Copper Karma Wrap Bracelet Finds a Home!
This weekend The I.D.E.A. Store of Champaign Urbana had a wonderful event featuring artists who make products out of recycled and reclaimed materials called Hatch. I was unable to attend as a vendor this year due to that pesky foot surgery I just had, but my sister and her partner went as vendors on behalf of their shop Vintage Karma and displaied lovely items from a selection of artists at their shop. Luckily, they represent Susan Harbourt Designs in their shop and had a collection of reclaimed copper jewelry items on display at the Hatch venue.
One lovely patron was soooo excited about her new wrap bracelet that she posted a photo of it just after she left! How awesome is that! Below is the photo she posted and the blurb along with it:
"Love my new silk and copper wrap bracelet I got at the Vintage Karma booth at HATCH Fest!"
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