Cherubic Music

Cherubic Music is a stand alone ornament made entirely of Delicas,15/0 beads and crystals using circular peyote stitch.

A little red-headed renaissance cherub dreamily strums a mandolin on each of the 4 medallions that can be created from polymer clay per the provided instructions or ordered from the supplier provided in the supply list.

It was so easy I was successful on my very first try and I haven't done much with polymer clay before. Just think of what you can do once you've learned, maybe your second try will be pictures of your children or grandchildren

You will need to be familiar with peyote stitch as I have NOT included instructions for the stitch itself.

Supplies required for this project include:
  • Beading needle
  • monofilament and Nymo beading thread
  • Delicas, 15/0 seed beads
  • SS 39 chatons or 8 mm round crystals
  • bicones or Czech crystals
  • styrofoam balls
  • polymer clay
  • rolling pin
  • 1" cookie cutter
  • spray bottle
  • Varathane Diamond polyurethane varnish
  • a craft paintbrush
  • #5 barrel swivel

Project Type: Bead
Stitch: Peyote, stringing.
Beads Used: Delicas, 15/0, Chatons or 8 mm beads, 4 mm crystals.
Approx Finished Size: 6 inches around excluding the medallions, 5-1/2 inches long.
Pages to Print: 10

In Stock: 200

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