Meet the women who make jewelry out of recycled magazines

Published 4:47 AM ET, Tue January 24, 2017
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Quazi Design creates handmade jewelery out of recycled magazines. Courtesy Quazi Design
In addition to jewelery, Quazi Design also makes home decorative objects and sells them internationally. Courtesy Quazi Design
Doron Shaltiel (pictured) is the eco-minded British designer behind the aesthetic concept of the studio. Courtesy Quazi Design
Female artisans choose magazine pages based on the color palette they want for their jewelery. Courtesy Quazi Design
Cebsile Ndzimandze (pictured) is one of the artisans working for Quazi Design since 2012. Courtesy Quazi Design
"Being a single mother is hard. But with the work I do at Quazi Design I can afford my son's school fees, his clothes and to rent an apartment closer to work", Nzimandze told CNN. Courtesy Quazi Design
Ndzimandze's mother was a seamstress too, so she feels like she's following her path. Courtesy Quazi Design
The female artisans at Quazi Design use traditional skills and an innovative method to become independent and support their families. Courtesy Quazi Design