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Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with this versatile bracelet which is suitable for both men and women! Using a simple weave technique, this design produces an evenly spaced band of beads and can incorporate any colors you choose.
- BrandSwarovski, Griffin
Best friends are always coming up with secret ways to communicate with each other. Why not try it with jewelry? These bracelets feature Morse code messages within the bead pattern. Use them to spell out names of friends, fun phrases and other words to add some personality to your style. This is a great project for moms and daughters to do together!
- BrandMiyuki, Griffin
Knotting is a technique traditionally used with pearls, but it can make a beautiful statement when used with other types of beads. Cheri added in small Swarovski pearls in this necklace to echo traditional styles, but also added in Swarovski Fine Rocks Tube beads for a more contemporary, sparkling look. She used the Beadalon tin cup knotter tool to perfectly space out each beaded segment in her silk. You can see her make this necklace and see other knotted designs in this Artbeads Cafe episode.
- BrandGriffin, Swarovski
A row of fluffy tassels is the perfect match for the crescent pendant in this look. Cheri used Griffin silk bead cord to create tassels that are colorful and soft to the touch. The result is an exotic bohemian look everyone will love. You can find more ideas for global jewelry themes in this Artbeads Cafe episode.
You can get creative with fibers and fabrics in your jewelry projects. Cheri used various ribbon and cord styles to create fun tassels for her earrings. She even added in beads dangling from Griffin silk bead cord for just a hint of sparkle. You can see more ideas for adding fabrics and fibers into your jewelry in this Artbeads Cafe Episode.
- BrandGriffin, Artbeads, Vintaj
Flowers and tassels create cheerful style in these sweet bracelets. The tassels are easy to make, so try this project with your kids! It's a great project for moms and daughters to do together. The mother of pearl beads allow you to switch up the color palettes to suit your tastes. For our instructions, we'll explain how to make the purple tassel bracelet.
- BrandKO Thread, Griffin