.5″ x 2″, found objects
It’s happening so often now that I realize there’s something from my childhood that my kids have never heard of. Boomboxes, tapes, Baskin Robbins…and as things become obsolete they have a new value. Not a practical one, but a nostalgic one. I was at a yard sale this weekend and someone was selling a few pairs of cufflinks. When I bought one she was thrilled, saying “I’m so glad someone still wears cufflinks!”. But no one does in this household. The front and the back of the cufflink both found their way into this pendant. I gave them a new lease on life, and the necklace can be an intergenerational conversation-starter.