Thursday, 26 June 2014

Simply stunning

 Sometimes all you need is the simplest of strands to show off a summer glow...

White seed beads are the perfect background for a mix of glass and Swarovski crystals; choose your favourite combination or why not go for a random mix of colour which is guaranteed to go with everything!

Available with charms or without, and bracelets come in a single or double strand...
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Thursday, 19 June 2014

Pink to make the boys wink

The great thing about pink is the huge range of shades; no matter whether you are into pastels or purples or prefer your pink a little hotter, there are so many beads to choose from.
Here, the antique silver spacers stop the beautiful pale pink faceted beads from being 'too pretty' and the natural barrel beads are perfect for a summers day...
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p.s. the lavender smells nice too!

Friday, 13 June 2014

Feeling chipper!

I love these acrylic chips for all their many wonderful colours and textures. What a great way to add a new colour or jazz up the outfit!
Available multi coloured with or without a silver charm...
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Thursday, 5 June 2014

The stretchy bracelets are gone!! Always popular in the summer, this style creates a 'stacked effect' in one easy go and has plenty of colour and texture to wear with lots of different outfits. But, somehow, I have been caught out by demand so guess what I will be making in the sunshine over the next few days!!
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p.s. if you are fortunate enough to be planning on some beach or pool time, these bracelets pull straight off (no clasps) so no time delay on jumping into the water!

Tuesday, 3 June 2014

Tagua bracelets are also very popular, and there are lots of weird and wonderful coordinating beads to use! They look gorgeous with silver but equally, with so many 'safari' colours available, look great with a little gold.
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Feeling a little bit nutty?!

Tagua beads are slices of nut that are then dyed an amazing range of colours. Each slice is only 3 or 4 mm thick which means the finished jewellery is super light and the colours still allow the natural textures & shades to show through.
I first spotted these beads at London Fashion Show and the necklaces were selling for a small fortune! However, the colours and shapes make the jewellery so unusual, they are worth every penny and are a very popular range in the boutique...
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Earrings to come

Earrings to come
Big & Dangly