Monday, 26 November 2012

7000 Bracelets Blog Hop

I seem to be signing up for blog hops a lot lately. This one is for a good cause. Organized by Sue Kennedy of Sue Beads, it's for the 7000 Bracelets for Hope campaign - a bracelet program for people or families who suffer from rare genetic diseases. You can read more about the program here

I was hoping to make a couple of bracelets but in the end, completed just one. 


I used dyed quartz rondelles that I've had for ages, a stamped metal blank and some Czech glass. I couldn't resist adding a pop of colour with the red flower beads. I hope whoever gets it will like what I made. 

I've listed the other participants of the Blog Hop below, but in case the links don't work (I'm having issues with my computer, which is also why this post is a day late), you can find them on Sue's blog. She also has information on how to donate bracelets if you're interested. 

Many thanks to Sue for coming up with this meaningful Blog Hop, and for letting me play!


  1. Very pretty and I love the little pop of red flowers!

  2. really cute like the hand stamped message

  3. What a beautiful message you included in your design, Adlinah... will be very comforting to person fortunate to receive it!

  4. The stamped message was a great idea!

  5. Your stamped message is wonderful and I'm sure whoever receives your bracelet will love it! Thank you so much for participating!

  6. Beautiful bracelet and a perfect message for this donation!