3 comments / Posted by Viviana Soler

Aloha! Hi there! Yesterday my husband and I had the opportunity to visit some amazing beaches in Oahu. In our honeymoon, we've come to master the art of letting go and being in the moment. There's a fine line between being responsible and passionate about what you do, and becoming an obsessed workaholic. Its SO hard to really disconnect nowadays, especially with the internet and wi-fi in every corner. (Says the girl writing this blog post in Hawaii at this very moment).  
 
So, that has been my challenge for our honeymoon, learning to let go, to stop thinking of all the things I need to do as soon as I get back, and to simply take in the scenery.  
 
As you may have imagined, the AS team and I worked on today's tutorial before my trip, in order to keep our weekly blog posts running. What you don't know is that we loved today's necklace SO much that it took every ounce of self-control we had to keep it under wraps for almost a month before sharing it with the world.  
 
As of today, I've had 5 different friends and family members hint that they would LOVE to get this necklace as a gift for Christmas. (Music to my ears) 
 
We hope you love this tutorial as much as we do and please make sure to subscribe to our newsletter at the bottom of our post if you'd like to receive our weekly DIY's straight to your inbox! 
 
Mahalo! 
 
PS: If you read last week's post, you know that we lost an iPad on one of the many airplanes we took to get to Hawaii. Update: a kind soul found our iPad and turned it in to lost & found. We shall be reuniting with this amazing and addictive piece of technology shortly.  

 

Materials:
10- 8mm Jasper Beads
11- 8mm Sun Stone Beads
12- 20mm Freeform Jasper Beads
13- 17mm Jasper Oval Bead
 
   

Comments

  • Posted On February 05, 2017 by Kzoo Kid

    The instructions are in the video at the end of the post.

  • Posted On August 30, 2016 by Kerry

    Hi
    I see all the the lovely pictures but do not seem to have the instructions

  • Posted On February 13, 2016 by Robin

    what mm is your climbing cord

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