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Opaque Bell Flower Bead / 10x7 mm, Hole: 1 mm / MIX - 20 grams ~ 80 pieces

SKU: 123902
Weight: 20 gr.
Piece: 80
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Product description

Express your individuality with this beautiful bead. Suitable for handmade jewelry and decorative projects. Highlight your style with a symbol of tenderness and beauty. Make an order online!

Beads with solid bellflower are not only a jewelry accessory, but a real work of art. Their exceptional design and incredible beauty make them ideal for creating unique jewelry and decorative projects.

Symbol of Tenderness and Beauty: The bellflower is a symbol of tenderness and beauty. This accessory evokes the feeling of spring and new life, reminding us of the magnificent nature that inspires us with its elegance.

Ideal for Creativity: This type of bead is ideal for creating handmade jewelry. You can use them to make bracelets, earrings , martenici and other decorations that will be unique and inspiring.

Quality and Durability: The beads are made of high-quality material that guarantees durability and resistance. They will retain their appeal and quality over time, giving you confidence in the stability of your projects.

Bead solid bellflower is an expression of aesthetics and individuality that will bring beauty and grace to your creative process. With these beads, you combine natural beauty with art and can create projects that are a symbol of tenderness and inspiration. Let them be the beginning of your new creative story, filled with beauty and grace.

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