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Turquoise and Coral Criss Cross Bracelet

Updated 5/21/20

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Turquoise and Coral Criss Cross Bracelet
Turquoise and Coral Criss Cross Bracelet
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Get ready for a totally twisted and cool wire bracelet. The Turquoise and Coral Criss Cross Bracelet is a fun and unique DIY bracelet design. Tiny turquoise and coral beads strung on wire float together seamlessly to create a stunning colorful homemade bracelet. There are many wire jewelry making tutorials, but this is a special project that uses bold colored beads to complement the chic metallic hue of the wire. Light weight and fresh, this is the perfect wire jewelry tutorial for the summer season.


Project TypeMake a Project

Bead TypeMiscellaneous

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Bead Technique UsedStrung

Bead Project TypeBracelet

easy


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Very different. I love turquoise and it use to be my birthstone until they revised them. I am not crazy about coral. Maybe because I live in Florida and see so much of it. I may make this but switch out the coral for some other gemstone. Onyx or white turquoise. Either way it will look great because the idea and design are just beautiful.

Bright colourful and fun to make and wear - or give as a gift - turquoise is a strong healing stone and a strong stone to use in jewellery, the coral is a striking contrast and, again, we have a fun and easy project described as being quick to do - can be completed in an evening while I like the complicated projects I find and those I devise, I truly enjoy those that are quick to complete

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