Coin Jewelry

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Introduction: Coin Jewelry

About: I'm a non smoker non alcoholic and non gambler parson my hobbies are wood craft , metal , craft , coin craft , photography , videography , to play music instrument keyboard , love pets , animal ,nature , wil…

This are my hand cut coin craft sample I like so much this hobby it need concentration and artistic mind If you loos your concentration you will break lots of blade Thank you for you time

Step 1: Setup 1

This is my 1st work bench setup for cut coin craft hobby

Step 2: Tools

I use 1mm + 2 mm drill beat Centre punch 4/0 size jewellers saw blade Permanent marking pen Honey bee wax for lubricant blade Small paint bras for removing metal dust Small wise Lock player for holding coin Magnifying glass And coins for cut

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    12 Comments

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    LucyP3
    LucyP3

    5 years ago

    These are amazing. i think I'd be too scared of getting in trouble for defacing money (an illegal act); but I'm a cowardly custard. I wonder what other items could work? Maybe bottle caps?

    Theses are SO cool! I want to make these!!!!! I wonder if you could copy the coins on aluminum foil.........???

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    mkadri
    mkadri

    7 years ago

    Thank you all for your time appreciate me

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    annieannie
    annieannie

    7 years ago on Introduction

    These are absolutely beautiful!! I sure hope you are selling these, they would be a great conversation piece!

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    mkadri
    mkadri

    7 years ago

    I didn't try dermel tool

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    maricolley
    maricolley

    7 years ago on Introduction

    Phenomenal detail! What about a dremmel tool? Think it'l work?

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    Tupulov
    Tupulov

    7 years ago on Introduction

    WOW! Well done! Please keep posting photos of your work!