SleepyTimeTay on Nov 30, 20225 out of 5 stars
Awesome seller and great item opener! I love how it is just another key that blends and not at all bulky. Plus, I love that I could get it with my initials!
Adam on Feb 19, 20215 out of 5 stars
It is fantastic! Well made, rustic appeal. And most important, a strong braided string. It is a "grown-up" yo yo; and I think that is very cool.
maggiecmcmahon on Dec 24, 20195 out of 5 stars
I'm really pleased with this and I think my son will be too! Impressed my sister enough that she immediately ordered one for her boyfriend, an awesome gift idea!
jeffreyscabral1 on May 8, 20185 out of 5 stars
Great pendants and dedicated, attentive seller who truly cares about the work and the customer.
jeffreyscabral1 on Feb 13, 20185 out of 5 stars
Photos don't do this pendant justice - seller is great to deal with and this necklace is a very nice piece.
Green & Non-Toxic Design
I've always been handy and love to make "things"... no particular kind of thing. Just whatever pops into my head and seems interesting.
Over the last few years I've become, well, dissatisfied with waste and unsustainability. So, to make my things I use as much salvaged, recycled, and reclaimed materials as possible. There is SO MUCH cool stuff to be found in junk yards, old barns, work sites, basements... just about anywhere you really look, there is some thing that can be used for something!
It kind of pains me to buy new materials, but I confess, sometimes, when I have a specific idea driving me, I'll cave in for just the right screws or bolts or straps.
I've also developed a nasty bit of asthma and avoid solvent-rich petroleum-based high VOC finishes -- the fumes and off gassing are rough. So, as far as finishes go, I use a lot of old school formulations, specifically Old Fashioned Milk Paint's milk paints and Tried & True's vanish oil, danish oil, and their Original Finish (a blend of linseed oil and beeswax).
Another product I've just started to use is PolyWhey. Get this, it's a water based polyurethane made by replacing the usual commercial binders with MILK WHEY discarded from cheese making! It's non-toxic, LOW VOC, and tough as nails. It's pretty cool stuff.
Owner, Designer & Maker
Me? I'm just a diy kind of guy.