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Based on Chan Luu Inspired Turquoise Wrap Bracelet by Ruby Mines
I couldn't get the link for the Ruby Mines bracelet to work
BUT....I found a really good tutorial here:

http://www.etsy.com/shop/themerchantprincess

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Kimberlee E.
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Rachael B.
Rachael B. · 1 project
Thanks everyone...like I said...I could not get the Ruby Mines link to work, so...here's the shop address where I got my tutorial and it was great, very detailed and the lady will help you even AFTER you buy it, so I think it's a really good one. Check it out here:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/themerchantprincess
oh ya, i almost forgot, i got my button clasp on her OTHER shop site where she sells vintage buttons here:
www.etsy.com/shop/hautebutton
have fun and thanks for all the nice comments!
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aljamie
aljamie
Great bracelet!!
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Rachael B.
Rachael B. · 1 project
thanks everyone. Yeah, I tried like a million times to figure out the link for the Ruby Mines Tutorial before, but then I just went ahead with the one at:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/themerchantprincess
and it was pretty easy to figure out. there was a video link and a lot of stuff in the tutorial about how to set up your table which really helped.
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Jet H.
Jet H. · Haarlem, North Holland, NL · 108 projects
beautiful!!!
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Mallory S.
Mallory S. · 1 project
For those looking for the tutorial someone posted a link to ruby mines profile. It's at http://buatkalunggelang.blogspot.com/2010/09/tutorial-chan-luu-turquoise-wrap.html
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Vermin Jerky
Vermin Jerky · San Diego, California, US · 22 projects
Oh, look. The link to the deleted tutorial is on Ruby Mine's profile!
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Vermin Jerky
Vermin Jerky · San Diego, California, US · 22 projects
Hmm! The project yours is a version of says it hasn't been published yet. But yours is one of eleven versions. I guess it got unpublished. Happy That's too bad, this is so awesome! I really wanted to see the tutorial.

I too, love the eclectic selection of beads you chose and the way you arranged them. The elegantly naturalistic style is also wonderful.
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InoL.
InoL. · Evrytania, Thessalia Sterea Ellada, GR · 36 projects
It looks amazing!
I love the combination of the colours and different beads you used!
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