“In geometry, a cube is a three-dimensional solid object”, according to Wikipedia, and that’s exactly what I was aiming for creating a jewelry piece. The perfectly flat and square SHEETmetal pieces were the best option to build a cube that would make a modern piece of jewelry and a bit out of the common ones. The shiny surface of the SHEETmetal was slightly moderated by pressing the metal pieces on the StazOn PIGMENT ink pad surface that gave a patterned result. Adding the Mboss stamped designs I had the contrast with the white and the silver metallic surface.


Find step by step instructions in Imagine’s blog



  • Waxed cord
  • Jewelry beads
  • Jewelry peices – clasps, jump rings, caps
  • Jewelry Pliers
  • Heat tool
  • Hot glue gun and glue
  • Stamping platform (optional)
  • Kaiserkraft – Tigerlily stamps


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