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Handmade autumn leaf bracelet

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This autumnal bracelet celebrates the array of changing colours with 10 individually shimmer shaded polymer clay leaves. It's seasonal style shines through 5 pretty coin shaped agate beads and tiny faceted glass rondelles.  

Each of the silver and bronze tone bird charms, including a set of little acorns bring their own character to the mix and compliment the white (or pink) late flowering blossom, inspired by the beautiful and bee loved autumn sweet clematis, an awesome inclusion for the garden.

Create your own bracelet using the list of findings below and expand using other beads to make a matching necklace and set of earrings or have fun developing your own unique jewellery designs that represents how you feel about this time of year and the fluttering annual leaf fall. 

Handmade polymer clay bracelet filled with autumn leaves

What you'll need to make this autumn leaf bracelet

  • chain link and bracelet clasps
  • flat head pins
  • jump rings
  • set of jewellery tools

  • Pixiehats autumn leaves and blossom on ebay

  • 14mm agate coin beads
  • 4x3mm faceted rondelle beads; red orange yellow green
  • 4mm gold plated daisy spacers(optional)
  • 6mm green glass crackle beads  
  • silver plated and bronze bird charms
  • antique bronze acorn charms

What you need to make this autumn leaf bracelet

4mm daisy spacer
6mm green crackle
14mm coin beads
4x3mm rondelles chain

bird charms
acorn charms
gift box

For a custom set of leaves and blossom flowers that's ideal for building your own jewellery sets please get in touch. Use the *number guide on the photo above and state which colours and quantities you're interested in -  acornink@pixiehats.com

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