Why spend money at Kay Jewelers when you could make something even cooler using the contents of your change purse? Watch as this handy gentleman fashions a double-sided ring out of a quarter, creating a DIY piece of jewelry so unique, we can't help but covet it! In fact, it's pretty incredible what he's able to make using only a PVC pipe, hammer, sandpaper block, mandrel, and simple gear to punch a hole through the coin. That's right: no power tools required!
Here at SF Globe, we don't necessarily condone tampering with United States currency. However, this idea is pretty darn clever. Who needs pressed pennies when you can transform coins into wearable works of art? We'd be curious to give this ring a shot if for no other reason than to wear a truly "one-of-a-kind" piece of jewelry!
Would you ever attempt this at home, or do you disagree with the notion of punching holes through these coins? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below, and make sure to share if you found this as intriguing as we did!