Steampunk Heart Necklace!

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Introduction: Steampunk Heart Necklace!

About: maker, steampunk lover!

Today I'm going to teach you how to make a steampunk necklace with a heart shape:

Step 1: Cut the Sheets on Wood

To begin cut the previously drawn templates in a not very thick wood, for this use a bank saw.

Step 2: The Aluminum Can

Then I removed the paint from a can, and used a small saw to open the can.

Step 3: Cut the Sheets

Now with a sharpie marker draw the template on the sheet and cut it with scissors.

Step 4: Lateral Sheets and Assembly

Having all the pieces of aluminum and wood cut and polished, I proceeded to assemble the sides.

Step 5: The Gears

With a few small gears try to get an old finish by polishing them just a little.

Having done this I proceeded to put them in place, and nailed the covers in place.

Step 6: The Nails

With small steel nails, very carefully hammer the insoles in place to finish the job.

Step 7: Finish!

And that's how the work ended, I hope you liked it.

THANKS FOR VOTING! ;D

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    15 Discussions

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    Alywolf
    Alywolf

    3 years ago

    I enjoyed that, some great ideas in a short project

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    rayo_viegas
    rayo_viegas

    Reply 3 years ago

    thanks bro :)

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    VictorF122
    VictorF122

    3 years ago

    I saw it in real life and it looks awesome!!!

    Good work dud, my vote it's yours

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    IrishSnow35
    IrishSnow35

    3 years ago

    How do you create and connect the sides of the pendant? I may have missed that part...

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    rayo_viegas
    rayo_viegas

    Reply 3 years ago

    It's just a screw on a little meta sheet..

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    JessicaL220
    JessicaL220

    3 years ago

    I love this! It's gorgeous!

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    rayo_viegas
    rayo_viegas

    Reply 3 years ago

    thanks! :)

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    rayo_viegas
    rayo_viegas

    Reply 3 years ago

    thank you! :)

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    iceng
    iceng

    3 years ago

    Voted you dude!

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    rayo_viegas
    rayo_viegas

    Reply 3 years ago

    thank you!! :D

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    dan3008
    dan3008

    3 years ago

    Lovely idea :D I designed similar on my 3d printer not long ago, but yours is way cooler, mine may look mettle but still feels like plastic...

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    rayo_viegas
    rayo_viegas

    Reply 3 years ago

    I would like to see that bro, I love 3d prints!

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    watchmeflyy
    watchmeflyy

    3 years ago

    This looks great!

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    rayo_viegas
    rayo_viegas

    Reply 3 years ago

    thanks dude!