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More Wearable Art!!!

 
 
Bracelet
 
 Colleen has outdone herself once again with this mixed media bracelet! 

Colleen2LO 
Want to create a bracelet like Colleen's?  Here's what you'll need:

Stamper's Big Brush 

Metallic Pitt artist pen in Gold

Swirl rubber stamp

Small buttons, brown

Large button, brown

Beaded found object, gold

Rhinestone trim, browns

Metal leaf charms, browns

Needle and thread

Measure and cut to size 2 pieces raw canvas to fit around your wrist.  Sew around the edge, add cotton ribbon to either end for fastening. Make a loop for a button at one end. Measure against your wrist; sew a button on the other end.

Sewn blank bracelet 
Stamp with the PITT Big Brush pen and the rubber stamp.  Add gold PITT pen highlights.  Sew on the found elements, rhinestone trim, buttons and metal leaf charms.

Stamped canvas 
 Sewing on the details
Wrap & fasten around your wrist, wear with style!

Close-up bracelet 
Here's to a safe and happy holiday weekend!  Get out there and do something fun.  We'll be back on Tuesday with a new technique from Jill Foster.

 

 

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