Henhousebeads Scrambled Eggs Listing

This charm bracelet blog alerts readers to a new listing of Henhousebeads Scrambled Eggs with never before seen designs.

A few moments ago a new batch of Henhousebeads Scrambled Eggs went live at Great Lakes Boutique. For those new to the brand, Scrambled Eggs are similar to Trollbeads Uniques. Some of them are test beads to try a new colour or design.

Today’s listing consists of a new matte black bead, though some of them have a hint of other colours. This has proven quite problematic to capture on camera as it shows in certain light conditions only. It almost has a dark inky feel to it. Rods seven and eight are matte black beads, as pictured below.

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Rods nine and ten have a very dark green hint to them. It’s a deep emerald or hunter green.

Henhousebeads Scrambled Eggs

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Rods eleven and twelve have a very dark gothic purple hint.

Henhousebeads Scrambled Eggs

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Rods thirteen and fourteen are the variations on the now retired Aspen and these are the Scrambled Eggs used to make the bracelet that featured here yesterday.

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Rods fifteen and sixteen were test beads for the new Aspen colour. Ultimately a darker shade was selected so these are very special!

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Finally rod seventeen was a test for a new shade of blue but it was deemed too close to Toulouse. It sits somewhere between Brittany and Toulouse and is a semi transparent bead.

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Happy shopping!

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