Do you remember my recent post about a clever jewelry-designer who makes nice stuff from crashed cars? Her name is Christi and the company is called CRASH Jewelry. Appropriate, huh?
Well... I couldn't resist. I just bought a stylish bracelet made from an actual Ferrari. In particular, a bright red Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale, capable of 175 mph. Perhaps that massive speed played a role in the car's unplanned removal from the road.
Here's a picture of it on my arm -- and a "before" picture shown above. I laughed when I read Christi's letter: "The easiest way to care for your CRASH Jewelry is to clean with car polish." Ha!
Bonus, now I get to honestly say I own a Ferrari!
What a funky piece of jewellery. And car polish, well of course, it does figure! xxxReplyDelete
The upkeep will be very affordable. Lol! Also very very cool.ReplyDelete
I wonder if it was a Nashvillr driver. ;P
I'm building a garage for my bracelet. :)Delete
Oooh so fun, love it!ReplyDelete
Thanks! It's whimsical.Delete
I love "unplanned removal"!ReplyDelete
Such a cool piece. Is it heavy?
No, actually it's very light. It's thin.Delete
Oh, I'm so glad you got one! I love it!ReplyDelete
Ha, I love that! Also 175 mph?! HOLY MOLY. I feel like I'm a grandma and can only drive 70 max.ReplyDelete
My bracelet is FAST!Delete
I love it! Such a cool piece! I love her message! So witty!ReplyDelete
This made me laugh so much! What a unique bracelet and a great conversation piece! :)ReplyDelete
Hope that you are having a good weekend :) Thankfully it hasn't rained as much as predicted this weekend so we have been able to enjoy time outdoors.
Away From The Blue
Thanks. The weather's been nice here, too. Spring has finally sprung. :)Delete
What a cool idea! Now you can def say you own a Ferrari- and someday I bet you'll own the bigger version!ReplyDelete
Le Stylo Rouge
I hope so!Delete
What an elegant, attractive piece, Ally. Fantastic choice! Many happy congrats on your first (I assume) Ferrari.ReplyDelete
Autumn Zenith 🧡 Witchcrafted Life
There may be a second, bigger one!Delete
Christi is so creative. I love this idea.ReplyDelete