Designed to Perfectly Coordinate

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Cha Cha style necklace to match a favourite cardigan.

Using the same technique as the Cha Cha bracelet in my ebook, ‘Simply Stunning Pearls’, you can create jewellery to perfectly coordinate with clothes as I have here. Creamy pearls form the back drop for the red resin roses all accented with jet crystal rondelles to add contrast and definition. It looks fantastic when I wear it with this favourite cardigan but I have worn it with just a simple black dress – where it adds a little spice and colour to an otherwise somber ensemble!

The instructions along with video techniques for Cha Cha technique and more than 25 different projects is available in my book, ‘Simply Stunning Pearls’ (http://www.vivebooks.com/shop/simply-stunning-pearls/?affiliates=32)

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Cha Cha Necklace As Well!

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Once you have learned the technique for making a Cha Cha bracelet, it can easily be used to create a necklace as well. Here I have used turquoise chips and small seed pearls interspersed with larger beads to add texture and interest.

While I prefer to string my Cha Cha bracelets onto stretchy cord, for a necklace I use tiger tail (beading wire) because of the extra strength and need for a clasp.

The instructions along with video techniques for a Cha Cha bracelet and more than 25 different projects is available in my book, ‘Simply Stunning Pearls’ (http://www.vivebooks.com/shop/simply-stunning-pearls/?affiliates=32)

Below is a sample of just one of many embedded videos where I show one step used to create Cha Cha bracelets, necklaces and even rings!

Making a Coiled Loop for the Cha-Cha Bracelet
Carolyn Schulz demonstrates making a coiled loop for the Pearl Cha-Cha bracelet. See also the video for Making an Overhand Knot to finish the bracelet. These videos come from Carolyn’s ebook Simply Stunning Pearls, where you can find full instructions for the Cha-Cha bracelet, matching ring and many other patterns. Available as a download or on CD from Vivebooks.
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Variations on the Technique/Theme!

 

dsc00049dsc00053Following on yesterday’s blog, I want to show how once you learn the techniques and methods for making the hugely popular Cha Cha bracelet, you can use your imagination to create your own gorgeous designs. Above are examples of a Cha Cha bracelet made using crystal rondelles. Watch out for more inspiration tomorrow!

Below is a sample of a video showing how to make a coil loop.

Making a Coiled Loop for the Cha-Cha Bracelet
Carolyn Schulz demonstrates making a coiled loop for the Pearl Cha-Cha bracelet. These videos come from Carolyn’s ebook Simply Stunning Pearls, where you can find full instructions for the Cha-Cha bracelet, matching ring and many other patterns. Available as a download or on CD from Vivebooks.

 Full instructions and embedded video are found in my ebook, ‘Simply Stunning Pearls’ for making more than 25 pieces of exquisite pearl jewellery. It is available as a download or CD rom from:

 
http://www.vivebooks.com/shop/simply-stunning-pearls/?affiliates=32

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E-book gives you Book and Video in ONE!

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Below is a taster of one of the embedded video techniques from my ebook, ‘Simply Stunning Pearls’. Along with the step by step instructions included in the book, I can share with readers first-hand via video, exactly how I use each technique to complete unique and gorgeous jewellery.

The book with video is available as a download or CD rom:

http://www.vivebooks.com/shop/simply-stunning-pearls/?affiliates=32

Making a Coiled Loop for the Cha-Cha Bracelet
Carolyn Schulz demonstrates making a coiled loop for the Pearl Cha-Cha bracelet. See also the video for Making an Overhand Knot to finish the bracelet. These videos come from Carolyn’s ebook Simply Stunning Pearls, where you can find full instructions for the Cha-Cha bracelet, matching ring and many other patterns. Available as a download or on CD from Vivebooks.

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Don’t miss this once a year event…

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An event to EngageLearn and be Inspired.

Connect with creative influencers

A unique opportunity of networking, learning, sharing and collaborating with your peers, as well as creative likeminded people from the Craft industry. Whether you’re a social butterfly or not, Creative Exchanges and One Big Show will help you. This is your mid-year opportunity to refresh, learn, connect with new and old contacts and plan for the next 6 months. The CHA-UK is focused to help you open doors, make connections, succeed and develop your skills to increase your knowledge and business. The CHA-UK team will be on hand during the event to help, guide and support you…

For more information and to book:   http://cha-uk.co.uk/cha-uk-one-big-show

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Be a Creative Superstar!

Creative Super Star!

Create & Craft have launched world leading companies and presenters… could you be next?

Create & Craft are offering a 2 minute screen tests at the Creative Exchanges Networking Evening on the 25th June, to search for the next super star presenter.

Your 2 minutes will be filmed and reviewed by Create & Craft team. We will give you full support and mentoring prior your slot.

This opportunity is open to anyone, even if you have never tried this before.

To qualify you will need if fill in the following details:

• Name

• Contact details

• Creative interest.

To book your ticket and slot contact Craig De Souza on 01206 364977 or craig@cha-uk.co.uk

http://cha-uk.co.uk/cha-uk-one-big-show/

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