Seeking eco-friendly solutions and striving for sustainability is something I'm intentional about. Here are the things I'm doing:


  • I retain and reuse 95% of my glass supply. What doesn't become jewelry is saved for prototypes and one-of-a-kind pieces. Pieces that don't "work" are saved to be repurposed in a different form later.
  • The Rally Collection uses factory-rendered recycled glass colored with natural oxides.
  • I'm currently prototyping a second recycled glass line to launch in 2021.
  • When possible, I use recycled and reclaimed sterling silver. (Currently: adjustable ring backs, drop earring bars, wrap bracelet hooks)
  • The waxed cotton and vegan leather cord styles are biodegradable.
  • While I hope you love your KK jewelry for many years, the glass in KK jewelry is recyclable. (Better yet, pass it along to someone else to enjoy!)


  • KK tissue paper and product care cards are printed on recycled, sustainable paper with soy ink (which is kinder to the environment).
  • Business and jewelry cards are printed on paper made from recycled t-shirt material and are uncoated making them recyclable.
  • The packing peanuts I use are biodegradable and compostable. They dissolve in water and leave no toxic trace.
  • I've have sustainable shipping boxes and will move to those when I run out of the supplies I already have. (The only thing worse than not starting eco-friendly is wasting what you already have in the name of sustainability.)
  • I save and reuse shipping materials I receive from other vendors, including bubble wrap, boxes, and tissue paper. 
  • Boxes, bags, gift wrap, and tissue are logo-free in the hopes that you'll reuse them!


  • The KK World Domination Headquarters (aka my workshop) uses 100% Texas wind power to keep the lights on and the kiln firing. 🔥
  • While I hope my business soon outgrows the room in my house, the plus to the environment is that I work where I live. One less location and no commute!

sustainable packaging