Susan O’Neill of 11 BOLD street and PCAGOE Member Creates Bracelet For Hope
August 6, 2012
Thank you Susan O’Neill of 11 BOLD street, a designer and a member of the Polymer Clay Artists Guild of Etsy, for donating an amazingly unique, blue denim inspired bracelet to the 7000 Bracelets for Hope program as part of the PCAGOE Charity Challenge.
One of my specialties involves soaking fabric, usually gauze, in liquid polymer and curing it to a rigid, yet flexible state. I use this technique for jewelry and small home decor items. With a blue theme, denim naturally came to mind. A solid polymer focal adorns the front, with stamped silver mica and riveted accents. – Susan O’Neill
11 BOLD street features wearable art – handcrafted jewelry and accessories, primarily of polymer clay and compatible materials. Susan also creates unique containers and desk sets, such as valets, pens and trinket boxes, beads, buttons and tutorials. Susan’s items are currently available in her Etsy shop – 11 BOLD Street.
Thank you Susan for participating in the PCAGOE Charity Challenge and for donating a bracelet to support a family affected by rare disease. The family receiving your bracelet will feel so much support because of your generosity!
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