Badge

Immerse Educate Celebrate Aboriginal Design Planar - Keyring, Key fob, Lanyard, Badge

Regular price $11.99 AUD
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Product Description

• Faux Leather with stainless steel findings
• Light weight
• Varies in placement and design

Each pair of earrings is individually handmade, therefore slight variations in colour and size may occur in comparison to photo.

All pieces are made with stainless steel posts and hooks. Stainless steel is sometimes called surgical steel and is hypoallergenic for sensitive ears.

The earring cards are 9cm x 5.5cm, for indication of earring measurements.

Every effort is made to show as accurately as possible but please be aware that due to camera resolution and screen brightness colours may vary slightly to what is shown on your screen.

Join what Chaotic Craft is all about, by wearing your intent close by of: Immerse, Educate, Celebrate. This tag line celebrates the desire to want to know better and do better, to break the cycle and contribute to Intergenerational Healing for future kids. 

Featuring a unique and vibrant Aboriginal design, thoughtfully crafted from start to finish with ally and mob in mind. Perfect to spark conversations and foster cultural understanding. 


  • Available as a lanyard, keyring, key fob or pin
  • Authentic and vibrant Aboriginal artwork
  • Durable and high-quality materials
  • Perfect for gifting or personal use
  • Supports cultural appreciation and inclusivity

Why Choose Our Planars: Our planars offer more than just aesthetic appeal; they represent a commitment to fostering genuine connections and understanding. By incorporating these culturally significant designs into your daily life, you not only show your support for Aboriginal Culture but also inspire meaningful conversations and knowledge sharing.

Ideal For:

  • Teachers and educators promoting cultural diversity in the classroom
  • Individuals seeking diverse representations of Aboriginal art
  • Gift-givers looking for unique and culturally significant presents
  • Cultural events and everyday wear
  • Educators, community workers, and parents wanting to embrace their Culture and/or interests
  • Incentives and awards for students 
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