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Crystal Tennis Bracelet

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Author Beadles Originals Beads, Inc.
Price $4.00
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by Walerius, Carol Ann
on May 20th, 2012

“Great instructions”

Yes, this bracelet really looks like an honest to goodness fine jewelry store tennis bracelet. WIth the swarvoski crystals sparkling on top and the metal base it looks every bit as elegant and polished as it's more expensive cousins but with a couple of hours and a handful of materials any beginning beader can make this project.

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100-110 3mm beads (can be silver, gold, glass, etc.)
33 – 35 4mm Swarvoski crystals (Again, substitute beads work great, Chinese crystal, stone, etc.)
1 ½ yards 6lb Fireline
2 grams cylinder beads (i.e. delicas or aikos) or size 15/0 seed beads
Clasp
Size 10 beading needle

by Walerius, Carol Ann
on May 20th, 2012

Great instructions

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