This hand stamped copper charm necklace was inspired by my love of Arizona. We are the copper state and my brother Roger even works for a copper mine. All of the materials are purchased locally and they are individually made by my dad Jake. It is paired with a turqouise colored bead on a ball bead chain and the neckace is 24″ long.
The hand stamped charm was made by my dad Jake. It depicts the official boundaires of Gilbert, Arizona. It is paired with a faux turqouise bead on a ball bead chain. The neckace is 24″ long. He makes all of our name, date & initial charms carefully and one at a time. There are many steps to the making including the stamping, staining & polishing of it.
This charm necklace depicts the boundaries of Gilbert, Arizona. We raised our three sons here and I always love coming home after being gone for the day. The idea for this piece came from a chance encounter. I met Milissa, a fellow Gilbert resident who was buying one of our intital neckkaces at Everybody Loves Flowers within Barnone in Gilbert. As we chatted about Gilbert, she mentioned it would be nice to have a Gilbert boundaries charm. After researching our boundaries and with a little help from a Town of Gilbert employee, I was able to design and order a custom stamp in the shape of the Gilbert boundaries. These necklaces are also available at Everybody Loves Flowers within Barnone in Gilbert.
This nickel silver hand stamped charm was made by my dad Jake. It depicts the official boundaires of Gilbert, Arizona. It is paired with a faux turqouise bead on a ball bead chain. The neckace is 24″ long. He makes all of our name, date & initial charms.
Who LOVES Tempe, Arizona? This is a one of a kind item. Hook it onto your purse, ceiling fan pull, kitchen curtains or your key ring.
Charm Pulls are a perfect gift for your friend who doesn’t wear bracelets. She can hook it onto her purse or a backpack. I’ve given them as gifts where I hooked it on to a ribbon and then tied the ribbon on to a bottle of wine.