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About this design:

This bracelet was designed for my 10 years old niece Andreya, she wanted blue and green colors so this is what I came up with, I called it womanly because it’s the meaning of the name Andreya!


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    Brenda H says:

    Wonderful combination of colors. So fresh and young!

  2. Green Eyed Lady Chick
    Green Eyed Lady Chick says:

    Betty this is lovely, beautiful colors and perfect for a young lady!!! She will love it! :)

  3. sunny chick
    sunny chick says:

    Wow! This is gorgeous! Andreia is going to love it! :)

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    Copper Penny says:

    Very pretty, I love the mix of colors and what a beautiful name your niece has.

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    Orchid Betty says:

    Thanks Brenda, Beth, Martha and Penny for your nice comments!

  6. karen blasdel
    karen blasdel says:

    Betty, I don’t know how I missed your design. It is so pretty, the color combo is beautiful and I love the charms you used to accompany them, your niece will love it for sure!!

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    Orchid Betty says:

    Thank you Karen for your comment!

  8. Lynn g
    Lynn g says:

    Betty this is so nice, the colors so soft!!! Hey what kinda of plant is that? It almost looks like a Hoya one of my favorite plants!!

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    Orchid Betty says:

    Thanks Lynn g!
    The name of the plant is Stephanotis an evergreen vine that produces a fragrant white cluster of flowers. It is also known as the Madagascar Jasmine or the Bridal Veil.

  10. Lynn g
    Lynn g says:

    Thanks It was hard to tell for sure…..

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