Hello guys! Customers’ beadwork show again! Recently, we’ve shared you many of our customers’ beadworks, but why this time is special? Wanna know the difference? Well, let’s see the beadworks first, and I’ll tell you the difference later. LOL~
Amethyst crystal pendant necklaces & Drusy crystal gold pendant necklace
Designer: Natalie Shaw from Doodlecraft Blog
Main materials: amethyst pendants, silver chains, barrel clasps and jump rings; drusy crystal pendant, gold chain, lobster clasps and jump rings.
It’s pretty easy to make those cute pendant necklaces, all you need is to gather the materials and link them together. What I want to say is those pendants are sooo beautiful!
Multi strand beaded chain necklace
Designer: Rachel Nielsen from Adventure of a DIY Mom
Main materials: beaded chain, chain, lobster clasp, and jump rings
This necklace is very simple in design, but it’s pretty indeed. If you wanna make one, just pay attention to the combination of bead links and chains.
Beaded wrap bracelet
Designer: Yin from Pretty Quirky Pants
Main materials: pearls, bronze spacers, skull bead, waxed cord, and tiger tail
Wrapped bracelets always function as friendship bracelets, this cool pearl bead wrap bracelet could be a great gift for your BFF.
Cluster drop necklace
Designer: Julie from Sum of Their Stories
Main materials: red drop acrylic beads, chain, jump rings, and lobster clasp
It’s gorgeous! I love the arrangement of those shiny drop beads!
Prehnite necklace and bracelet
Designer: Mei Tan from Wire Bliss Design
Main materials: natural prehnite nuggets, box link stainless steel chain, and lobster claw clasp
I love the color of those prehnite nuggets, they remind me of spring lake water, clean and fresh.
Okay, today’s customers’ beadwork show is over, do you like their designs? And if you still remember, now I’m gonna answer the question we’ve mentioned at the very beginning. The difference is between the materials. What we’ve showed you before are beadworks provided by our customers who brought our products and submitted their works to our website. But the works I list here are made with free pandahall products!
If you read this post carefully, you’ll find there are blogs after the designers’ names. Yes, currently we are looking for jewelry making bloggers to try our free samples, if you are a jewelry/craft maker or bead lover, don’t miss this chance! More details please contact us at [email protected].