This holiday season, FOUND has a fun selection of jewelry for gifting! The clever cuff bracelets above are made by 3 Sisters, using recycled license plates - and are very affordable at only $14 each. Our friend Katina sent in more of her popular woven bracelets (shown below) which sell for $12 - $18. The artist making our recycled wine cork jewelry incorporates her handmade pottery hearts and swirls into many of the necklaces. Wonder how many friends it takes to supply her with all those corks... Also made in the USA, the peace sign necklaces below features 4 interchangable disks that fit into the magnetized base - giving you 4 different colors for the price of 1. Button jewelry by 3 local artists are always favorites - this year is no exception. Laura at Bottled Up Designs has a new "cage" style with recycled bottle chips in it. On her labels, she always includes the bottle history. In the case of this red glass, it came from ruby red beer bottles that Schlitz used at one point. Laura is also turning bottoms of bottles into votive candle holders (shown below with earrings in them) and melting complete bottles to form flat bottle-shaped cheese or hor'douvre trays. Who knew paper could be made into such lovely jewelry? These from Flying Paper Designs are made with maps and sheet music - with some silver mixed in. If you prefer to make your own jewelry - we can help you with that, too! Check out our selection of blank rings that you can use as a base to create your something special. Browse through this blog for more gift ideas. Then hurry on over to FOUND! If you see something you like, but it's not listed for sale on the website and you live far away - give us a call and we'd be happy to ship it to you. 734-302-3060.