Where the Daisies Grow Bracelet
Where the Daisies Grow Bracelet
Where the Daisies Grow Bracelet
Where the Daisies Grow Bracelet
Where the Daisies Grow Bracelet

Where the Daisies Grow Bracelet

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Lotus and Luna bracelets are handcrafted in Thailand by talented female artisans. Our seed bead bracelets are made with cotton cords, coconut shell clasps, precious seed beads, and lots of positive vibes. Each bracelet has three different size options, so adjust to your perfect fit and snip off any excess cord.
Colors: White, Silver, Tan cord

Materials: Seed Beads, Coconut Shell Button, and Adjustable 100% Cotton Cord

Length: 6.5" (first closure) - 8.5" (last closure)

Collection: Vagabond

SKU: 10154

Lotus and Luna accessories, apparel, and face masks are made with the highest quality of locally sourced materials from Thailand!

Here are a few tips on caring for your jewelry, clothing, and face masks!

JEWELRY

SNIP THE CORD: Try on your jewelry and decide which size works best for you. Create a cleaner look by using scissors to snip off any remaining loops or lengthy cord.

KEEP DRY: Lotus and Luna jewelry can be worn in the water, but keeping your jewelry dry is the best way to protect from wear and tear. Our 100% cotton cords last longest when taken off before swimming and showering.

RECHARGE: If your jewelry contains a real healing gemstone, you can cleanse its energy! Use a few drops of water and your fingers to gently cleanse the beads, and leave out in the sunlight or moonlight for a few hours.

SHINE: Our brass beads will tarnish naturally when exposed to salty air, skin cream, sweat, or perfume. Use a cloth to polish, or try shining your brass beads with soapy water or lemon juice and a light brush. 

APPAREL & FACE MASKS

HAND WASH, HANG DRY: To keep the vibrancy of colors in your apparel and masks, we recommend hand washing and hanging to dry. Use a low iron or steamer to get that perfect flowy look.

PACKING: If you're packing your kimono for an adventure, try rolling it up burrito style instead of folding to avoid wrinkles.