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" I collect the leftover resin used in the glassing process of making surfboards. Then I hand cut each piece looking for unique color combinations. Once I have the desired shape I hand sand, and hand polish each piece, handcrafting them into a one of a kind piece of jewelry. I call these unique, colorful pieces of jewelry Surfglass."
"I collect driftwood I find on the
beautiful beaches of my home, the Outer Banks of North Carolina. I prep
the driftwood then add a stunning ocean blue resin to compliment the
natural beauty of the driftwood. I then look for unique shapes, cut,
sand, and polish them into one of a kind pieces of jewelry. I call these
unique pieces of jewelry Surfwood."