France’s Helene Klym brings us a light, cool polymer necklace to end a hot week. Long thin tube beads interspersed with simple spacers might be fun to wear (and to make) in this heat.

I’m guessing that the tubes are extruded, an easy process when the clay is warm and pliable.

Helene offers this design in a range of colors. The ivory color looks best for our safari-like climate. Take it easy this weekend.

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  • reply Anita Brandon ,

    Minimalistic, supremely elegant, and perfect for summer.

    • reply JeannieK ,

      I just love the simplicity of this.

      • reply Guadalupe Meter ,

        Lovely creation…also love the simplicity! Awesome!

        • reply Janie ,

          I also love the simplicity and cool feel to this necklace. Makes me want to make one also! I might would have to make some silver clay beads to go with it though…hm, this is motivating.

          • reply cecile g ,

            Ces colliers faits de plusieurs rangées de tubes sont sobres et très chics, bravo !

            • reply Jewelry Making | CraftGossip.com ,

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              • reply raymond ,

                do you have a tutoriol for making this color of Ivory ?

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