Copper jewelry, kozo papers, & handmade wares.

Flint, Michigan

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Emily Legleitner

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Emily Legleitner


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About WoodashHandmade

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On Etsy since 2014

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Video summary: All of my products and packaging are handmade in my home studio. Here I am building the cards for my jewelry packaging, wrapping book board in kozo paper, stamping each with my shop logo, and punching holes to hold the chain of a necklace.

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  • Emily Legleitner

    Owner, Maker

    I am a maker based in Flint, MI where I work in relief printmaking out of my home studio. I am a practicing papermaker, learning to master Japanese washi. And I dabble in jewelry making. She/her/queer identifying. Follow my fine art @emily.legleitner

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Last updated on Oct 1, 2020


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Last updated on May 11, 2022

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Care instructions

The copper used in my jewelry is raw and will patina naturally with time and wear. All pieces are polished and finished with Renaissance Wax to keep them fingerprint free and slow tarnishing. If the natural patina is not desired on copper, it can be removed with a mix of vinegar, salt, and warm water, scrubbed gently with a toothbrush.

Experiencing a greenish reaction on your skin?

Some people will experience a greenish tint to their skin where raw copper jewelry is worn. This is natural, harmless, and will wash off with soap and water.