This sort of consistency makes it easy to create patterns and design maps that would fit a wide variety of charms without too much alteration in execution or pattern. It's a reliable model. You see, there's a bit of science in every jewelry project. Physics, geometry, and a host of scientific units of measure come into play. Jewelry making is architecture.
|It's a charm bracelet.|
So the reliable Disneyana metrics have allowed me to design an equally reliable metric for gauging how easily I can take on a new project when I'm suffering from shaky hands. If I can complete a Jack Skellington or Disneyana charm bracelet in close to my usual time frame, it's good idea for me to start on a more intensive, strenuous project. It also serves as a good warm up.
I'm sure I'll make more. I have a ton of charms to burn through.
|Beads in the top right of the picture... Clearly, there's more to come..|