Whether you make a bracelet or a necklace, the "big bling" will certainly capture attention! The Rose Montees give a wonderful reflection to the piece. You can add as many Rose Montees as you want, over 1-3 rows of the work, which gives you complete control over the "blinginess" of the piece. I tend to like lots of bling and add lots of Rose Montees, but that's just me!
You can also cover one of the rows with the decoration from the "Magic Carpet" tutorial to make the piece more suitable for daily wear.
As in picture three, you can also add an interesting larger bead to the work to give it an unusual look. This works well for necklaces, less well for bracelets.
The tutorial shows step-by-step how to make this item, but it is intended for people who have some idea of how RAW works. You may find that there are too few details for a beginner to follow. But if you buy it and have trouble, you can contact me for help. :-)
You will need 3 and 4mm firepolish beads, rose montees, 15/0 seed beads as well as either 11/0 or 8/0 seed beads for the stitch-in-the-ditch.
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