Sometime earlier in the year, or maybe even last year, Will came home from work one day with a little wooden bead he’d made at work from scrap wood. He gave it to me and thought I could figure out what to do with it. I strung it on a piece of bright red suede and it quickly became a staple necklace for me. People stop me all the time to ask where it’s from and how they can get one – so I started bugging him to make more so I could sell them. Needless to say it took ages for this to finally come to fruition, but it was worth the wait. So in stock now are these beautiful necklaces – hand cut and sanded by Will. The wood is recycled from offcuts – each one beautifully unique with hints of paint and wood glue in slightly varying rectangular shapes. Lightweight and easy to wear every day, these necklaces come with your choice of two different cord materials in four different colors: red or charcoal grey suede, marigold or black nylon. The cord is adjustable from about 14″ long, so you can wear it long or short.
I’m excited to have a collaboration with my husband and hope we do more in the future! And yes, a real jewelry release is in the works in time for the holidays, life is just in the way lately!