Gorgeous minimalist Wish-lets duck wish bracelet. Worn by itself or as part of a stack, it looks great either on the wrist or ankle. Treat yourself, or a friend or loved one today. Part of our ‘totems’ collection. The duck represents transition, simplicity and honesty.
Made using 1mm waxed cotton cord, with a silver-tone duck charm, the wish-let is fully adjustable. Available in 16 different colours, each Wish-let is displayed on a keepsake card and placed in a cellophane packet for protection. Finished with slip knot fastenings, our Wish-lets fit most size wrists or ankles.
1. Choose the colour cord you’d like.
2. Select your charm.
3. A short personal message can be added to the back of the card, if purchasing as a gift. Add this in the ORDER NOTE box.
Each Wish-let is made using 60cm of cord. The keepsake card is 11cm x 8cm (all measurements are approximate). The cord is strong and durable, however Each Wish-let is made using 60cm of cord. The keepsake card is 11cm x 8cm. (All measurements are approximate.) The cord is strong and durable, however contact with water or alcohol-based perfumes, may cause the cord to weaken quicker.
When fitting the bracelet for the first time, adjust it to the size that suits you. Trim the ands and tie knots in the cord, to stop the slip knots from sliding off. Alternatively, you can slide the slip knots off the cord and tie the bracelet on.
The Wish-lets in the photos are examples only.
Not suitable for small children.
Catching Dreams Crafts 2021. All rights reserved. Wish-lets is a registered trademark
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