Free Bracelet Idea Using Elk Antler - Beads 60% Off This Week!

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(This discount cannot be combined with other discounts.) 

I am very excited that we are offering a discount on our Elk Antler Beads this week. These beads are AWESOME and because our vast quantity of items they do not get enough credit! 

Elk Antler is one of the fastest growing living tissues. It can grow at a rate of two and a half centimeters per day. Like deer and moose, elk antler only grows on males. The antler begins growing in spring and later becomes brittle and sheds in winter. The fallen antler is then consumed by other animals for it's calcium content. Elk Antler is covered and protected by a layer of soft skin called velvet. Velvet dries up and peels when the antler has reached it's maximum size. Our beads are made from antler that is naturally shed. Each bead is unique and beautiful.  The colors earthy tones.

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Instructions: 
  1. Cut four 12" pieces of fluorite wire and two 12" pieces of turquoise wire. 
  2. Pick up two pieces of fluorite wire. Use both wires to string 1 crimp tube and the top loop on half of the clasp. Pass back through the tube and crimp. Cover the crimp tube with a crimp cover. 
  3. String one wire through the left side of the bead and the other wire through the right side of the bead (also known as ladder stitch). Pull both wires snug. 
  4. Repeat step 2 fourteen times for a total of 15 beads. 
  5. Use both wires to string 1 crimp tube and the top loop on the opposite half of the clasp. Pass back through the tube and crimp. Cover the crimp tube with a crimp cover
  6. Repeat Steps 2-5 using the turquoise wire and attaching to the middle loops on each side of the clasp.
  7. Repeat Steps 2-5 using the fluorite wire and attaching to the bottom loops on each side of the clasp.

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