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Colours of Love – Inspiration Behind the Beads

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Valentine's Day Jewellery

Across many parts of the world St. Valentine’s Day is celebrated on February 14th. It’s a day where cards, flowers and gifts are exchanged between those who are in love. But why do we celebrate this day? One legend suggests that Emperor Claudius II thought that soldiers should be single. His decision was based on… Read more »

Favourite Winter Getaways – Snow & Sun

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Winter surf and snow

http://www.nalubeads.com/snow-beads/austria-snow/st-anton Swells from the open Atlantic ocean roll into the Canary Islands from three sides. The Canary Islands are home to powerful volcanic reef and point breaks that are comparable to Hawaii. These islands have lunar looking expanses due to the extinct volcanoes and arid rough terrain that protrudes out of the ocean. Pico de Teide, Tenerife… Read more »

NEW Italian Snow Beads Release

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Italian Snow Resorts

Discover our latest range of Snow beads. Feast your eyes on our Italian collection featuring cranberry pinks and frit blends encompassing pinks, violets and jade green. Livigno Ski Resort is set in a remote valley in the Italian Alps close to the Swiss border. Snow parks, trails and slopes make this resort varied and enjoyable…. Read more »

Big Wave Surf Spots Beads

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Nazrae big wave surf spot

Here’s the latest collection by Nalu. A set of beads representing the majestic big wave spots around the globe. Each big wave spot needs its own specific collection of conditions to come together in order to break and be surfable. These waves are generally quite fickle, but when all the conditions are working together a small… Read more »

It’s Teal Love with Cool Blues

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Rob Tibbles Devon Wave

Nalu Beads are loving everthing in icy colours and teal hues this December. If you want to copy our featured bracelet (above) all you need is 1 metre and 2 metre turquoise cord weaved using the simple macrame knot. The beads we’ve used are St Agnes, Porthtowan, Portballintrae, Putsborough, Saunton, Woolacombe, Watergate Bay and Maldives… Read more »