Check Out Cooper’s New Keychain
Over the weekend, I took my family to a craft fair at the Augusta Armory.
We wandered past tables filled with everything from craft teas, to knives made by Maine blacksmiths, to very affordably priced hand-made furniture.
Wandering by a table filled with keychains, this caught my eye.
Made by Jellison Traders, it was created by chopping up old license plates. Not sure what state it comes from, but it appears to have been part of a plate for ham radio operators. In fact, we found a matching piece that said "AMATEUR" right next to the "RADIO" keychain.
It's probably the best thing I've ever bought for less than $10.