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« on: May 29, 2014 11:12:36 AM »

This bracelet was inspired by my trip to Fort Worth, TX this spring, where I was fortunate enough to visit the National Cowgirl Museum.  Whatever your background or home, you cannot help but be inspired and empowered when visiting this wonderful museum.  If you ever have the chance, I urge you go to.  Regardless of gender or interests, it is a fantastic place.  So here's my ode to those fearless ladies.  The charms include a steer skull, saddled horse, cowgirl boots, pickup truck, buffalo, rose, guitar, cowgirl hats, cowgirl pinup, pistol, horse, sadlde, spur, bull, rope.  The beads are a a mix of beautiful Czech glass, polished stone, rustic river shell flowers, handmade ceramic and cut crystal beads in shades of petal pink, deep magenta, and saddle brown.


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