Tattoo You: Custom Projects That Start in Ink
A groom-to-be asked Uri Misrachi of Carving Dreams in Wood to create a special carved engagement ring box. He wanted the box to feature carvings based on small tattoos on his and his future bride’s hands as well as her name on the lid. The end result: “Another happy client,” writes Uri. Ready to have your tattoos carved into a custom jewelry box? Contact Uri and discuss your plans.
Have a rad tattoo? How about one that chases away evil spirits? Steven Lenchner of Lenchner Glass Company can make it cross over into custom made glassware. This fused glass gargoyle bowl, featuring one happy homunculus, is part of Steven’s “Tattoo Series.” Contact Steven and have him capture your personal sentinel in glass.
When you post your design on our “Get it Made” project board or contact a particular artisan like Dave Mitchell of Splinters Woodworks, you have the option of attaching photos to your project description to help express your vision clearly. One of Dave’s customers sent him a photo of a tattoo on an arm to use as the design for the center logo of this maple custom “Wolf Dream” three-person triangle cribbage board. To see more pictures of this board, including the original photo of the tattoo, as well as a great review by the customer, check out Dave’s personal blog entry.
Whether you have a custom game board or custom made jewelry in mind, our CustomMade artisans can turn your cool tattoos into cool custom projects. Post your images along with a description of what you want on our “Get it Made” project board and have interested artisans contact you.