Project by Karen Marshall
Sample by Kate Richbourg

A supernatural being of power and strength, the Thunderbird is the stuff of legends. Found in many forms across many American Indian cultures, it has been particularly prominent in the Pacific Northwest. Found in totem poles, cave carvings, beadwork and quillwork, and used as signatures, the Thunderbird as a spirit being is identified with strength and power.

Take a journey with us through all our new Nomad Bracelets, and embrace styles, cultures, and ideas from all over the world that have inspired us. Be sure to also check out our Recipe Page so you can easily create your own!

Additional Learning:
Ingredients list is to the left and easy shopping can be done with the Shop Tab above!

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Concho- Antique Copper
$1.85 USD
Olive Drab Surfer Cord- 1.0mm
$1.95 USD
6-4506- Picasso Olivine Transparent 6/0
$5.00 USD
Big Shadows Silver Plate
$3.25 USD
Squash Blossom- Antique Copper
$1.35 USD
Tiny Tassel- Navy/Silver
$1.65 USD
Thunderbird- Antique Copper
$1.55 USD
Bright Silver Jump Rings - 4mm/21g
$3.95 USD
GS Hypo Cement
$5.35 USD
Project Tray Inserts
$10.25 USD
Deep Dish Project Tray
$19.95 USD
$1.50 USD
Eurotool Ultra Flush Cutters
$37.95 USD
Beadsmith Bent Chain Nose Pliers
$22.95 USD
Beadsmith Chain Nose Pliers
$22.95 USD
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