Lavish Purple Royalty Beaded Bracelet
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Lavish Purple Royalty Beaded Bracelet

Lavish Purple Royalty Beaded Bracelet
Lavish Purple Royalty Beaded Bracelet
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Add a touch of regal style to your homemade jewelry collection with this Lavish Purple Royalty Beaded Bracelet. This gorgeous DIY bracelet is fit for a queen. Tiny purple and golden hued beads are woven together to create a stunning DIY jewelry design. This berry colored homemade bracelet is just the accessory you need to elevate your outfit and make you feel like royalty. Jewelry making tutorials that result in such an eye-catching and precious piece are hard to come by, so be sure to check out this regal DIY bracelet project.


Project TypeMake a Project

Bead TypeMiscellaneous, Seed

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Bead Technique UsedStitched

Bead Project TypeBracelet

Difficulty LevelIntermediate


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Now you are talking. It's my favorite color, purple . It's a very easy pattern to follow, I have what I need so it won't cost me much. And finally, to me, it looks almost Egyptian in design. Like a design found on the walls inside a pyramid. I just have to make this for me. The finally pro to this is it is not some thin little thing. It's big and bold and will garner attention. Thank you so much.

Instructions easy to follow, great project for beginner. Comfortable to wear. Shown being worn by a very small boned person. (5.25 wrist)

The tutorial was so easy to follow even for a beginner like myself. I had so much fun making it, I ended up buying tutorials using tile beads.

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