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Handcrafted Bracelets....Something to Cherish - Articles Surfing
Handcrafted bracelets are a piece of jewelry that is something to cherish--and when I say handcrafted--I mean-strung, woven, or wired BY HAND. Sure you can be at Wal-Mart or the latest hip store that might be selling some beaded jewelry in the jewelry section--but most of that has been factory made--in a line of assembly.
A handcrafted bracelet is when an artisan personally picks out the beads and colors him/herself. And then decides on a design, stringing material, and what kind of impression this piece of jewelry should make. There really is alot that goes into the thought process.
I can tell you that I personally create all of my bracelets.... I take a whole evening, or even days to create a special piece. In my jewelry box--you can expect to see that not one design is exactly the same. I get so many compliments on my work that they ask me--where did you buy that?.... (of course the ones who know me well know that I have made it myself, and compliment me on my artwork)--but for those who don't know me, they will just sigh in amazement that it seems almost impossible to create..
So when I say a handcrafted bracelet is something to cherish--I truly mean it. There is so much work from the heart that goes into it-thats why its so hard for a true jewelry artisan to part with his/her jewelry--It becomes a part of us.
--The next time you receive a handcrafted bracelet or any other piece of jewelry--take it as a compliment. It means that you are special to that person and they wanted to find something original and unique to give you...
A handcrafted bracelet is....something to cherish.
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