Awesome Wood Jewelry

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Introduction: Awesome Wood Jewelry

About: My name is Rebeka, I'm a hungarian girl from Transylvania, I like interesting and unique things, I'm passionate about creating accessories like jewelry and many other things.

This is my new natural jewelry. I got a package little wood stick and that was a very good commodity for a jewelry. In that jewelry I try to return the abstract cubist feeling

Step 1: The Basic Commodity

For the jewelry i need some little tree wand (approx. 4.3 cm ,1.7 inch) , tree glue , some pieces of material .

Step 2: The Assembly

Based on the sample I glue the wood stick one for the other and on the contact point I burnish it from the both stick.

Step 3: The Painting

I paint it white. I think that even like this we can use it like a jewelry.

Step 4: The Background Stuff

From the stuff i cut a piece ,same with the hole. And that i glue on the base. In a stuff i sew a ring and that i glue on the back of the jewelry.‎

Step 5: The Final Result

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    10 Discussions

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    jawarden
    jawarden

    1 year ago

    You have a real designers eye. I can see many of your pieces done in fine metal. I hope you pursue your talent and we see more of your art jewelry.

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    SilentSkeleton
    SilentSkeleton

    3 years ago

    Rad necklace, definitely trying this out! I'm gonna try to cut the tips off of matchsticks and use those :o)

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    Suki_ete
    Suki_ete

    3 years ago

    Simple and neat. +1 from me!

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    CsiGiRe
    CsiGiRe

    Reply 3 years ago

    Thank you !

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    rainingfiction
    rainingfiction

    3 years ago

    I thought it was made out of metal. Trickery!!

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    ilpug
    ilpug

    Reply 3 years ago

    This would look really cool with a silver paint dry brush job, or a light coat of rub-n-buff

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    CsiGiRe
    CsiGiRe

    Reply 3 years ago

    Thats a good idea, and feasible for me, but maybe the resalt would be not that naturalistic, thanks the idea .

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    CsiGiRe
    CsiGiRe

    Reply 3 years ago

    I think the jewelry could be even more beautiful using metal instead of wood, but even it's strange to me the Goldsmith's art.

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    ilpug
    ilpug

    3 years ago

    This reminds me of the Polynesian sea chart maps made from sticks and shells. Neat idea!

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    CsiGiRe
    CsiGiRe

    Reply 3 years ago

    Thanks to the fact that you raised your attention on the Polynesian sea chart charts, that is very interesting and very cool, that the jewelry is similar to these chart charts, thank you very much for this information.