Wear your fork on your sleeve

Actually, I'm wearing a fork on my wrist.

On my walk back to the Metro from our company holiday party on Friday, I passed a little craft show. I browsed, curious to see what was there, and on the lookout for better display ideas than the ones I currently have. When I passed by a man who made jewelry out of hardware: nails, nuts, bolts, washers, etc. He had also cut some stainless steel to make some of his items, and I stumbled across this, which I just had to have:










I'm not an impulse buyer, but when I see totally unique items like this, it's pretty much all over with.

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5 comments:

Lisa said...

I bought my sister a ring made out of a spoon for Christmas.

Carrie Arnold said...

Lisa,

My grandma gave me one of those a few years back...I think it was hers from when she was younger. Those things are wicked cool.

Gaining Back My Life said...

That is so fabulous. What a cool treat for yourself, too!

Charlynn said...

Oh my goodness. That looks so cool!

Libby said...

There is a guy who exhibits every year at the MD Sheep and Wool Fest who sells silverware jewelry and trinkets. I've got a key chain from a spoon handle that I looooove. It's the perfect size -- big enough it doesn't get lost, but small enough it still fits in my pocket if I want it to. I've got a spoon bracelet from him, too. I love that fork bracelet, though! So neat!

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