I had some thin pieces of scrap wood, that I thought might work well for a necklace. So I cut some up, painted them, drilled a tiny hole, and threaded silk strand through them. Then I used some clasps from the bead store and crimped them on with pliers. It was pretty fun. My daughter painted one too, but it’s “not done yet”, so I’ll add it to the Facebook page later.
These are awesome!
Very cute – That’s a great project!!!
They are just gorgeous!
Ohh…these are beautiful. Thanks for sharing and inspiring. I think my daughter would like them…but so would I, actually :)
Put a bird on it! – They are really great as is your book! Lucky kiddies to have such a clever dadda!
haha…”put a bird on it!” ;)
Very Nice indeed ! I am following you from France and like very much what you do … Congratulation for so much creativity.
just wondering if you would be instrested in buying a lots of mostly hard wood scrap wood
5.00 per banna boxs
Hi Tim. Thanks! I’ll keep you in mind when I need some more wood. I just got a huge box of scrap hardwood recently, so it will last me a little while. Thanks again!
These look beautiful. What do you use to polish them and do you use some sort of wood and color protection?
Hi, sorry for the delayed response. I used acrylic paint to color them, and bees wax to polish them. You can see details here if you’d like –