This 'instructable' is for creating jewelry using plexi/acrylic.
It includes:
. a list of materials and supplies
. a brief explanation on how to easily and quickly use Adobe Illustrator to create fun shapes. (you will need to be somewhat familiar with Illustrator)

. you will need a laser cutting machine

Step 1: What You Need

. adobe illustrator
. access to a laser cutting machine
. sheets of plexi (size depends on the laser machine)
. pliers
. thin wire (this is to make ring connections)
. your choice of chains, hooks, leather strings etc..
. permanent sharpie felt tip (optional)
. small mesh bags (optional)

-- you usually can find materials at any crafts supplies store in the jewelry making section

<p>Wow! This jewelry is so cool, the options are just endless here with these designs. Absolutely love it. But how did you get a laser cutter machine? Is this the same as a 3D printer, like these <a href="http://www.monomachines.com/shop/office-supplies/3-d-printers.html" rel="nofollow">http://www.monomachines.com/shop/office-supplies/3...</a> or is this completely different. These printers seem so cool to make little jewelry pieces though.</p><p>Thanks for the awesome instructable. I've got to try this!</p>
Hey! I'm glad you enjoyed it, I don't have a laser machine. You should be a able to find a laser cutting/engraving service around you (usually places that offer printing services would have one). It's not the same as a 3D printer.
<p>ohh ok, big difference! Thanks for clarifying that. A service would be super helpful. Thanks again!</p>
Omg! How did you learn how to use a laser cutter machine.
Try to use tool below <a href="http://www.illustrator.repairtoolbox.com" rel="nofollow">http://www.illustrator.repairtoolbox.com</a> it open/read/scan/recover illustrator files
Not everyone has a laser cutter, but you can find great services online to help you out.<a href="http://www.cutyourway.com" rel="nofollow">www.cutyourway.com</a> is a great site that gives free samples up to 1&quot;x3&quot;<br /> Just send your design and they make it and mail it to you in about a week.<br /> They have lots of cool materials like pearly acrylic and exotic woods like ebony and cocobolo.<br /> Also, if you don't have illustrator, try <a href="http://www.inkscape.org" rel="nofollow">www.inkscape.org</a><br /> it's free and easy to use. There are tons of tutorials online to help you get started!<br />
You might be able to do these in wood with a scroll saw.&nbsp;&nbsp; You could also try the oven friendly polymer clays
Those are really great designs<br />
I think the ear ring is the coolest one. I just need to get a laser cutter now haha<br />

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