These are beautiful, and very wearable. I love the middle bracelet the best I think.
Think pink one looks like it would be perfect for prom!
Those are lovely!
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So cool! The beads on the second two make it look like snakeskin. Ssssssss!
I'm so addicted to Tila beads (I guess you call them super duos?)...i just bought a tube full of beautiful cobalt beads last weekend. can't wait to make something with them.
Thanks everyone for the comments... just a little excited about posting a picture of something I did finally! Guess I thought I couldn't, so I hadn't tried.
Noel, the SuperDuos are the turquoise and oatmeal colored beads. The Tila's are the black and gold squares on each bracelet. I love them both!!
ahh...okay, got it! thanks!!
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Hey Caroline, not sure I can explain anything about the beads other than they are both two-hole beads. The Tila's are flat and square and the SuperDuo (similar to the Twin bead) is kind of a oval shape. I guess you could Google both of them and find a good explanation and description of the two beads. I know I really like working with both kinds of beads.
well, i had to try this out myself...LOL...hopefully it will look as nice as yours. :)
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These are great! The two do look like a snakeskin -- love how the beads mesh together. Thanks for sharing!
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Thanks again everyone for the nice compliments!
Wanting, they are made from a pattern using Super Duo beads and delica beads, fairly easy.
Oh these are fabulous! I love love love the one in the center! The Tilas you used with that one really sets it off well! The first one at the top in pink is also very nice. A really nice delicate look. My daughter would love that in a teal/turquoise blue...
I have to look for this one...