This charm bracelet blog showcases my own summer bangles featuring The Palace of Amber Flamboyant Sakura and the Redbalifrog Green Goddess.
Despite how often I make bracelets and bangles for editorials or social media, I actually tend to keep my own combinations together for sometimes months on end. I’ll spend quite a long time hunting down the perfect beads for it and then it will stay that way for usually a season. I then keep the comprising beads together so I can always put the combination back quickly.
I currently have two sets of bangles of my “own”. One features the new Trollbeads Summer 2019 collection and I showcased those last week. The second set use The Palace of Amber Flamboyant Sakuras and the Redbalifrog Green Goddess. These were made as soon as the Flamboyant Sakuras arrived with us and I still love them now.
By now everyone will know that The Palace of Amber Flamboyant Sakura was our exclusive event bead at Great Lakes Boutique for Bead Bash on the Lake Spring 2019. In the end there were around five hundred and thirty (530) made and I adore it. It uses the sakura agate gemstone and then specially designed decorative silver endcaps. The sakura agate does vary from creamy shades through to peaches but most commonly pinks. It’s characterised by petal style details that can be either very prominent or quite sparse.
I made two bangles, one featuring green examples and the second pink. The green features the amazing Redbalifrog Green Goddess as it’s focal (available here) and then two of the limited edition Ohm Beads Green Tambourine (here.) It’s stacked with a Scout Curated Wears Amazonite Stone Bracelet (here) as I always tend to pick out coordinating Scout.
The second uses my pink Flamboyant Sakuras with some Trollbeads gold and the limited edition Peach Diamond from China. This one is stacked with the Scout Curated Wears Moonstone Bracelet (here.)
Finally here are the two bangles combined.
The Palace of Amber Flamboyant Sakura
These beads are so pretty and the decorative core complements the Green Goddess beautifully. For reference the remaining beads will be removed from the website for regrouping this week as it becomes incredibly frustrating for customers when there are multiple rods with just one bead remaining.
For those who enjoy the bracelet inspiration, I published another editorial over at Great Lakes Boutique last night with my latest version of a thunderstorm inspired combination.
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About the author
Victoria is a self-confessed fashion and jewellery fanatic with a passion for writing, photography and horses. I wile away my time enthusing about brands such as Trollbeads, Pandora and Redbalifrog while dabbling with fiction writing.