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Posted By: Southcoastgal
Nice for the price.January 9, 2012
Posted By: Debbie
Cuff braceletsJuly 30, 2011
I use these aluminum blanks because they are easy to cut and saw. I like to make cuffs that have odd shapes and sizes. I cannot use brass or steelbecause they do not cut easily, these do. They can be shaped any way you can work with them, cutting or sawing. I have even up holes in them to set stones into. I annot find them anyplace else and they don't weigh much to ship out to customers. Consider these for your next cuff. They are light so you can load them with embelishments & they hold the stones too.
2 people found this review helpful
Posted By: Rennie
Posted By: paints
First cuff blankMarch 23, 2011
I have been doing bead embroidery and beading cabochons for a while now, but this is my first use of a cuff blank. I am very pleased with the cost, quality and ease of use of this blank.
I also used TOHO lined purple seed beads from the same order for the flower center border.
I am very happy with it, and can't wait to do more!
1 person found this review helpful
Posted By: ArtbeadsCheri
Versatile CuffSeptember 22, 2010
I started seed beading a very organic, freeform pattern around some cabochon stones a while back that I never finished. I didnít have a clear idea of where the design was headed, but now Iím excited. It will be perfect on this wide cuff. I will probably line the inside with some ultra suede.
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