Ice Blossom Bracelet


Ice Blossom Bracelet


Ice Blossom Bracelet

The Ice Blossom Bracelet is the perfect accessory for the winter months. Crisp and cool, the interlocking crystals in this bead stitching pattern evoke the look of an ice sculpture. This DIY bracelet is the perfect accessory when chilly weather begins to take hold. You'll have the look and beauty of frosty patterns without any of the discomfort. Wear this elegant piece with a long black dress and furs, and you'll be the belle of the ball.

Project TypeMake a Project

Bead TypeCrystal, Seed

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Bead Technique UsedStitched

Bead Project TypeBracelet


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Jobers From what you are saying strands and inches each it doesn't sound like that would be enough You need two colors of crystals and seed beads I'm not great a math however it's going to depend on the size of the crystals and the amount of crystals for each flower This is a beautiful bracelet and I'd love to try it too But she isn't mentioning the number of crystals or the fact that you use different colors not that you have to I may try it with some colors that I have an abundance of It looks like each flower has crystals Again depending on the size of crystals and the amount of flowers you need for the six of your bracelet you could be talking about a lot of crystals If I make it I will be happy to share the size and amount of crystals and seedRead More seeds used If anyone else does it first or has done it please share too It would be greatly appreciated

Great! Thank you! I will have to order more beads.

I love the close ups of each step, it looks very clear and easy to follow. It's an intermediate pattern so I think I can do this. I just need to know from anyone else who has done this project how many beads will I need? I have 2 strands of crystal beads about 6 inches long, will this be enough? Also in the directions it says to cut a strand of string 100 cm, I did the quick math online and that's 39 inches for anyone not up on their centimeters, like me!

Want to start practicing my beading skills! This seems like a great project to do it!


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