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Tropical Forest Vine Bracelet Tutorial

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In this tutorial you'll learn how to make a beaded tropical forest vine bracelet with crystal bicones, freshwater pearls, pearl and seed beads. Beading is made easy with these step-by-step instructions and full color illustrations. Loving nature has prompted me to craft this interesting bracelet. Fancy letting the tropical vine grow and drape around your wrist - bringing on sunshine into your life. Weave your favorite freshwater pearls into a luxurious and elegant vine with some luscious crystal bicones, pearls and seed beads. Except the freshwater oval pearls which are slightly larger at 5 mm, 4mm beads are used. This beautiful bracelet is specially dedicated to all nature-loving friends out there! You will receive an email containing the tutorial in PDF readable format. File size is about 500 KB. Please do not distribute, sell or reproduce this tutorial in any form. ******* Need a gift box for gifting your handmade jewelry? Make your own! Shop at http://www.craftsy.com/user/182477/pattern-store for a PDF template from my store. Thanks! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Secure your beadwork with a square/surgeon's knot SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Approx. length is 18 cm, excluding clasp

Recommended with this pattern

  • 4 mm Emerald Swarovski Crystal Bicones about 40 pc
  • 4 mm Turqoise-colored Pearl Beads (or any green beads) about 80 pc
  • 5mm width x 6 mm length (hole is through width) Freshwater Pearls about 20 pc (*OR any 5mm beads)

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Splendere
Splendere
Always captivated by the sparkle of jewelry. Curious to know how to make them. Especially love the soft sheen of pearls. Perhaps it's because part of my name is in it. Started to learn beading skills and now deeply in love with it. Please let me share this joy with you.