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Wood Burned Jewelry Set

By: Kirsten Jones
Make a bold fashion statement with this suite of on-trend DIY wood-burned jewelry including bangles, rings, pendants, and more.
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Supplies

Plaid ® 2 in 1 Craft Tool
Item #30725
Plaid's 2 in 1 Craft Tool is the best for two crafting techniques. Use the 2 specially designed tips for cutting your own custom stencils and the 4 unique tips for burning designs into wood. The Craft Tool comes with an on/off switch, tool stand and a plastic case to hold all 6 tips for easy storage.

$17.49

FolkArt ® Peel & Stick Painting Stencils - Borders
Item #30859
Painting on glass is easier than ever with FolkArt Peel & Stick Stencils and FolkArt Enamel Paint. Perfect for adding a personalized, painterly touch to home accents and gifts. Low-tack adhesive adheres firmly to project surfaces, preventing paint run-unders. Flexible material allows stenciling on curved surfaces. Sticks to any non-porous surface; repositionable up to 20 times.

$5.29

FolkArt ® Home Decor™ Wood Tint - Walnut, 8 oz.
Item #34854
Use alone or with FolkArt Home Decor Masking of FolkArt Home Decor Chalk to create a variety of tinted effects.

$7.99

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FolkArt ® Home Decor™ Wood Tint - Cascade, 8 oz.
Item #34857
Use alone or with FolkArt Home Decor Masking of FolkArt Home Decor Chalk to create a variety of tinted effects.

$7.99

Other Supplies
Wood bangle bracelet
2" Wood round with small hole
Ring base
Antique gold chain and large gold hoop
Jewelry glue
Wood round oval
Long leather cording in natural color
Wood bangle bracelet
Soft cloth or rag
3 Wood rounds 1 ½”
Large gold hoop
1" Wood round

Instructions

Trailing Leaves Ring, Necklace, and Bracelet

  1. Before you begin with wood burning tool, lightly draw the leaf pattern onto the wood surface using chalk.  You don’t need to draw all the details, but just a basic guide for placement; for example, we drew a line on the bracelet to follow for the center of leaves.
  2. The leaves are created with the Shading Point included in Wood Burning Tool Kit.
  3. Place the leaf pattern as shown and hold tip onto wood, ‘roll’ a bit to get a solid leaf.
  4. Repeat as shown to create leaf vine pattern.
  5. After allowing the tool to cool, use the Cone Tip to add random dots as shown to leaf vine.
  6. Glue wood round to ring base, and create necklace with wood pendant.

Daisy Bracelet

  1.  Before you begin with wood burning tool, lightly draw the flower pattern onto the wood surface using chalk.
    • Tip: You don’t need to draw all the details, but just a basic guide for placement.
  2. The petals are created with the Shading Point included in Wood Burning Tool Kit.
  3. Place the petal pattern as shown and hold tip onto wood, "roll" a bit to get a solid petal.
  4. Repeat as shown to create flower pattern.
  5. After allowing the tool to cool, use the Cone Tip to add random dots as shown to leaf vine.
  6. Using soft cloth, rub wood tint onto wood piece and let dry.
  7. Thread wood piece with leather and knot to create wrap bracelet.

Large Bangle with Lace Pattern

  1. Place Border stencil design onto bracelet. Lightly draw through the stencil with a pencil to create a pattern. Repeat tracing stencil as needed to go around bracelet.
  2. Using the Universal Tip or Chisel Point Tip in the Wood Burning Kit.
  3. Draw with Tip following pattern you created with Stencil.
  4. Using soft cloth and FolkArt Stain, rub Walnut Stain onto entire bracelet and let dry.

Dandelion Necklace

  1.  Before you begin with wood burning tool, I lightly drew the flower pattern onto the wood surface using chalk.
    • Tip: You don’t need to draw all the details, but just a basic guide for placement.
  2.  Using the Cone Tip, burn the design onto wood pendant as shown.
  3. Add gold hoop and hang on leather cord.

Large Paisley Pattern Ring

  1. Before you begin with wood burning tool, lightly draw the pattern onto the wood surface using chalk.
    • Tip: You don’t need to draw all the details, but just a basic guide for placement.
  2. Start with Shading Tip to create large leaf and petal designs.
  3. Using Shading Tip, drag tip around edges of both rings to create heavy-burned edge.
  4. After letting the tool cool, use the Universal/Chisel Tip to add detail with random dots and patterns.

Small Bohemian Ring

  1. Using Cone Tip start in the center of ring and burn design that is shown.
  2. After letting tool cool, use the Shading Tip add the large patterns around the edge of circle as shown.
  3. Glue wood rounds to ring bases using jewelry glue. Let dry.
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Important: Please be sure to thoroughly read the instructions for all products, paying particular attention to all cautions and warnings shown to ensure the proper and safe use of the product.

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