The bracelet below is the original gold and gunmetal design that she used. Not colours I'd ever put together but my goodness it works!
Here you can see all the shapes laid out and how deftly put together they are. This bracelet is delicate but chunky. It doesn't slide, just sits close to the wrist and the look totally depends upon which of the elements you have showing. It's a very comfortable bracelet and doesn't interfere with anything you're doing.
Then the cheeky minx that is Mummy decided to have a rummage through my opaques because she decided that where the gold and gunmetal was elegant and grown up, bright keleidoscopic colours would turn the same bracelet into something entirely different! And doesn't it just?! It's playful and fun and I love this so much more than the gold one above. It's reminiscent of Liquorice Allsorts (yummy!) and that makes me think of happy summer days playing in the garden when I was little.
In this final picture below you can see how Mummy has used a dressmaker's popper for the closure. A simple little tab for one half and the other half sewn to a baby square. So lovely and so seamless when on.