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Creating a design of abstract flowers is a bit of a departure for me, particularly since I designed this during winter snowstorms! What better than bright, cheerful flowers to remind me of spring?

This beautiful bracelet which features two Tahoka Daisies. The Tahoka Daisy is an American wildflower which is sometimes called by the name "prairie aster," although it's not really an aster at all. The flower has blue/purple petals and a yellow center, but I've taken some artistic license and included some pink in my version.

The bracelet is woven using opaque Japanese Delica beads in seven colors: pink and purple for the petals, shades of yellow and orange for the centers, and shaded with gray.

Comfortable enough to wear to work and fun enough to wear out to lunch or dinner, you'll love the way this cuff looks and feels on your wrist no matter where you wear it!

♦ Width: 1-3/8" (35mm)
♦ Length: 6-3/4" (17cm), when clasped
♦ Closure: Beadwoven loop and toggle
♦ Technique: three drop peyote
♦ Materials: Japanese delica beads (size 11), Fireline

♦♦ Custom sizes and colors available upon request.

Packaged in a beautiful gift box, perfect to give as a present to someone special or to yourself!

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Item #3005

Tahoka Daisies ... Peyote Bracelet . Beadwoven Cuff . Flowers . Floral . Purple . Pink . Yellow . Bright . Wildflower . Prairie Aster

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: delicas, fireline
  • Ships worldwide from North Carolina, United States
  • Feedback: 4386 reviews
  • Favorited by: 35 people