Rasta Open Bangle Bracelet

This is what I do with leftovers! I had a bit of memory wire left – not enough to make a spiral bracelet with but too much to throw out without wincing a bit. The solution – break out the mixed seed beads and see what I could whip up in a flash.

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Dreamtime Spiral Bracelet

The three large focal beads on this spiral bracelet remind me of Australian aboriginal pointillism. Hence the name of the bracelet.

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Earthy Cubic Spiral Bracelet

Natural tones don’t have to be dull. Here, they get a little boost from sparkly goldstone cube beads.

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Blue Ice Spiral Bracelet

On the one hand, this is something of a wintry bracelet. The aqua blue Lampwork beads and turquoise Czech glass seed beads could represent frozen water (think “glacier”) and the genuine shell pieces could represent snow.

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Multicolored Fall Leaves Fringed Bracelet

What with the somewhat monochromatic palette I used on the previous three bracelets (all brown, all red, all green), I decided this bracelet needed to have elements of all the colors associated with Fall. And wouldn’t you know, it sold shortly after I finished it.

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Evergreen Leaves Fringed Bracelet

Evergreens are my favorite trees, year-round, no matter where I am. I’ve been pulled to the northern woods and all things therein since I was very small.

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Red Fall Leaves Fringed Bracelet

Did I mention I love Fall? I know I did, somewhere. No season makes me happier (though Winter does come in a close second).

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Brown Fall Leaves Fringed Bracelet

Ever since I first experimented with bead fringe on the Salsa Bracelet I wanted to make more jewelry using the same technique. I love the results of all that extra thread and beads.

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Captive Cobalt and Copper Bracelet

A length of wire, a pair of pliers, and a little bit of creativity. This bracelet combines my favorite metal (copper) and my favorite color (dark blue).

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Freakishly Orange Charm Bracelet

Well, what do you know…after I finished making the Freakishly Orange Charm Necklace, I still had a substantial amount of mismatched orange beads left over. What to do?

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