Redbalifrog Charms

Amanda Bazarow finds inspiration for motives in issues and experiences that are important to her such as her family
and friends and journeys she´s been on. Her associate, Yande, lives in the town of Ubud in Bali.
He has great talent in craftmanship and participates in the process of making Redbalifrog charms quite unique.
Redbalifrog has a lot of amazing beads! Right now the absolut favourites are the cool Sugar Skull and the Australian tree Frangipani.

Redbalifrog Beads

Now the new collection from Redbalifrog has finally arrived and may be shared with all their loyal fans. I have to admit that this time they have really reappeared.

3 new charms, 1 new lock and 1 pendant for necklace or bracelet have seen the day! It is not quite as many charms in this collection as there use to be. But... rather get a few super nice beads, than many in between not so well done beads. Right? This time Redbalifrog just hit it spot on.

As usual it's rather difficult to point out one item from Redbalifrog to be the favourite...
But just look at this Charm! Isn't it lovely? The sweatest Lady Mothra with wonderful wings. 
One of my other favourites from this collection is the 2 small fluffy birds with hearts on there chests, they just looks so cute together.
Have you ever seen a madarin duck in real life? It's so cute and really beautiful! And this is no exception with this sweet duck in silver. Imagine it on your bracelet along with all your favorite charms.

The Redbalifrog concept arose after a journey to Bali, where Australian Amanda Bazarow was inspired to design a new kind of silver charms hence the name Redbalifrog.
And what not to like on the new silver lock? We efterhånden all knows, that we have to protect the nature and not less the bees. Who are helping us getting flowers and corbs so we can maintain life on earth.