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Niece Morse Code Bracelet. A modern and unique bracelet with a hidden message. The perfect gift for your niece. They look great worn alone or stacked with multiple pieces.

Made using 1mm black waxed cotton, with silver-tone 4mm round and rice beads to depict the morse code for the word Niece. Coloured spacer beads are added to the silver beads to show each Morse Code ‘letter’. You can choose your preference for the colour used from the first drop down menu. Finished off with a macrame sliding knot, the morse code bracelet is adjustable and fits most wrist sizes. The beads used are acrylic and glass.

Colours available for spacer beads:
White, Black, Green, Lime Green, Yellow, Pink, Dark Pink, Red, Orange, Purple, Light Purple, Blue, Light Blue, Turquoise.

Presented on high quality card and placed in a cellophane packet. The card has the text ‘Niece’ (Option 1) or ‘Secret Message’ (Option 2) printed on the front, with the morse code symbols. The ‘Secret Message’ option allows the recipient of the bracelet to work out what their secret message is. The Morse Code key is printed on the reverse side of the card.

How To Order:
1. Choose your colour option for the spacer beads.
2. Choose your text option

Please note:
All components used are lead/nickel free.

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Colour(s)

White, Black, Green, Lime Green, Yellow, Pink, Dark Pink, Red, Orange, Purple, Light Purple, Blue, Light Blue, Turquoise

Option

Option 1, Option 2

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