The Novobeads Spring 2013 collection debuted a couple weeks ago, and I have been eagerly awaiting the beads from this collection. Two pieces from this release totally captured my attention – the Tree of Life dangle and the Leaves charm and I received* them late last week. I am happy to report that they do not disappoint!
As I mentioned in the release post I have been absolutely obssessed over the Tree of Life, both for the lovely faceted green gem and for the detailed sculpting of the tree that the charm features. As you can see the pictures, the bead fairly glows in the light and the silver cap is an intricate latticework of foliage. It’s fast become one of my favorites from the Novobeads line. The other charm I requested was Leaves; being a nature lover and as an homage to the season I knew I had to have it. The leaves overlap one another and form the shape of a barrel, much like the Trollbeads LE Dutch Tulip. It is such an elegant and versatile charm, it can be paired with any theme or design.
I am continually impressed by this brand and I definitely think it’s one worth checking out. Novobeads have large diameter cores and are compatible with most major bracelet brands including Pandora and Trollbeads. The charms can be ordered online from the Novobeads website and they offer free shipping in the US. For this bracelet, I added some orange with the vibrant greens to make it really pop and I’m loving this effect. Are you intrigued by Novobeads? Have you tried them out yet?
Bead index (starting from left, Trollbeads unless otherwise indicated): Novobeads leaf clasp, Novobeads wedding band, white triple pearl, unique two-tone orange scallop, earth, Novobeads lily of the valley, unique orange bee, Novobeads tree of life, orange dillo (retired), unique green braid, blossom, WT Netherlands orange, unique green turtle, Novobeads cherry blossoms, Novobeads sage crystal, unique orange wasp, elderflower, unique green stripes, 2013 LE orange easter egg, Novobeads wonderland, unique orange python, Novobeads leaves, aventurine (retired), unique orange ladybug.
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