Est. 2011

August 25, 2011

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wear a tree…

Around your neck.

Well, not really.

I’ve had this lovely box of apple wood lying around for a few weeks now – I’ve just been waiting for the inspiration to hit.  The other day, my 13 year-old brother proudly showed me his latest project.  He had sliced one of the apple wood branches into lovely coaster-like pieces.  My mind racing, I immediately asked him to drill a hole for a necklace.

Here’s what I came up with (and wore all day).

I have SO MUCH of this wood, and am so very excited about other projects and pretty things I’ll be able to make.

till tomorrow,

Rebecca

Edit: I wore this necklace here.

  1. beautiful! what a great idea!! can't wait to see more xxo

  2. Gloria says:

    This is so cool – great job!

  3. Christina says:

    I love it, especially the double-strand-chain-rope thing… Can't wait to wear mine!

  4. sherri lynn says:

    oh my gosh this is so pretty! I love it!! You are so creative and now I wish I had a piece of this to do the same! You should make another one and do a little give away 😉

  5. I had no idea that was wood when I first saw the image. Wood is already so beautiful–and that little slice is to die for

  6. sherri lynn says:

    ok I'm pretty much obsessed with this necklace of yours! I just included it on my "striking my fancy" post today, but i linked and gave you credit so i hope it's okay!

  7. Wow, GORGEOUS!! I love those purplish shades in there.

  8. Victoria says:

    Wow, I love it, such a wonderful idea!

  9. lori says:

    You are too cute! What a fun idea. And not to hard to make either, if someone is art challenged. 🙂

  10. Blue says:

    These look amazing, you should consider selling them…

  11. Leluwa says:

    I love it! How can I buy one? – Tabitha

  12. Anonymous says:

    Ok I must be a total blonde here bc thisnlooks like glass to me not wood??.what am I missing here??..its beautiful and I want one haha but??

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