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Vanitas bracelet tutorial

(3 customer reviews)


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A luxurious jewel, inspired the Dutch Golden Age and by Baroque painter Clara Pieters’s painting “Vanitas”. Clara was the first significant female Dutch painter. The painting is probably an auto-portrait of the artist wearing a necklace, a headband, earrings and two bracelets.
This bracelet is wonderful if you are looking for a project you can really get your teeth into!



The True2 beads used in the bracelet were a sponsorship gift of Beadsmith.



  • 13×18 mm oval cabochons (my recommendation: Turquoise Blue, Mat Coral, Jade Green),
  • Swarovski Elements pearls,
  • True2 beads,
  • Miyuki seed beads,
  • thin beading needle,
  • Fireline,
  • bead mat,
  • thread burner or scissors.


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



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.

3 reviews for Vanitas bracelet tutorial

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    Easy-to-understand instructions and all the necessary materials available in-shoppe if you don’t already have a stash of crystals you’re trying to utilise. This is a classic bracelet that’s not only simple to make, but comfortable to wear and gets endless complements. I couldn’t be happier with this tutorial!

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    Robin Horowitz

    This such a pretty bracelet!! Erika you are so creative!! This is another tut on my to do list!!

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    Kelli Molitor (verified owner)

    I bought this tutorial along with the green stones. The stones arrived quickly and are even more beautiful than I thought they would be. The tutorial is very detailed and visually interesting. I cannot wait to make this!

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