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Upcycling, Bijoux, Bracelets, Buttons, Bijou, Upcycled Jewelry, Collier, Fabric Beads, Button
colares com botões forrados
the instructions for making fabric covered buttons
Fabric Covered Button Tutorial
Patrones, Manualidades, Diy Sewing, Sewing Crafts
5 τρόποι για να φτιάξετε μοναδικά χειροποίητα κουμπιά
a necklace and bracelet made out of ceramic tiles on a white surface with a silver chain
Presenting the Work of Today’s Finest Artists
Denise Necklace - Symmetry by Louise Fischer Cozzi: Silver and Polymer Clay Necklace available at www.artfulhome.com
a necklace with five different circles hanging from it's sides on a white background
Cozzi virtually yours – Polymer Clay Daily
Polymer Clay Daily — Inspiring you to create!
four black and white circles are hanging from a necklace
Louise Fischer Cozzi Jewelry Artist | Artful Home
Biggest+D+Necklace by Louise+Fischer+Cozzi: Polymer+Clay+Necklace available at www.artfulhome.com
a necklace and bracelet made out of different types of buttons on a white background with a silver chain
Cozzi Updates – Polymer Clay Daily
Commenting on yesterday, Louise Fischer Cozzi writes that Tory Hughes will be teaching at the fourth annual Art of Polymer workshop in Stresa, Italy on Lago Maggiore, August 20-26. Check Louise's site for a look at her new polymer clay work. At [...]
Contemporary Jewelry
Graduated Big D Necklace — Louise Fischer Cozzi
a close up of a book with a bunch of buttons on the cover and an open notebook
Africa
Africa by Blickfang JM, via Flickr - I LOVE this design, and her sketch is wonderful. Wish this was around my neck!
an assortment of colorful beaded necklaces and bracelets on a black table top
IMG_3882
Tutte le dimensioni |IMG_3882 | Flickr – Condivisione di foto!
a close up of a bracelet made out of beads
The Contrast Conundrum | The Weekly Polymer Arts Blog
Join us for Louise Fisher Cozzi's wonderfully patterned polymer necklace and a quick post about "The Contrast Conundrum." We'll help you break down how you view your work and evaluate how contrast impacts you, as seen on the Weekly Polymer Arts blog,