Barbara Briggs‘ polymer Flora beads are part of her new collection of polymer, metal clay and glass beads that form this Potpourri bracelet.

It’s hard to tell where the metal stops and the polymer begins and that’s part of the delight. I love how common this mix and match approach to media has become…especially when silver prices reach over $40/ounce!

On her Etsy site Barbara offers the bracelet as a pattern and/or a kit to assemble.

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  • reply Marian Hertzog ,

    Ohh this is very pretty! I love the mix of metal and polymer too. Thanks for finding this one!

    • reply JeannieK ,

      I like the “built-in” polymer clay bead caps. This is stunning.

      • reply Anita Brandon ,

        This is one of the most gorgeous pieces of PC jewelry I’ve ever seen. All the intricate pieces of the design play together so well. KUDOS!

        • reply Heather ,

          Love the variety in this piece, especially the beaded bead combined with those gorgeous polymer clay beads and the metals. Very, very nice design!!

          • reply Jackie ,

            These beads are so pretty and special, I love making bead caps!

            • reply PJ ,

              Absolutely fabulous, if i owned that bracelet, I could only wear it on the couch, I wouldn’t be able to stop looking at it and touching it!

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