Lasercut – DIY Necklace [Continuation]

Hey Everyone! Here is a continuation of the ‘Geometric – DIY Necklace’.

First of all – Architectural Ornaments Are The Best Inspiration You Can Ever Get!

Besides the geometric design I have experimented with many other designs. I have a thing for Art Nouveau, so many of my designs have a strong Jugenstil/Art Nouveau look. It is so simple and unique to create your own designs on AutoCAD, but if you are not familiar with AutoCAD or using a Lasercutter we have so many resources nowadays that you can come across beautiful small designs at any store. Once you have a design you can then ensemble it together into a necklace or earrings. So here are some other creations that I have made.

You can even purchase HERE a few of the ensembles on Etsy.

Inspiration: Old design books from the library, Art Nouveau books, Architecture Section in the University library, Interior Architecture, Architectural Ornaments.

Wiebke

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Lasercut – DIY Necklace [Continuation]

GEOMETRIC – DIY Necklace

I am an Architecture student and have been exposed early on to Lasercutters and 3D Printers. I haven’t used them much for my final models, but I used it a lot for small preliminary project models, diagram models, and personal things. This geometric shape was one of my recent experiments. A friend of mine bought 1/4″ thick bamboo pieces from California for his longboards and gave me the scraps, so I created some geometric shapes for a statement necklace.

So I basically drew some shapes and lines in AutoCAD, then I sent my design right to the Lasercutter and there it was perfectly cut. If you don’t have access to a Lasercutter or AutoCAD, ‘Michael’s’ has some interesting lasercut pieces in their stores, Etsy does too. I bought the rest of the necklace pieces, like the necklace chain, small rings and clip, at ‘Joann’ and ‘Michael’s’.

Inspiration: Architecture and Geometric Shapes.

Wiebke

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GEOMETRIC – DIY Necklace