Building botanicals in polymer

Cecile Box brings botanicals to polymer on

Paris’ Cecile Bos (11prunes) makes her delicate floral patterns look easy as the rest of us squint in amazement.

Cecile Box brings botanicals to polymer on

You have to think like a textile designer to understand her methods of matching repeats and working on a solid color background.

Cecile worked as a biology researcher so she’s comfortable finding patterns and working in minuscule. She turns these canes into the daintiest of jewelry that she sells on her site and shows her in-process on Instagram.

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