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What a beautiful, festive bracelet! Cute for everyday and perfect for parties and dinners you might be attending during the holidays.

This button bracelet measures around 8" and is made up of 3 different kinds of cranberry \/ burgundy buttons and 2 different kinds of white buttons. In the middle is a vintage deep red (with darker swirls\/stripes) medium sized button and along each side are: white buttons (with a ridge on one side), lighter cranberry buttons, 2 white buttons (rounded on both sides), and finished with clear dark burgundy buttons. The dangle is near the clasp (purchased at Etsy shop ArtfulMartket) and is composed of: a round plastic white bead; various seed beads (red and clear glass, white and pearly plastic); and larger glass seed beads, red and clear, with a silver round metal bead in the middle.

Note that the bracelets can be resized if necessary - just specify the size you need in the note to seller, or send me a message and I can custom make one just for you! The dangle can also be removed if you wish, but I like these because they keep the clasp at the bottom of the wrist (and are really pretty). Each jump ring is handmade and will be soldered shut after size adjustments. However, accidents do happen, and I am willing to make reasonable repairs for free. Feel free to message me with any questions; I can always be reached at ulixis.crafts [!at]

Cranberries in the Snow BUTTON BRACELET


  • Materials: buttons, vintage, wire, beads, clasp
  • Ships worldwide from Canada
  • Feedback: 240 reviews
  • Listed on Nov 28, 2007