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This pretty Angelique Bracelet works up in just a couple of hours with superduos, mini duos, 3mm rounds and seed beads.
My beautiful Annabelle’s Lace Bracelet is a really versatile design that you can make as a single row, double row, or even add extra rows to make a wider cuff. You can also substitute other beads for the crystals and pearls if you wish.
First featured in Issue 77 of Bead & Jewellery Magazine, my Diamond Tiles Bracelet tutorial uses the same basic tile base for both bracelets and you can then decide which way to embellish it. A single embellished tile works really well for earrings or a small pendant too.
My Fairy Lights Bracelet tutorial teaches you how to make this beautiful beaded bracelet using crystal teardrops and seed beads.
My Jasmine Bangle tutorial makes a flexible beaded bangle or bracelet with a bit of sparkle. The pretty design is based on the flowers of the Ixora plant – or West Indian Jasmine and can be made with a single row for a dainty bangle, or a double row for a bit more of a statement piece.
The single version was first featured in issue 80 of Bead & Jewellery Magazine in July 2017 and I have also included the double version in this tutorial.
My Let’s Be Friends tutorial will teach you how to make a beaded bracelet reminiscent of the friendship bracelets you used to make as a child. It was originally published in Issue 79 of Bead & Jewellery Magazine.
The Petals & Pearls Bracelet was the first project I had published, in issue 61 of Bead & Jewellery Magazine. This tutorial shows you, using step-by-step photos, how to make the bracelet and also includes a tutorial for a larger component, which would make a lovely pendant, and a chain too. You can use each of the components separately or put them together to create lots of different looks.
This tutorial shows you how to make my beautiful Serena Bracelet using pearls, crystal bicones and seed beads.
My Stormfyre the Dragon Bracelet is made using seed beads, fp crystals and bugle beads.