Posts Tagged ‘laser cut’

Wooden bauble Christmas wreath

Monday, December 5th, 2011
Modern and contemporary Christmas xmas wreath

Wooden wreath

It’s traditional to hang a wreath on your door, or in your home, at Christmas. If you fancy something a bit different from the usual greenery, then here’s a funky modern wooden wreath.

Created from birch plywood, the bauble design wreath is laser cut from the wood to produce a very effective and decorative design. The wreath comes with ribbon, so is ready to hang up immediately in your desired location.

The wooden bauble Christmas wreath costs £15 and can be purchased from Gilbert13′s store on Not On The High Street.

See your reflection in a coin mirror

Tuesday, August 16th, 2011
Gold or silver coin mirror for your home

Coin design mirror

If you’ve ever found yourself wishing it was your head that appears on British coins, then here’s a chance for it to happen…if only temporarily.

This coin design mirror is laser cut from acrylic and is available in both silver or gold colours.

The mirror is designed and made in the UK and comes with double sided sticky pads on the back, so you can quickly and effortlessly get it up on the wall.

The coin mirror costs £38 and can be purchased from Bouf.

Laser cut alphabet coasters

Tuesday, September 28th, 2010
Intricate laser cut coasters

Alphabet coasters

If you love all things typographic, then you’ll love these alphabet coasters.

Intricately laser cut from polyester felt, the alphabet coasters live up to their name by containing a jumble of letters carefully joined together.

Each coaster measures 10.5cm by 10.5cm, they’re available in black and cost £10 (we presume for a set of four) from The Literary Gift Company.

Rob Ryan limited edition laser cut

Wednesday, January 20th, 2010
Can we? Shall we? Limited edition laser cut

Intricate laser cut

If you want to invest in some modern new artwork, then how about this laser cut by designer Rob Ryan?

Entitled, ‘Can We? Shall We?’ the limited edition red lasercut is one of only 250. It measures 27cm by 37.5cm and comes mounted on white card, ready for framing.

Although you might not be able to see it that clearly on the picture, there’s some delicately cut-out wording running down the middle of the piece. This text reads:

 ”Can We? Shall We? One day very soon, let us go away together just you and me. Can We? Shall We? Call in sick one day and travel to the sea and hold hands all day.

Can We? Shall We? Eat our sandwiches on the train, get drunk on fresh air and come home tired and never tell anyone….Ever.”

The unusual laser cut can be purchased from Rob Ryan’s store on Etsy (although it is priced in US dollars, it’s shipped from the UK).

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