On a recent trip to the beach, my wife and I were browsing through a local store and saw these jellyfish-inspired air plants made with sea urchin shells. Of course, I immediately started thinking about how to create a jellyfish project of my own in the woodshop.
One piece of wood for the body 3" x 6" I used Osage Orange
One piece for the base 14" x 12" I used Maple Burl
Eight pieces for the outside tentacles 1/4" x 10" I used Myrtlewood
Fore pieces for the inside tentacles 1" x 8" I used Myrtlewood
One piece of amber acrylic rod 1" x 14"
One piece of blue acrylic 4" x 4"
One set of LED lights
Oscillating spindle sander
Drill and drill bits
Easy Wood Finisher
Easy Wood Rougher
Flush cut saw
air rotary tool