Today a starter bracelet goes on sale in Canada, the USA and Australia and it’s a good deal if you don’t already have the pieces. At $120 USD it might also make a nice gift for someone. Today I’ve compiled a few pictures of bracelets at the beach. This beach is at Port Stanley, which is on Lake Erie and luckily it only takes me 40 minutes to drive there. Here is the Guiding Dolphins Bracelet. It consists of a Light Blue Braid Bead, a Lime Prism Bead, a Dolphins Bead, the foxtail chain and a Dolphin Lock.
Keeping with this colour scheme, I made a big bracelet which looked fabulous in the sun.
I’m not going to list all the beads in these bracelets but just ask if there’s one you want to know the name of and I’ll look it up. The Trollbeads website also has a good search feature where you can search beads by colour, which is what I have to do all the time. 😀
This simple bangle of Grey Moonstones and Labradorites blends in nicely with the pile of rocks and sticks my husband made in order to make a teeny house. He does not like going to the beach very much but he does enjoy playing in the sand! 😀
Having said that, he always does his looking casual pose for me once a year.
I loved this pink and green bracelet!
Check out this Sea Anemone glass bead in the sun. I don’t seem to tire of these beautiful colours.
Here are all the Sea Anemones on one bracelet. This bracelet is a bit unusual in that there aren’t any silver beads.
Here is the same bracelet but in the sun. I love how beads (especially glass) look so different depending upon the light.
For this bracelet I used beads from the Desert Sun Kit plus added in some Pink Striped Agate Beads.
I quite like this colour combo and the repetition of the Ripples silver beads.
That’s all the beach scenes for today! Let me know what you’ve been wearing this summer! I’ve actually been kind of wearing the same thing over and over again, so need to get back into making up different bracelets. It’s been hot and humid the past couple of days here and just one bead on a bangle or bracelet seems to be enough. Keep cool if you are in one of the heat wave zones!
Disclosure: For this blog post I may receive some items as promotional samples from TrollbeadsUSA.
I enjoy your Port Stanley photos so much! The beach bracelet is gorgeous, the colours are so striking. I’ve been trying to think of a good graduation gift for my niece, and this is it! She is a lifeguard and water polo player, and she will love this. Hope you are well, Martha!
Hi Lydia! Wow, this will make a lovely gift for your niece, what a great idea! Hope you are having a nice summer.
Hi Martha! Your photos are excellent as always. (Your husband is a good sport to support bead science.) I hope that you find your round stone on the beach on day!
Thanks April! I’m afraid that bead is long gone, but that would be amazing to be able to find it. 💕
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