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« on: June 26, 2010 09:07:25 AM »

I'm making a lush polymer clay bracelet for a friend. I made bubble bars like the comforter, Karma, Creamy Candy, Ma Bar (http://www.lush.ca/shop/products/bath/bubble-bars/) and a bunch of others.

But!! I don't know if I should make them into beads, by poking a hole all the way through, or put eye pins in them.

If you really need a picture I'll add one, but I'd prefer not to just in cause my friend is looking around craftster Cheesy

Thanks in advance!!!
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« Reply #1 on: June 26, 2010 10:29:20 AM »

A)  That yellow is really rough on the eyes...

B) With a bracelet you want the wearer to still be able to lay their arm as flat as possible, especially if it might be worn
on the dominant arm while writing.  I'd say eye pins, so the big pieces can sort of swing out and still let the wrist sit flat.
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