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Acrylic Heart-shaped Faceted Beads, Crystal Imitation, 12x12x8 mm, Hole: 1 mm, Transparent -50 grams ~ 90 pieces

SKU: 107962
Weight: 50 gr.
Piece: 90
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Faceted, transparent plastic bead resembling a rhombus-shaped crystal. Place your order online for delivery anywhere in the country!


As a folk craft or hobby, the creation of the white and red amulet, known as Martenitsa, is a priority for us. EM ART sets out to provide a rich and varied collection of beads to renew and nourish the centuries-old Bulgarian tradition. This series of soft, transparent beads will inspire new ideas in those dedicated to the craft, but their applications are not limited to just that. Red and white feature in many aspects of our lives, in everyday life and fashion. With these, you can create beautiful jewelry, accessories, and decorations, fully engaging in the creative process.



SYMBOLISM OF THE HEART - The heart is a symbol that has always been central to the mysticism, religion and poetry of all peoples. It embodies human nature. In speech, all experiences, emotional, mental and spiritual, are embodied in expressions related to the heart. But the heart is most vividly present as a symbol of love, perhaps precisely because love is the deepest essence of every human being.



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