diy396 Kandi Story

  • I gave this bracelet away during Zeds Dead at Shaky Beats Music Festival in Atlanta, GA. I overheard a couple of people talking behind me about kandi bracelets, and one girl was explaining the proper way to exchange them by doing the peace, love, unity, and respect hand symbols before sliding the bracelets over each other's finger locked hands. They both seemed relatively new to the concepts behind kandi, and I noticed that one of them didn't have any of her known bracelets on her wrist. I don't know if this was the first kandi bracelet that this person ever received, but whether it was or not, I was glad to pass it on to someone that seemed so excited to receive it. I hope when she wears it, it will make her smile and remember how absolutely incredible Zeds Dead's set was as they played with the sun setting in the background. Greg Athens, GA

    gregory simchick 05-10-2017
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  • This is the beginning of this bracelets journey. As a request, I'd like each person who receives it to sign the end of their message(s) with their name and where they are from. Not only will it be fun to read the stories from all of you about where and why you gave away or received the bracelet, but it'll also be fun to see how far the bracelet travels. Thanks! :)

    gregory simchick 05-10-2017
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