Spring is officially here… and that means the spring release from Pandora! There were so many cute beads in this collection (did you see the rose gold dragonfly? so cute!) but I knew right away I had to have one specific bead.
This little openwork white daisy flower charm!
I absolutely love the daisies but what really got to me was the little lady bug. If y’all have been here for a while you know that I absolutely love lady bugs… they have special meaning to me since they’re usually signs form my sweetheart Trevor.
I even have a rose gold Pandora bracelet that’s dedicated entirely to lady bugs!
But I love incorporating the tiny lady bug charms into my other bracelets whenever possible… meaningful charms are always my most favorite and this one is no exception.
Just take a look at that little lady bug and you’ll fall in love just like I did!
My second favorite part? The tiny bee!
Those little wings are just darling… I love the detail! Plus he looks so cute perched on that little white enamel daisy.
I wanted this little charm for an enchanted garden bracelet I’m working on and I knew the little bee would look just perfect next to the enchanted garden glass murano’s I picked for this bracelet!
Aren’t they just darling together?
I plan to string my little enchanted garden bracelet on a snake chain style bracelet so these are just the first few charms I’ve collected. Although… I did picked up this little mushroom & frog charm sale during the last 3 for 2 sale!
I’d love to have 3 or 4 openwork charms on the finished bracelet so this one should pair nicely with the others I have picked out… although you’ll have to wait to see which ones they are!
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These little charms are perfect on an open bangle until I’ve picked up enough to move them to a snake chain… I like how incomplete bracelets stay in place on an open bangle. As opposed to a snake chain where the heavy portion pulls the whole bracelet to the bottom of your wrist and you’re left looking at the clasp all day.
But back to the charm.
There are a mix of white enamel daisies and silver daisies around the entire charm… and while the “face” of the charm has my sweet little lady bug and a bumble bee the back of the bee charm has a tiny bee as well.
That way you have a bee no matter what side the charm is on!
I’ve kept this bracelet simple and paired it with a multi-strand bracelet in pink with my dangling clover & ladybug charm (I’m telling you I own every single ladybug charms!).
Looking at this photo I almost wish I’d gotten this little openwork daisy charm in the rose gold (since they made it in both metals!) but the entire enchanted garden bracelet is going to be silver so I think I made the right decision.
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