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Serenity Garden Set

About this design:

This week, I loved these new Czech Glass Hibiscus coins so much that I decided to make a matching set! I think the peach moonstone looks great with the flowers, and I love how the soft colors along with the lotus pendant give off a very tranquil & calming vibe.

What you’ll need: (buy products below)

  • 24 Gauge Wire (gold or brass)
  • Beige Chinese Knotting Cord (leather cord would work as well)
  • Czech Glass Fire Polished Round 4mm in Ivory (1 strand)
  • Czech Glass Hibiscus Coins (1 strand of the crystal w/ pink & 1 strand of the ivory w gold)
  • Czech Glass Gold Daisy Spacer (1 strand)
  • Gold Earwire (2)
  • Peach Moonstone Pebble (1/2 strand)
  • Peach Moonstone Round 6mm (1 strand)
  • Gold Headpins (2)
  • Super Glue
  • Strawberry Quartz 4mm (1/2 strand)
  • Seed Beads (see below for seed beads used)
  • Walnut Wood Lotus Focal (1)

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Step-by-Step Instructions:

Step 1:
To make the necklace, I made bead links (attached directly to each other) with the Czech Glass hibiscus coins, the peach moonstone round 6mm beads, the 8/0 seed beads (crystal with mauve lining & crystal with gold lining) and Czech Glass fire-polished round 4mm Ivory beads. The length is 21".
Step 2:
To make the Lotus necklace, I simply knotted the Chinese Knotting Cord around the top of the pendant. The length is 15-16". To finish, I glued a 4mm faceted strawberry quartz bead to the center of the lotus. Leather cord would also work for this as well.
Step 3:
For the bracelet, I made bead links (attached directly to each other) with the Czech hibiscus coins, the peach moonstone 6mm beads, and the seed beads.
Step 4:
For the earrings, use a headpin to make a bead charm with a peach moonstone nugget. With a 3" piece of wire, make a bead link (attach directly to the charm) and slide on a gold-lined seed bead, a 6mm round peach moonstone bead, a gold Czech glass spacer, and the ivory w/ gold hibiscus coin. Slide the link onto the loop of the ear wire.

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10 yd. spool

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15-16" strand
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2.5" tube

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Measurements: 1mm hole/18 gauge

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    Beady Little Eyes says:

    Such a pretty set Elaina. I love the little bead on the lotus. That strawberry quartz is so pretty.

  2. kye
    kye says:

    Oh I love those hibiscus coins too. Such a beautiful set. Yum!

  3. Crystal Canary
    Crystal Canary says:

    Beautiful combination of colors! Your choice of beads look awesome with those hibiscus flowers. Lovely set Elaina! :)

  4. dolllady aka Pam
    dolllady aka Pam says:

    Superb pick for spring and summer. The colors are outta this world, and the design is perfect.

  5. Maggies Mom
    Maggies Mom says:

    Light and lovely!

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    doglover72 says:

    I knew this design must be yours when I first saw it because I loved it. You are the one person who creates what I dream of before I have the dream–if you get what I mean!

  7. Elaina W
    Elaina W says:

    Thanks everyone!!

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