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Above I've shown the beaded top finished on the "Hawk Wing" color of Nicole's BeadBacking foundation. I think it's easier to see the entire bracelet design when it's flat like this, since the curavture of the cuff bracelet allows you to see only small sections at a time.
In the photo above, I have cut away the backing foundation, and the beaded top part is ready to be glued to the brass blank cuff. The central focal jasper stone is rectangular, but the two jasper stones on each side are not exactly the same - this lent a slightly free-form design to the bracelet. It's always enjoyable to pull out the colors from the stones and let them flow where they will.
After I finished the cuff, I decided the central focal jasper cabochon might benefit from a circle of Aqua Terra jasper beads.
This below photo shows the side view. Besides the smaller Aqua Terra jasper beads, I placed six larger beads in the same coloration flat on the bracelet with a "stop bead" to hold them down. I also had four glass flower beads that carried the same color theme. The rust-colored beads are also glass, but with a matte finish. Included are aqua crystals, and AB glass beads in several sizes and shapes.
Finally, this picture below shows the ends of the cuff. Inside is a soft, brown UltraSuede. The edging on this cuff follows the bead choice on the bracelet itself - which is a different look for me, but one I am pleased with. I even included some metallic cube beads for added interest.