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DIY Wooden Cufflinks

  • March 13, 2017

DIY Huntress
DIY Huntress
DIY Huntress
DIY Huntress

Spring is approaching, which means outdoor events and fun parties! Make a statement at your next big even with handmade wooden cufflinks!

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  1. Project Steps

    1. Step: 1

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      Cut your oak board into 1.5 x 3” pieces to make cutting out the designs easier.

    2. Step: 2

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      Draw your design onto the boards by using a compass (for circles), a straightedge (for squares), or by tracing a design printed from the internet.

    3. Step: 3

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      Use your scroll saw to cut out the designs.

    4. Step: 4

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      Once cut, sand down your pieces for a smooth finish.

    5. Step: 5

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      Use the sander to scuff front of the cufflink blanks. This will make it easier to glue them onto the wood.

    6. Step: 6

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      Use wood adhesive to attach the cufflink blanks to the wood pieces.

    7. Step: 7

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      Once dry, stain and/or poly your pieces.

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DIY Wooden Cufflinks

by DIY Huntress
Mar 13, 2017
Medium 5fe8e15c 537a 4e9e bea5 6ffb88d7bffe

Spring is approaching, which means outdoor events and fun parties! Make a statement at your next big even with handmade wooden cufflinks!

Project Steps

  1. Step: 1
    Huge e904aa1b 6128 4584 aa6e b28734fcbffb

    Cut your oak board into 1.5 x 3” pieces to make cutting out the designs easier.

  2. Step: 2
    Huge d3241180 45ed 4814 bffa 3c0e511f5084

    Draw your design onto the boards by using a compass (for circles), a straightedge (for squares), or by tracing a design printed from the internet.

  3. Step: 3
    Huge 29bd28f2 dde0 4a53 aac4 a48d74810265

    Use your scroll saw to cut out the designs.

  4. Step: 4
    Huge e62a3e37 7eb7 4f9a ac67 0dde2701d85e

    Once cut, sand down your pieces for a smooth finish.

  5. Step: 5
    Huge 93ea48a1 83f3 4fc6 9272 4f0c93b2f70d

    Use the sander to scuff front of the cufflink blanks. This will make it easier to glue them onto the wood.

  6. Step: 6
    Huge 4f35226e 3882 4376 b5ce d698b11509e1

    Use wood adhesive to attach the cufflink blanks to the wood pieces.

  7. Step: 7
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    Once dry, stain and/or poly your pieces.