DIY Pine Cone Jewelry

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Introduction: DIY Pine Cone 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 jewelry I make from a natural basic commodity , the pine cone. That is a very good, interesting element , the pine cone piece ,like the tiles are stacked on each other.

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Step 1: Pine Cons Scales

We cut down the pine cons scales.

Step 2: The Base

Of a canvas spice we cut a shape ( oblong ,triangles ) and we glue the scales on it , such as the roof tiles.

Step 3: The Hem

If we reached the adequate line we glue on the upside a piece of leather and between of the leather and pine cone scales we put a wire. The ends of wire we turn up.

Step 4: Leather Decoration

On the leather we glue shape of scales from leather, such as the roof tiles or we can cut of the leather little triangle.

Step 5: The Laether Thread

The necklace is finished, we put on the ends a leather thread.

Step 6: Pine Cone Buckle

We can make a buckle so that we glue on the back a buckle fund

Step 7: The Final Result

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    21 Discussions

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    Kiri Q
    Kiri Q

    2 years ago

    wondering if you could drill the pine cone 'petals' and use them that way? Did you try? Such a fabulous natural material with warm colour.

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    CsiGiRe
    CsiGiRe

    Reply 2 years ago

    It's a great idea but I'm afraid the pine cone will broke . But once i will try for sure.

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    LoriA41
    LoriA41

    2 years ago

    Stunning! So original and I can't wait to try this.

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    CsiGiRe
    CsiGiRe

    Reply 2 years ago

    Thank you very much, glad you like it !

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    GrimFolf
    GrimFolf

    3 years ago

    Holy hell! This is blooming great!

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    CsiGiRe
    CsiGiRe

    Reply 3 years ago

    Glad you like it. :)

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    Ssmo72
    Ssmo72

    3 years ago

    very cool! Do you suppose that one could make a full length neck tie using this technique?

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    CsiGiRe
    CsiGiRe

    Reply 3 years ago

    A full length neck tie is a very cool idea but because of the material I use it would be a heavy one and a bitt stiff .

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    CSIBORIS
    CSIBORIS

    3 years ago

    Idea you it is creative

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    CSIBORIS
    CSIBORIS

    3 years ago

    Idea you it is creative

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    CSIBORIS
    CSIBORIS

    3 years ago

    Idea you it is creative

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    CSIBORIS
    CSIBORIS

    3 years ago

    Idea you it is creative

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    CSIBORIS
    CSIBORIS

    3 years ago

    I love jewelry

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    CSIBORIS
    CSIBORIS

    3 years ago

    I love jewelry

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    misko13
    misko13

    3 years ago

    I love it! Such a great and beautiful idea.

    I think people would love to buy any of them, I suggest you to sell them on Etsy.

    Thanks for sharing!

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    CsiGiRe
    CsiGiRe

    Reply 3 years ago

    Thank you very much, I haven't tried to sell anything on the Internet until now, thanks for the encouragement.

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    Raitis
    Raitis

    Reply 3 years ago

    As someone who has sold things on Etsy before - can confirm, these would likely go like hot buns with a little bit of exposure in the right places!

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    bgipson1
    bgipson1

    3 years ago

    Moderators aren't doing very well lot of SPAM adds getting thru

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    watchmeflyy
    watchmeflyy

    3 years ago

    Very creative use of nature. :)