Year of The Tiger - Power Up With A Bracelet Tutorial at The Bead Gallery, Honolulu

Year of The Tiger - Power Up With A Bracelet Tutorial at The Bead Gallery, Honolulu

There is something about that self-expression that makes us feel powerful, strong and confident, just like when we are beading!

Tigers are bold creatures, and live life as they mean to. As the Year of the Tiger is now well into 2022, we want you to still feel that amazing energy within yourself as well! In celebration, we have created a fantastic bracelet with Tiger's Eye beads and a focal crystal quartz with a TIGER etched on it!

Tiger’s Eye is a gemstone with beautiful bands of yellow-golden color throughout. This is a powerful stone that helps you to release fear and anxiety and aids harmony and balance. It stimulates taking action, aids decision-making based on discernment and understanding, and is unclouded by your emotions.

Tiger's Eye helps to bring the qualities of optimism, good luck, and personal power into your life. So go-go-go you Tiger and let’s make this a great year!

Watch our YouTube video tutorial by clicking here

Tiger Bracelet Kit Here:

Tiger Eye Beads: 


Tiger Head Beads:

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More About the Tigers!

Chinese New Year 2022 fell on Tuesday, February 1st, 2022. 2022 is the year of the Water TigerThe Tiger occupies the third position in the Chinese zodiac after the Ox and before the Rabbit.

People born in a year of the Tiger are predicted to be brave, competitive, unpredictable, and confident.

Like their eponymous zodiac animal, people born in years of the Tiger are vigorous and ambitious, daring and courageous, enthusiastic and generous, self-confident with a sense of justice and a commitment to help others for the greater good.

Lucky Things for Tigers

  • Lucky colors: blue, green

  • Lucky numbers: 1, 3, 7

  • Lucky flowers: plum blossom

  • Lucky directions: north

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