Though I have probably a dozen blank notebooks in varying sizes and styles, I cannot resist buying more. The ability to create one's own journal or project portfolio is a skill that I've always wanted to develop, but until I do, I will continue to covet others' handmade gems.
Feeling nostalgic for the clack of your old Remington portable, but not ready to return to the days of Wite-Out? Indulge your memory of that mechanical clack-clack-clack with a handmade necklace from Rocky Mountain Accents. Based out of Denver, CO, Michaela Jenkins creates jewelry using vintage typewriter keys, and the necklaces are available in both one and two-letter versions. 3+ letter necklaces available by request.
Each item is made to order with a 20" gunmetal-grey chain and a lobster-style clasp. Since the keys are taken from Jenkins' available supply of typewriters, buyers are encouraged to double-check that their desired letters are available, as well as to specify if they prefer a white or black background.
Single letter necklaces are priced at $23, and additional letters are $10. Check them out!