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1  3 New Bracelets & A Necklace in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by girlieface on: December 15, 2004 02:16:12 PM
My roommate got me a bunch of beads for an early Christmas present, and so I thought I'd share with you some of the creations I've made from them so far...


This is the "Pink Princess" Bracelet.  Girlie, pink, and shiny - Yay Smiley


This is the "Rainbow Faerie" Necklace.  I used pretty much every kind of bead my friend game me in this one, and though it's kind of gaudy, I like it Smiley


This is a bit of a departure from the kind of bracelets I usually make - the "Ocean Storm" Bracelet.  Lots of different blue beads, including these hippy-like, blue & white swirly ones...


This is the "Mermaid Maiden" Bracelet.  Doesn't it look like something a girlie lil' mermaid would wear?  I really like it Smiley

What do you guys think?  I'm thinking about selling these on the new site I'm trying to start up, which will feature crafts inspired by faeries and fantasy; hence the names and such Smiley  I also plan on including little quotes and poems and stories and such along with each product that relate to it, at least on the web site...
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