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Paper Bead Canceled Postage Stamps " Shades of Turquoise  and Brown "

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Very few people make these truly unique paper postage stamp beads. Each stamp must have a base paper bead made to fit the width and length of the stamp. After creating the base bead ,the stamp is then mounted onto the base. Next the end of each bead is painted by hand using high quality metallic paint. These beads are from different parts of the world and are in shades of turquoise and brown with rich espresso metallic ends. After the paint cures each bead receives 2 layers of thick base coat. The final step is stringing the beads on fishing line and fully submerging them in 2 coats of Janice Mae's non toxic Paper Bead Glaze. This protects them from moisture making them water resistant but, they are not water proof.

This strand of beads measures 8" in total length and has 8 beads total.
Each bead is approximately 3/4 cm to 1 cm in diameter.
The bead length varies from the longest being 3 cm to the shortest one being 2 cm.
These beads would make a fabulous necklace that would be very unique.
I will be posting more stamp beads very soon in pinks, blues, greens, orange, red shades.
If you have some stamps you would like made into beads send me a convo. and I can do a special order.

Paper Bead Canceled Postage Stamps " Shades of Turquoise and Brown "

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  • Handmade Supply
  • Materials: paper, glue, vibrance, bead roller, postage stamps
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  • Only ships within United States.
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