Added May 26, 2010
by Ralf Schmitz
With fresh and bride colors i made this collier of rocailles (small seed pearls) in different surfaces (matt, glossy, transparent and opac). the technique is quite simple, once you have done a few of these flowers, and as the 3 rows of the collier have more than 200 of them, by the end of the work, you are and expert in flowerpowerbeading.
As the collier was not so difficult, i made a really tricky closure and have been very happy with the result. This necklace got sold very fast, but i would do it anytime again
different colored rocailles, nylonthread, swarowsky crystals for the closure
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