Mar 8, 2012

DIY Gold Clover Bracelets

I woke up to 10 cm of fresh snow (and a raving sinus cold)… To give you some perspective that is more than the amount Rome has gotten in the last 26 YEARS* (a mere 3h plane ride away)! 
For my mental health it was important to 1. Stay in bed a bit longer 2. Remember that in a month me and two of my great friends are going to Paris for a long spring weekend! (YAY)!

 Some intense research online show that I def need to add the fabric stores around Montmartre a visit, the bead store district (which is also the sex store areas… I guess only in Paris) in Les Halles, as well as the “ Les Puces de St-Ouen” flea market bead booth. And once again I have a spring in my step. 
Thank God for the internet (and let’s not forget cheap plane tickets!)
 If anyone have must do’s in Paris feel free to share!

The Amazing Alicia from Dismount Creative did another take on the Hair elastic / bracelet  we did the other day, it looks great so check it out here

Today is another Arm Candy Day (I never get sick of them) so follow the beadathlon and get started!


 


I am hoping to wake up with less snot on my face then what I did yesterday (Sorry for sharing), so this is sleepy time for me lovelies! Ta ta! (ohh, and do share Pairs To-Do's)

14 comments:

  1. Awesome DIY and adorable gold bracelet!

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  2. Hi,
    Since you are coming soon to Paris I thought you might enjoy a couple of my absolute favorite addresses for fabrics shopping & more:
    - SACRES COUPONS (fabric) - 4bis rue d'Orsel, 75018 Paris. This is my absolute favorite fabric store on earth. They basically sell remnants from designers (Yves Saint Laurent, Hermes, Vuitton etc...). The pieces are 3 meters long, but you can ask for 1/2 of the remnant. Prices are reasonable & the fabrics are fabulous. They have a storer next to it that sell knits & leather.
    Around that area (at the bottom of the Sacré Coeur) there are loads of fabric store so explore & enjoy.
    - LA DROGUERIE (beads, ribbons, Yarns): 9 rue Jour, 75001 Paris. That is near Les Halles, but not as seedy as you may have seen in your internet searches. Imagine dying & arriving in heaven for a crafty girl. A bit pricey but the store is so pretty & their items gorgeous. Queue up at one of the counters & wait a little (avoid saturday!). It's wonderful!
    - Here is a link to a few more addresses: http://madebygenevieve.blogspot.com/p/addresses-adresses.html
    Leave me a note on the blog if you need some other tips.
    Enjoy!
    Geneviève

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  3. omg! that's what i was looking for! thankssss for the idea sweet :)
    kisses

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  4. omg fab DIY - I have been lusting after a similar bracelet forever! I so have to copy this!

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  5. This is awesome!
    Feel better soon!
    xx
    Justyn
    thoughtsbyapetitebrunette.com

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  6. Haha I've been battling a runny/stuffy/disgusting nose all week too. The bracelet turned out great though : )

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  7. love love love that bracelet. it looks so nice, i would definitely pay for it.

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  8. Il est bon de retrouver vos oeuvres après plus de 6 semaines d'absence... Je rentre tout juste des Philippines...
    Gros bisous

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  9. Just found you via "The Beading Gem". Thanks so much for a great tutorial and IDEA and definately will be trying it. I guess by now you have enjoyed that Paris trip:-)

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  10. Wow! Just found you on pinterest and I am hooked. Can you provide a link to where you get the materials from?

    Thank you for sharing!!!!!

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  11. Wow!!!Just found you on pinterest and I am hooked. do you mind providing a link to where you get the materials. Thank you for sharing your DIY's with us!!!!!!

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