Monday, April 8, 2024

Kindred Spirit Spotlight: Full Circle Company : Awesome Items Made from Recycled Cymbals!

Hello Creative Cultivators: 

Time for what I like to call a "Kindred Spirit Spotlight"  - 

Introducing: Full Circle Company  - folks making really cool jewelry and accessories from recycled cymbals, right here in the good ol' USA! 

I'll share a bit about them from their website:

Full Circle Co. started in the summer of 2018 when drummer/ co-founder, Liz Aponte,  had a thought - “What can I do with my broken cymbals?” When she would break cymbals, she "couldn’t just throw them away or return them."  With some friends, she helped to create something from her broken cymbals that was "still a form of expression." They loved "the idea of taking something that is old, broken and unwanted and turning it into something new." Says Liz, " I've worn jewelry but I've never been a flashy person, but I really liked the idea of wearing jewelry that not only looks amazing, but has a story."  

 "The name Full Circle comes from the fact that a cymbal is a circle, but also from the material we use coming full circle. Each product from Full Circle Co. has a past history that spans years - from the transformation of metal to a usable cymbal, then to the owner of that cymbal using it to further their musical passion, and now into your hands to carry on that legacy. We are excited to be able to save the lives of drum cymbals, but more importantly, we are grateful to have the opportunity to have you as a customer and offer you something beautiful and meaningful.  Rock on! \m/ Liz Aponte + the Full Circle Co. team"

So, what's not to love? If you are searching for that unique and meaningful gift for your drummer friend or family member, or someone who simply gets a kick out of cool conversation pieces that have been diverted from the landfill, you might want to take a look! Among their offerings: 

Reclaimed cymbal drum keys, dog tag bottle openers, keychains, earrings, necklaces -  but wait - there's more!  

Check out their online store HERE,  and be sure to use the code ARTS15 at checkout for a 15% discount and you will help to support the Artsboretum! 



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