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3mm Double Row Moissanite Tennis Bracelet

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3mm Double Row Moissanite Tennis Bracelet

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3mm Double Row Moissanite Tennis Bracelet
3mm / 15cm - $387.50
  • 3mm / 15cm - $387.50
  • 3mm / 16cm - $411.25
  • 3mm / 17cm - $436.25
  • 3mm / 18cm - $460.00
  • 3mm / 19cm - $485.00
  • 3mm / 20cm - $508.75
  • 3mm / 21cm - $533.75
  • 3mm / 22cm - $557.50
  • 3mm / 23cm - $582.50

DESCRIPTION

Upgrade your jewelry collection with our 3mm Double Row Moissanite Tennis Bracelet. With high-quality 3mm Moissanite stones in a double-row design, this bracelet provides a stunning sparkle and brilliance that will elevate any outfit. Lustrous and durable, this bracelet is a timeless piece that will add elegance to any occasion.

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DELIVERY
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  • Free shipping across all products
  • International delivery time - 12-18 business days
  • Easy 30 days returns and exchanges
RETURNS

If you do not like the product you can return it within 15 days - no questions asked.

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Paint by numbers is a creative hobby where a picture is divided into shapes, each marked with a number that corresponds to a specific color. You paint in each shape and ultimately the picture emerges as a finished painting.

What Materials Do I Need to Start?

A typical paint by numbers kit includes a pre-printed canvas marked with numbers, small pots of paint in the required colors, and one or more paintbrushes. You might also want a cup of water for rinsing brushes and a cloth for wiping.

How Do I Begin a Paint by Numbers Project?

Start by setting up a comfortable workspace with good lighting. Lay out your canvas and organize your paints. It's often recommended to start painting from the top of the canvas and work your way down to avoid smudging.

Which Paint Color Should I Start With?

It's generally easier to start with either the darkest colors or the largest areas. This can help provide a framework for the rest of your painting.

How Do I Prevent the Paint from Drying Out?

Keep the paint pots closed when not in use. If the paint does start to dry, adding a tiny amount of water can sometimes help revive it.

Can I Mix the Paints to Get More Shades?

Yes, you can mix colors if you feel comfortable doing so. It allows for more creativity but is not necessary for most kits.