beading tutorial lady di swarovski crystal bracelet by diana balogh

Beading tutorial Lady Di Swarovski crystal bracelet

10.00$

I am fond of crystals. I love the radiance of every single crystal bead.
I like to work with these beads, to create jewelries from them, in which their shine is summarised. I created this royal bracelet from almost 400 Swarovski bicone crystals, and I recommend it to you, if you love the glistering of crystals as much as I do. Neither the photos nor the video can represent very well the true beauty of this bracelet.

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I am fond of crystals. I love the radiance of every single crystal bead.
I like to work with these beads, to create jewelries from them, in which their shine is summarised. I created this royal bracelet from almost 400 Swarovski bicone crystals, and I recommend it to you, if you love the glistering of crystals as much as I do. Neither the photos nor the video can represent very well the true beauty of this bracelet.

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This is a well understood, easy to follow, best quality, very detailed beading tutorial. Step by step with illustrations, photos and explanations of each step, material list, color list, and finished pictures of the bracelet.

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Measurements:
thickness: 10 mm (0.394 inch)
height: 20 mm (0.787 inch)

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Beadwork pattern for advanced beaders.
Language: English

❊ 20 pages
❊ 23 steps
❊ 41 illustrations
❊ 96 phase photos

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Materials you need:

❊ Japanese Toho seed beads size 11/0 – 3 g
❊ Czech Koralex fire polished beads size 4 mm, Colour A – Ca. 200 pcs
❊ Czech Koralex fire polished beads size 4 mm Colour B – Ca. 30 pcs (OR you can use the beads in colour A instead the beads in colour B.)
❊ Swarovski bicone crystals size 4 mm Colour A – 180-200 pcs
❊ Swarovski bicone crystals size 4 mm Colour B – 180-200 pcs

❊ Beading needle in 2 sizes (e.g. Pony Size 10 and 12)
❊ Nylon beading thread (or fishing line) in size 0.2 mm

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