Always Be A Tiger Wish-let. Always be yourself unless you can be a tiger, then always be a tiger. A lovely treat for yourself, or a friend or loved one. Worn on the ankle or wrist, they look great as part of a stack or by themselves.
Made using 1mm waxed cord, with 4mm/6mm beads and a silver-tone tiger charm added. Available in 13 different colours, the cord is strong and durable. Contact with water or alcohol-based perfumes, may cause the cord to weaken quicker. Placed in a cellophane packet for protection, these are the perfect size to fit in a greetings card.
How To Order:
1. Make your COLOUR choice from the drop down menu.
2.Choose your CHARM – OPTION 1: Tiger 1, OPTION 2: Tiger 2. (see photos)
3. Would you like to add a short message to the back of the card? We can do this free of charge. Just add this to the ORDER NOTE TO SELLER box, ensuring all spelling is correct.
Finished with slip knot fastenings, our Wish-lets fit most size wrists or ankles. Adjust yours to the size comfortable for you, and cut off the excess cord. Tie a knot at the end of each length to stop the slip knots from sliding off. Other examples of what you can do with the Wish-let? Why not attach it to your favourite bag, or keyring? Maybe even hang it from something around the house, or in the car.
The Wish-lets in the photos are examples only. Beads/charms may differ to those shown.
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Black, Brown, Green, Yellow, Pink, Dark Pink, Red, Orange, Purple, Light Purple, Blue, Light Blue, Turquoise
Option 1, Option 2
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