Cherry Blossom Festival Beaded Bracelet Tutorial

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Hey beautiful! In today’s video, I will show you how to bead the Cherry Blossom Festival Bracelet with contents of the box I curated in partnership with BeadingSchool (Cherry Blossom Festival Bead Box). Please see below for the full list of materials, if you’d like to pick them up separately:

Materials List (approx. 7.25" Bracelet):

✔ 5 – 8mm Crystal Rivoli Stones 

✔ 60 – Mini Dagger Beads 

✔ 46 – Miyuki Half Tila Beads 

✔ 4g – 11/0 Delica Beads 

✔ 2g – 15/0 Round Seed Beads (galvanized magenta)

6lb. Fireline Beading Thread 

Beading Needle, size 11 

✔ 2 – Jump Rings

✔ 1 – Clasp

Cherry Blossom Festival Bead Box - Orchid and Opal X BeadingSchool

Tip 1: Each blossom is made individually, first. So, how about turning this design into a pendant for a necklace, or a pair of earrings? These beaded components can be turned into more than just the bracelet, as shown!

Cherry Blossom Festival Unboxing:

While you’re here, check out the unboxing of the Cherry Blossom Festival Box:

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Contents of Cherry Blossom Festival:

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