These Quirky Handcrafted Earrings Are for Fans of Pinoy Street Food

We know they look legit, but don't take a bite!

Stopping to buy fish balls, kwek-kwek, or kikiam from your favorite street-food vendor—and generously pouring sauce all over these eats—has become a go-to merienda for most. If you have a soft spot for street food, you should add these super cute earrings from Luna Obra to your collection of accessories.

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Luna Obra's street food-inspired earrings cost P150 per pair. The designs feature tusok-tusok staples like kikiam, fish balls, hotdog on a stick, betamax, kwek-kwek, and isaw, all made using handcrafted polymer clay.

Luna Obra also accepts customized designs. If you want accessories inspired by other fave eats like a cake, cookie, or ube cheese pandesal—or just about anything, really—you can request it to be turned into earrings, keychains, charms, and mini sculptures. Prices vary depending on the design and size.

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To place an order, message Luna Obra on Facebook.

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