I really love sharing unique gift ideas made by creative women and I’m so excited to introduce to you WiReD Boutique Jewelry. Pam is the Kansas-based artist behind WiReD Boutique; she designs and creates beautiful jewellery pieces from scrabble tiles and dominoes.
With candy crush and minecraft went the popularity of old-fashioned board games. What better way to renew old game pieces than to upcycle them into whimsical, handcrafted wearable art?
WiReD Boutique takes game pieces and adds photos or colourful paper and covers the tiles with a protective coating to create true keepsake pieces. Some even come with a little bling in the form of pretty Swarovski beads and gemstones.
Each piece shows the love and care that go into these high quality pieces.
Isn’t this piece stunning? I love the vintage-inspired feel of the hand-crafted domino pendant with the beaded necklace. There is a variety of different Domino necklaces to check out, all with different styles of chains and designs.
In need of a little inspiration?
This inspirational pendant is just one of many scrabble tile necklaces by WiReD Boutique feature an upcycled wood Scrabble® tile. Some of these feature other bits of inspiration, pretty prints and patterns. There is also a choice between a silver ball chain or a silver curb chain to suit your preferred style.
Last but not least are the gorgeous Scrabble tile charm bracelets. WiReD Boutique’s best selling gift idea has been their personalized photo tile charm bracelets. What a wonderful gift idea for mom or grandma! Each bracelet is created using upcycled scrabble tiles, beads, and charms to create a meaningful keepsake gift.
There are also charm bracelets available featuring prints like the ones found on this piece featuring a silver chain and three lettered tiles decorated in black and white prints along with pretty beads.
I was so captivated by how gorgeous the charm bracelet was that I almost didn’t notice this. ART indeed.
Disclosure: I received the above mentioned product in order to facilitate this review. All thoughts and opinions are honest and my own.
Thanks to my sister, Sarah, for modelling the jewellery.