Henhousebeads Air Element Inspiration

This charm bracelet blog brings a little inspiration for the Henhousebeads Air Element.

Though it mostly doesn’t feel like it, spring is mere weeks away now. The Henhousebeads Winter 2019 collection launched back in December with two new designs. One was Air Element which was the first of a new frost finish too. It was an apt design for the winter season as the bead looks so icy. For me it’s also been proving another perfect pre-spring design. You can shop live images via the link below:-

Henhousebeads Air

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Henhousebeads Air Element

When the Trollbeads Spring 2019 collection launched back in January, it brought with it some beautiful new greens. As much as I love them, they felt just a little premature. This week I’ve been wearing the new Trollbeads Flowers of Hope with the Air Element. The result is a frost, pre-spring combination, evocative of early freezing cold mornings.

Notable silver beads included the Redbalifrog Sweet Pea Flowers (available here) and Calla Lily (available here.) I’ve always like the shape of these two designs and wear them frequently on bangles flanking one focal glass or stone. I’ve used the Trollbeads Sneaky Fox Spacer (available here) and The Palace of Amber Hibiscus Stopper (available here) as beads as they’re both designs I really enjoy and feel right as the world begins to awaken again for the new season.

Henhousebeads Air Element

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Henhousebeads Air Element

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Henhousebeads Air Element Summary

Air Element is obviously a consistent design though there’s a little variation in the size. It’s proven incredibly useful for me since it’s launch and I really hope that we see more colours in the future as it’s a nice finish to style. I’ve had numerous readers wanting to see Henhousebeads glass used alongside Trollbeads to allow them to get a feel for how the two could work together and hopefully this helps. It’s worth noting that my Trollbeads glass here are definitely petite as I do tend to choose those beads where possible as I find they work better for bangles in general.

As always I love to hear from my readers. What are your thoughts on the Henhousebeads Air Element and did you indulge in this design? Hit the comments and let me know!

Bead Index

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  • 1 – Henhousebeads Air Element (Available here)
  • 2 – Retired Ohm Beads Hope
  • 3 – Trollbeads Drops of Green (Available here)
  • 4 – Redbalifrog Sweet Pea Flowers (Available here)
  • 5 – Henhousebeads Air Element
  • 6 – The Palace of Amber Cloud & Sea (Available here)
  • 7 – Trollbeads Flowers of Hope (Available here)
  • 8 – Trollbeads Sneaky Fox Spacer (Available here)
  • 9 – Henhousebeads Air Element
  • 10 – The Palace of Amber Hibiscus Stopper (Available here)
  • 11 – Trollbeads Flowers of Hope
  • 12 – Trollbeads Dancing Butterfly (Available here)
  • 13 – Henhousebeads Air Element
  • 14 – Redbalifrog Cala Lily (Available here)
  • 15 – Trollbeads Emerald (Available here)
  • 16 – Trollbeads Savoy Knot Lock (Available here)
Comments
  1. MaLa SaHan

    very pleasant composition

    • endangeredtrolls

      Thank you 🙂

  2. Marie

    Love to see your inspiration bracelet combinations! Regarding your glass choices here, the Henhouse Air Element and Trollbeads look nice together (really love the size variation between the brands and the interest that brings), but I am particularly fond of the little white Flowers of Hope with them. Hopefully, all of us in the snow-covered areas of this world soon have flowers coming up!

    • endangeredtrolls

      A lot of my readers are Trollbeads collectors so usually the first question asked is “but how do they look with Trollbeads?” 😉

      Flowers of Hope is beautiful. I’m not generally a green fan but these sit more to the teals and they’re so beautifully executed. It’s just too early for me to think spring so Air Element helps a lot 😀

  3. Mary

    I love it with the Calla Lily and emerald. Perfect trio.

    • endangeredtrolls

      The Calla Lily is classic Redbalifrog for me 🙂

  4. Kim

    What a beautiful bracelet! The fresh greens and the frosted whites look amazing together. We’re still a long way from spring where I live, but we’ve reached the point where I am just sick of winter. So it’s nice to see this reminder that spring is around the corner.

    • endangeredtrolls

      You’re not that far! Once it begins it comes quite quickly 😉 This bracelet is actually on my wrist which is quite a surprise as I so rarely wear a full bracelet anymore.

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