I first saw this idea in Scrap & Stamp Arts magazine and wanted to make this. Then I was introduced to this site and found a link to this type of bracelet and Julie HRR. I looked back at the mag and couldn't believe it was the same person. All credit goes to JulieHRR, her creativity is truely inspiring. thanks Julie!!!!
Date: Saturday, June 19, 2004 GMT Views: 2511
Ink: StazOn Blue
Accessories: bracelet blank, white polyshrink, Diamond Glaze, silver Krylon pen
Registered: May 28, 2004 Location: Kentucky Posts: 736
Sat, Jun 19, 2004 @ 8:01 PM
I want to make this bracelet. But I have a question. Do you know the specific dimensions of the Polyshrink before you heated it? I am not one that likes trial and error before figuring out what I really want. TIA.
I cut the polyshrink into squares with my paper cutter at 1.5". JulieHRR used a square punch, but I didn't want to waste the polyshrink. The punch size she used was 1 3/8". I think the next one I do I will use that size so it will be easier to attach the squares to the bracelet.
Registered: January 7, 2004 Location: Pensacola, Florida Posts: 2107
Sun, Jun 20, 2004 @ 6:35 PM
Oh, this is very beautiful. Thanks so much for sharing your work. You are right, Julie HRR is very inspiring. I love her work as well. I'm still working on trying the slide mounts she recently has done.
Registered: April 14, 2004 Location: Kennesaw, GA Posts: 600
Mon, Jun 21, 2004 @ 8:03 AM
I love your bracelet!! I did one at a stamp club using the flowers on the Tender Toile set, and it turned out great! I was wondering what type of bracelet you used? I saw the website, but have no idea the name / type of bracelet I should order. TIA!! Chris :o)