Another minimalist step

Breil on PCDaily

Speaking of sinewy and curvy (see yesterday’s post), take a look at Ontario’s Helen Breil and her new wrapped polymer cuff.

She’ll be building this bracelet step-by-step on Craftcast in January. Pan pastels, mica powders and zippers are some of the key ingredients in this intriguing design.

Breil on PCDaily

Helen’s earned a reputation for manipulating simple geometric shapes into surprisingly striking and wearable jewelry. See samples on her site and on Flickr, Pinterest, and Facebook.

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  • reply Lorrene Baum-Davis ,

    Love this and I like her a lot. Thanks for the post.

    • reply Helen Breil ,

      Thanks so much for the post Cynthia! What a wonderful surprise this morning. And thank you dear Lorrene for your comment You are so supportive of others work. So much appreciated – both of you!

      • reply Becky A ,

        Simple yet very interesting and pretty design. Very nice!

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