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Category Archives: Aves- Apoxie Sculpt
I have been making some unique jewelry sets with our vintage Japanese Porcelain cabochons (almost out of stock) and our filigree settings. There are so many choices in this collection. The rings are fabulous for showing off a special cabochon. … Continue reading
You are seeing unique crystal and clay channel beads that are easy to make and then string on our new Global Chic tapestry cord. The project begins with our new Global Chic channel beads which are available is several … Continue reading
Materials 2g Delica 8/0 rd gun metal 8 icy bead pebble metallic gold – 2780 0486-06s8 8 large bronze jump rings 1 topaz 14mm SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS rivoli stone 14 xilion pp18 SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS gsha chatton 2 large wood rings 9 … Continue reading
I have seen quite a few flowers made of shells in various magazines. They look very pretty on a necklace. John Bead has strands of natural shell chips. I tried wire wrapping the chips into a floral shape..…but I wasn’t … Continue reading
I have to admit. Once you start working with the new Wrappers at John Bead you get a little distracted. Yesterday was all about the wrappers! This marquee wrapper shape is so interesting! I knew that I finally had something … Continue reading
I have some very interesting new tile shapes that I can use as pendants. Everyday I seem to wake up with another experiment I want to try with Apoxie Sculpt. Yesterday I wanted to make some interesting clay tiles using … Continue reading