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Simply Adorned Bracelet

January 14, 2012

I really love the options for the Simply Adorned selection in the Summer Mini Catalogue.  I love all the baubles and the charms and I love that the Trinket Keys and Trinket Crowns come with the fittings so that they can be attached to the bracelet and neclace too.

I decided to put all the pieces that I have together today to show you how beautiful they look combined on a bracelet.  I stamped inserts for the 1.6mm Circle Charm and the 1.6 x 1.6cm Square Charm.  I stamped the script image from the Charming stampset onto Whisper White card using Crumb Cake ink.  I stamped the butterfly image from the same stampset over the top using Real Red ink and punched the images out using the 1/2″ Circle Punch.  I made two of these the same so that if the 1.6mm Circle Charm turned as I am wearing the bracelet, you will still see the stamped image.  To make the panels for the Square Charm I stamped the same background image using Crumb Cake ink and then over stamped with the flower image which I inked using my Real Red and Olive Green Stampin’ Write Markers.  Then I cut the images to size and inserted them into the Square Charm.  On my Bracelet I have the two charms already mentioned and one Trinket Key.  I also have one each of all the baubles that are available for purchase – Black crystal, Clear Crystal, Pink Crystal and Vanilla Pearl.

The little charms are magnet and snap shut really tightly once you have inserted your images.  I actually placed the foam piece that comes with the charms inside as well to keep the images firmly in place.

I love the way this bracelet has turned out and to make the outfit complete I made a new insert for my necklace.   I followed the same procedure that I used to create the panels for the 1.6 x 1.6cm Square Charm to make the insert for the 2.5 x 3.2cm Charm.  I am going to wear both of these pieces when I go out tonight to celebrate my daughter’s birthday.  You will have to wait till later to see her card.

Bye for now, Kris.

One Comment leave one →
  1. January 16, 2012 1:13 pm

    Stunning. I am sure you will get a heap of comments on your jewellery


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