Featured Artist: Cindy Holsclaw

Work alongside September's Artist of the Month Cindy Holsclaw and learn how to make a stunning flower bracelet and earring set.
SKU: S9313-EP13047-BUNDLE

Learn to make delicate beaded flower charms then turn them into a stunning bracelet and matching earrings with September's Artist of the Month Cindy Holsclaw!

Using dragonscale, seed, bugle, and half Tila beads, Cindy will guide you through her process of creating delicate flower charms using a variation of prismatic right-angle weave. Plus, you'll get the materials you need to make these stunning designs to create alongside Cindy.

With only 50 units available, these are guaranteed to sell out! Order yours while supply last!

Learn more about the items included in this kit:

Dainty Prismatic Right-Angle Weave Flower Charms
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By Cindy Holsclaw

Join bead artist Cindy Holsclaw as she teaches how to create delightful flower charms using a variation on Prismatic Right-Angle Weave (PRAW). Once you've learned how to create the basic flower charm, learn how to turn them into a pair of quick earrings or a petite bracelet. Vary the number of sides in the charm, or the types of beads for even more possibilities!

Flower Charms Materials Kit

The bead kit includes:

  • Size 15° Japanese seed beads in matte metallic patina, bright silver, gold, PF lavender, Duracoat sea green, Duracoat dark teal, PF light green, and PF peach
  • 3 mm matte metallic patina Japanese bugle beads
  • Matte metallic patina Miyuki half Tila beads
  • Crystal golden rainbow dragonscale beads
  • 2 tanzanite 10 mm pear-shaped Swarovski crystals
  • 1 sterling silver 6mm magnet clasp
  • 1 pair sterling silver ear wires
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