Is worth two in the bush. Well, there are few advantages about these beads. But they were once a bracelet that had never seen the day.
When I made it I used some really terrible spacer beads and the bracelet just ended up at the bottom of a box.
Right now the birds has flown to keep warm during the winter. And I could really use some reminder about them coming back again.
I picked out the spacer beads and added a few more beads - that also were just lying there. And it sort of worked.
The beads are made of polymer clay. I made a rainbow cane and added slices to logs of clay.
They were then shaped as birds. After curing in the oven the beads was sanded with six different sand papers and then polished by hand.
With all that work it is a pity to let the beads just lying there.
Anyway, it always seems like it takes a lot of time to get a little job done. I am not quite that happy about the birds.
There are something about the shape of them that does not work. The colors are fine and I actually think I am going to use it now. Who can go wrong with a bit of a rainbow around the arm?