Hmm... I know the info sheet I got with mine said that you could do a similar thing to make napkin rings. So I should think so; though you have a point about the size for the cuffs. You might be able to make the kind of cuff bracelet that has a bit of a gap. If it's only about an inch it won't fall off your wrist or anything.
I wonder if I can find that info sheet... I think it had further information on how to make the napkin rings that would be helpful. Sorry, this isn't the most helpful reply in the world - I bet some one else will have more info for you.
I love the look of polymer clay, at least certain styles. Small, colorful, heavily glossy things made into earrings and pendants. That kind of thing. But I have hardly ever used polymer clay, and the times I have tried it I've found it to be one of the least intuitive crafts I've tried. Can anyone suggest some good websites or books to read? Christmas is coming, and I thought maybe there might be a good book of the subject that I could ask for.
They are all wonderful! You have such a great sense of creativity in your designs. Personal stylewise, the first is my favorite - but for the design of the jewelry itself I like the second one best. But they are all wonderful!
Wow! That's so lovely. I adore layered necklaces, and this is one of the coolest ones I've ever seen. I'm going to have to go look for your previous post now, sounds like you're posted another like this?? This is what I get for not being up to date on reading craftster posts!
Holy moly, that's gorgeous! I was expecting a simple display, thinking "this is fortuitous, I've been looking for some advice on making a necklace display" but this is nothing like what I expected - just breathtaking! I may have to try something like this, although I need one to use when taking pictures of jewelry, and I think one as elaborate as this would detract the eye from the necklace. It's perfect for a display in a store though. Brava!
*happily poking the "this rocks" button, because it does*