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Suit of Hearts Bracelet by neurolepsia Suit of Hearts Bracelet by neurolepsia
I made a pair of bracelets for fun... because I bought some charms and had spare beads and parts, not with a real intention to sell them...
Then I set up an Etsy shop for fun and surprise! They sold.
I'm submitting them to devART for posterity. I rather liked them.

Alice inspired, of course.

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Here is the first, which is very similar: [link]
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sprat Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2012
Ale . . . where can I get some good pewter?
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neurolepsia Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I have NO clue.
The stuff on that bracelet was upcycled, pieces of old jewelry and accessories, I kind of franken-crafted. The charms are from ebay, it's "tibetan silver" - which is not GOOD pewter. If you don't want to spend a lot, just do searches on ebay. Asian materials usually come in big lots for little money.
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sprat Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2012
I really like tibetan jewelry. It's usually very functional, even if it is made of mystery metal. I had a big pewter tankard that I was carrying around in Oregon for awhile, used it as my cup for everything I drank, then it got stolen. Maybe for the best though, since it was old and pretty lead heavy. This was around the same time I got mercury poisoning, took awhile to clear that . . . anyways I would very much appreciate a copy of your book; you could send it to TX although it might be a few years before I can pick it up and read it.
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neurolepsia Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
A few years? Why, if you can type you can read. :P
Already packed it up, I just have to send it.

And you're totally right about the mystery materials...
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lobech2012 Featured By Owner May 30, 2012
Que lindo _
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