Mar 26, 2017

The Hibiscus Collection

Janice has been at it again, delving into the world of color inspired by nature and coming up with more wonderful wrap bracelet designs. The Hibiscus Collection is ready for you to enjoy and add to your spring wardrobe.

Red Hibiscus ~ Project by Brittany Ketcham-Roney ~ Sample by Staff
For red lovers, there's Red Hibiscus. The CzechMates Tiles used in this wrap design include colors of watermelon, cranberry, rose, and metallic gold. A complete list of ingredients, project map, instructional links, and a free PDF download are all provided for you on the beadshop site. The toggle at the end of this pretty and feminine design is, of course, an Apple Blossom Brass Button
Green Hibiscus ~ Project by Brittany Ketcham-Roney ~ Sample by Staff
The Green Hibiscus also has a flower toggle. This time, it's a Giant Sunflower made of antiqued brass. Colors of CzechMates Tiles and seed beads are a mix of beige, flax, olivine, pale turquoise, and chartreuse. Green Tuff Cord is used to attach the beads to the Grass Green Greek Leather
Blue Hibiscus ~ Project by Brittany Ketcham-Roney ~ Sample by Staff
Blue is a color that everyone looks good in, so you can't go wrong if you select the Blue Hibiscus sample to craft. Turquoise, Capri blue, teal, denim, sea foam, and marina are some of the hues of blues combined in this wrap bracelet that closes with a cute copper colored dragonfly button.  
Purple Hibiscus ~ Project by Brittany Ketcham-Roney ~ Sample by Staff
Finally, this collection includes Purple Hibiscus. Along with various shades of purple, the beads and components in this jewelry piece include other colors that correlate perfectly with purple such as Matte Iris Green CzechMates Tiles and Matte Opaque Mauve AB 8/0 seed beads. The toggle is also a button, called the Garden Hero

While there is a free project handout for this design, to make sure you are a master of Mosaic wrapping, we suggest some additional resources:

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