Arm candy

Ingrid Ulrich constructs dramatic polymer bracelets on PolymerClayDaily.com

How much of these bracelets is polymer is anyone’s guess. Germany’s Ingrid Ulrich deftly mixes her media. The bracelets with their dramatic focal pieces make graphic puzzles for the eye and the arm. Look at them closely on Instagram.

Ingrid has challenged herself with polymer bracelet construction for a long time. The bracelet gallery on her website gives bracelet makers lots of ideas to start the week.

Springy polymer bracelets

Bonnie Bishoff covers a springy wire with a folded collection of patterns on PolymerClayDaily.com

Thanks to Maine’s Bonnie Bishoff for starting our week with this great eye candy, her new springy bracelets. Take a closer look on Instagram.

Bonnie Bishoff covers a springy wire with a folded collection of patterns on PolymerClayDaily.com

Polymer circles and tubes covered in an assortment of lively patterns are folded over memory wire (or something similar) that spirals itself into a bracelet.

The patterns bounce around and stack on top of each other in the most satisfying way to bring you a happy Monday treat.

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