I was happily surprised to see my Tyvek pendant included in the latest edition of Stampington & Company's magazine, Belle Armoire in their "best of Belle" collection for paper jewelry.
It has been a long minute since I have made new jewelry from laser cut Tyvek and I still have soooo much Tyvek to cut :)
The Tyvek I use is from a leftover roll, the unused end cut in manufacturing, I purchased saving it from the landfill. I haven't gone to a maker space to use a laser-cutter since before the pandemic closures and I need to get going with new designs and more cutting, stacking, inking, and sewing!
Below is a video of my Tyvek pages after laser cutting - I leave just a smidge uncut so that the individual shapes stay in place and all sewing holes are precut and used as registration dots. Here the large sheet is gently blowing in the wind.