Laser Cut Patterned Earring Holder

Laser Cut Patterned Earring Holder

Creating a laser-cut jewelry stand combines the precision of technology with the elegance of handcrafted design. In this blog post, we’ll walk you through the process of making a custom jewelry stand using a laser cutter and home printer. Whether you're a seasoned crafter or a beginner looking for a new project, this tutorial will guide you step-by-step to create a stunning and functional piece to showcase your jewelry collection. (This post contains affiliate links for your convenience. Purchases made through these links may earn me a small commission at no additional cost to you.)

Materials and Tools

Step-by-Step Guide

Step 1: Designing Your Stand

Start by picking a seamless pattern or design for your jewelry stand and print from your home computer onto cardstock. Next download the jewelry stand SVG file from Creative Fabrica.

Step 2: Preparing the Materials

Next, prepare your wood by applying the 3M clear transfer tape on onto the front of your wood and cover the appropriate dimensions you are expected to cut. Next, peel back the 3m backing exposing the sticky 3M tape on the front of your wood piece. Then apply your printed patterned cardstock with the print side face up (white side down and applied to the 3M). Finally, apply masking to the top side of your applied printed paper.

Step 3: Laser Cutting

Upload your jewelry stand design to the laser cutter software and follow the machine's instructions to cut out both the circle and the stand piece.

Step 4: Finishing Touches

Remove the masking tape from the front of each piece. If desired, apply modpodge to the front of each piece and let fully dry.

Step 5: Assembling the Stand

Fit the circle into the stand piece and apply a dab of wood glue if desired to secure in place.


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