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Indira bracelet tutorial

(4 customer reviews)

10.00

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Description

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The 2 mm round beads were a sponsorship gift of Beadsmith.

 

 

MATERIAL LIST

  • Swarovski Elements nr 4470 cabochons or identical glass cabochons,
  • fire polished beads,
  • Miyuki Half Tila beads,
  • round beads,
  • Miyuki seed beads,
  • thin beading needle,
  • Fireline,
  • bead mat,
  • thread burner or scissors.

 

LICENCE
Buying this tutorial enables you to finish the jewel for personal use and also to sell the finished product.

 

KEEP IN MIND!

The diagrams and written instructions are clear and easy to follow, but remember, that you are always only a mail away from me if you need more help or have problem with finding the right material.

4 reviews for Indira bracelet tutorial

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    Sharon McKim (verified owner)

    Over the years I have purchased several of Ms Sandors’ tutorials and each one was a delight to make. They always turn out beautiful. I look forward to making this one as it looks just as descriptive and easy to follow as her others do.

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    Kelli Molitor (verified owner)

    I love this bracelet. I cannot wait to make it. I got the crystals from Erika and they arrived quickly, and are just gorgeous!! The tutorial is very detailed and looks like it will be easy to follow!

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    Katalin Dudas (verified owner)

    Great tutorial! And I like this bracelet, it’s so tough but at the same time elegant. Works with jeans and leather jacket as well as the little black dress.
    I plan the second version to be different than the original colour concept.

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    Aniko Hesz (verified owner)

    This is one of my favourite bracelet designs. It’s so versatile. If made of shiny metallic beads and gorgeuos Swarovski rectangle rivolis it looks really luxurious but if made of matte and opal combination it’s very modern and you can wear it every day. The tutorial is very easy to follow and the diagrams are nicely drawn, as always 🙂

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