27 Oct Brilliant Laser Cut Designs of October
Autumn has seen some stunning laser cut designs so far, and they’ve kept coming throughout October!
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This pumpkin brooch is made from a clever combination of solid, mirror and glitter acrylic to give off a real autumnal feel!
This macrame book combines handmade and laser cut work to create a very unique piece. The multi-layered cover catches the eye, its design boasts huge creativity and originality.
This acrylic ghost brooch from @littlepigjelellerydesign has a cuter take on halloween!
Anodised hip flasks are extremely popular. They can be personalised or uniquely engraved to leave striking results. This steampunk owl was laser engraved with the LS6840 PRO to create this metallic on matt finish.
These earrings are made from mirrored and glitter acrylic, and are available as hoops or studs, individually and as a pack.
Using a medieval illustration by @esque.arts, @toasteddesigns vectorised the design before engraving the piece on beechwood. The detail and contrast on this material leaves a stunning finish that can be difficult to achieve.
This personalised Halloween sign is made from painted MDF, and makes for a perfect Halloween decoration for a family.
This stunning sugar skull is hand painted and multi-layered. Its design is inspired by traditional Dia de los Muertos artwork, and the intricacy and colours really make this a stand out piece.
A mixture of gloss, marble and glitter acrylic make up these reusable poppy brooches. A large portion of the proceeds goes to charitable organisations. The red poppy is raising money for the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal. Proceeds from the purple poppy will go to The War Horse Memorial and War Paws. For more information please visit @whatlauradrew.