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Recycled Skateboard Jewellery

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Please allow us to introduce ourselves. We are All Deck’d Out, and we are based out of Brantford, Ontario. Our mission is to recycle used and broken skateboards into wearable items like necklaces, earrings and, even belt buckles.

 
All of our items are hand made, and one of a kind; using only quality materials like real sterling silver for our necklaces, and surgical steel for our earrings. Each piece is hand worked and sanded smooth retaining as much of the original graphic as possible, battle scars and all. However we also do pieces that are more about a boards coloured plies. Some companies use up to 7 different colours per board, and we like to take advantage of that; to your benefit. Recycling never looked so good!

 

If you are wondering how you can find us, you can go to our shop on Etsy.com under All Deck’d Out. If you have never been on Etsy.com, you are missing out on some of the worlds best hand made stuff- over 170 000 shop selling anything you can think of, including our recycled skateboard jewellery.

 

We are also on Facebook, www.facebook.com/alldeckdout   There you can check out our products and if you like what you see, become a fan.

 

You can also follow us on twitter under All Deck’d Out.
Skate it, Break it, Wear it!

 

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Nina and Dan K

Brantford, Ontario

June 2, 2010 2:19 pm

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