Rose Quartz is not only pretty, it has been a favorite stone for decades to message romance. When married with copper beads, it recalls an earlier time when the lowering of an eyelid, the upturn of the mouth was a signal you might send your beau in a garden...Of course, you were chaperoned! Whether you make a 2-wrap or continue laddering a longer length, once you create the stacking pattern, it’s easy.
Please Note: In this updated sample, we left off the second button loop. We also added the charms on the button-side at the beginning so they would cluster closer to the button.
Here’s how it works:
View the Project Map below to get an overview of the design.
Click on the “Download PDF” button to see Step-by-Step instructions.
Review the Ingredients List to see quantities you need for the project. Usually you just need 1 of each, but sometimes it calls for more.
Open the SHOP tab above and purchase the ingredients. Also open the TOOLS tab to check if you need studio supplies. Enjoy!