With my many posts about nails art, eyeshadow tutorials, & hair care… I might not imply enough how much I love jewelry. Because, wow, I love it so much. I’m going to be trying to share of it more on the blog so let’s start with this beautiful bracelet from WiReD Boutique featuring some unique elements! I’ve been wearing it tons since it arrived & have found it to be very versatile.
All of the materials I use are high-quality and the workmanship is extremely detailed. We will return glamour to altered jewelry! Most of the materials are recycled or reclaimed. Your family and friends will be tremendously surprised that your beautiful work-of-art jewelry began as a domino or scrabble tile!
I’m a big time admirer of people who can take something simple (like the scrabble tiles on my bracelet!) & turn it into something way fashion forward.
These beads are beautiful & have a nice weight to them. They have the cool cracked glass appearance which makes them look even more original.
Indeed I contacted Pam who created this beauty & this is what she said:
I’ve had tiles spell out “TRUTH,” “LOVE,” and “HOPE” for example. I’ve also designed bracelets with the person’s name or initials on them. And they do not cost extra but it does take about one week for production. It takes about one day for the jewelry glue to set and about three days for the resin or acrylic coating to dry and set.
How cool is that? She also works with dominoes which is really different! I love that she takes things & completely transforms them too. I mean, look how beautiful the slate look on my tiles is! She also has different shades, glitters, etc. so all of her designs are different. I really love this personalized photo charm bracelet where she uses actual photos of loved ones & of course this USA themed domino necklace would be perfect for some of the military events I attend!
You can purchase this bracelet (if you don’t see it on the site it is just sold out so send her a request!), necklaces, & other items from Pam’s WiReD Boutique Etsy shop & her new website www.wiredboutique.indiemade.com Along with these two sites, she has Facebook and Pinterest.