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OMGemstones!!!


About this design:

A 4 x wrap full of an eclectic display of gemstones!! I love this one:)

Components:

Jaspers, Obsidian, turqouise, Amethyst, Green Aventurine, Quartz, Rose Quartz, Agates, Cats Eyes, Sterling Silver, Garnet, Tigers Eye......and so much more:)

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  1. Retro By Design
    Retro By Design says:

    Well, I did not have to wait long to see your next design…u inspire me to try harder when I am designing my bracelets!!! Love the flowing colors & the buffalo button! Great job!!!

  2. Asia
    Asia says:

    Very nice I admire you for doing a quadruple wrap with all those yards of thread :D

  3. Chickie Nonnie T
    Chickie Nonnie T says:

    nice, love all the different gemstones!

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    Chicky Zee aka Alice says:

    Nice bracelet!

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    Mary S - Sweet Chick says:

    More awesomeness!! Love it!

  6. Cathy H Chocolate Chick
    Cathy H Chocolate Chick says:

    This is great! Love the combination of colors!!!

  7. Little Round Chick
    Little Round Chick says:

    Great looking bracelet! Love the colors in your beads and that “buffalo nickle” is a perfect compliment for the design. :)

  8. puppychick  labratbecky
    puppychick labratbecky says:

    Love this! I have one of these behemoths started but my thread kept getting knotted and I stopped in frustration. :) Yours in fabulous!! I love the multi beads!

  9. Sonali
    Sonali says:

    Very earthy, substantial, and definitely boho!

  10. TheBohemianCowgirls
    TheBohemianCowgirls says:

    Thank you Sonali….I love your work so much:) Seem so intricate and always comes out quite nice:) Becky are you using beading thread? They come in bobbins, and you don’t have to start with a lot, just keep knotting on more as you go..the size D thread is so much easier and less tangley than regular thread;) Yo can do it!!;) x

  11. puppychick  labratbecky
    puppychick labratbecky says:

    Thanks for the advice!! I have a bunch of silk thread that I feel like I have to use up to justify its existence but I did just order a bunch of the D thread, too. I did the rattlesnake wrap with smaller pieces and a few knots hidden in the spacer beads and I think that is the way to go.

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