Small, big, round, square, wide, narrow - they can have all shapes and sizes and what is painted on them depends only on your idea and imagination.
I mostly like to paint cute animal bracelets that make people smile when they look at them. But there's no problem in creating ones that are more sophisticated and have more glamour - just tell me what you wish for.
Steps of getting a custom made jewellery:
1. Purchase a custom made jewellery item's listing.
2. Send me a convo or e-mail telling of your idea.
3. You can include information of a main or a favourite colour you want to see on the item.
4. I will show you few sketches from which you can choose.
5. When you decide on the design I will get down to creating it for you. Beautifully and with my whole heart, of course :)
6. I can show you progress photos, if you want. If not I will show you the finished item for final approval.
7. The item will be send to you carefully packed in a pretty paper, box or organza bag.
All bracelets are wooden and painted with acrylics + a lot of layers of varnish to make them last longer.
Children's bracelets are 5,6 cm / 2.2" (diameter)
Adults' bracelets are 6,7cm / 2.6" (diameter)
Please send me a convo if you want to know what shapes I have available at the moment and what I can get for you if needed.
Making of a bracelet takes about 8 working days + few days needed to get a right size and shape of the bracelet if there's no similar left in my stock.
If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask!
If you have an idea for a custom illustration or a thing handmade by me, Adelaida, just let me know. Everything can be done! :)
All items come carefully packed in clear cellophane sleeves or organza bags. To prevent from bending items are send in bubble envelopes additionally secured with corrugated fibreboards.
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To find out about upcoming illustrations and works stay tuned with my Blog http://aleksandra-chabros.blogspot.com/
Have a nice day!
The purchase of this item does not transfer reproduction rights.
© Aleksandra D. Chabros