deyoung-niese bracelet

Michigan’s Sandra DeYoung-Niese wires her molded, painted and inked polymer beads onto a thin brass bangle – a fresh treatment that syncs perfectly with her vibe which is part beach, part trendy bohemian.

On her Dragonfly Bracelet, she secures the beads with polymer instead of wire.

You can oggle her studio, her show display and read more on her Etsy about page, her Flickr page and Facebook.

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  • reply Sandra DeYoung-Niese ,

    Hello! Thank you for sharing my work on this page! I am so tickled to be a part of this community. I have learned so much and have “met” so many talented and warm individuals because of PCD. Thank you for mentioning my bracelets!!

    • reply Kathryn Ottman ,

      Happy Birthday, Cynthia! You truly inspire so many and I hope that your day and year continue to be blessed.

      • reply Dawna Sharp ,

        So talented! This is a truly intriguing piece. Love it!

        • reply Sandra D. ,

          The bracelet is awesome.

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