I love to take a walk on the beach. It’s relaxing, the salty air smells good and I never come home empty-handed. There are so many wonderful treasures that can be found in the sand, like beach glass, driftwood, sea shells, stones and others. I had some small pieces of driftwood for quite a while and recently, just out of the blue, got the idea to create some necklaces. For this one, I used a grinding bit on my multi power tool and sanded a dent to place a tiny shell in. The word “beach” was found in a book, the 24/7/165 is stamped directly onto the wood.
For the second necklace, I drilled a large hole and sanded it for a smooth finish. The shell is fixed with a piece of wire. I made the wooden beads from a little driftwood branch, cut into small pieces and sanded to achieve the desired shape.
After using it for these two necklaces, I’m more comfortable now, working with my multi power tool. There are so many different bits still to try and I’m looking forward to using them in the future.
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