Native American fully beaded lanyard, you design I make

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  • Item Category: Ethnic, Folk & Native American Art
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Apr 08,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction

HI EVERYBODY!

MY HOME COMPUTER HAS CRASHED. I HAVE COME INTO THE NEXT TOWN TO GET ONLINE LONG ENOUGH TO LET YOU KNOW. IF YOU ARE THE WINNING BIDDER OR IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT MY BEADWORK PLEASE CALL ME AT MY HOME NUMBER AT . WE SHOULD HAVE OUR COMPUTER FIXED WITHIN A WEEK OR TWO. SORRY FOR THE INCONVENIENCE!!!

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For sale in this auction is one fully beaded lanyard or ID tag holder, which you get to design yourself! The one pictured is just a sample, although you could order one just like it if you wanted to.

For this auction you are the designer! You tell me what you want done and I will make it for you pronto! You can choose as many colors as you like and your design possibilities for the bottom portion are endless! I have every color imaginable, which means you can truely get a one-of-a-kind lanyard in your favorite colors and patterns! I can even do lettering and symbols, such as the Boy Scouts symbol, and so forth. My lanyards run about 38 to 40" long, depending on the beadwork at the bottom. That measurement is including the keyring and badge holder. So on an average to large sized person the lanyard will hit just below the rib cage and above the belly button, somew in t

I have an open schedule right now, for the most part, so that means if you ordered I can make your lanyard for you immediately. All I need is to work out the details with you of what you'd like to have made and off to work I go. Just to give you an example I had a customer order one of these yesterday and I made it last night and sent it out in the mail to them today. Now is that customer service, or is that service? Now else on ebay will you find these lanyards like I am making, and certainly you will not find the option to custom design it for the same price!

On top of this, your lanyard is backed by my one year, unconditional guarantee. Please see below for the details! I also offer a 30 day return policy! It is my goal to please all of my customers!

The winning bidder will communicate with me to go over all of the details, from top to bottom. I will pay careful attention to every request to be sure that what I create for you meets all of your wishes! Please see my feedbacks for samples of other lanyards that I have made, as well as what my customers have said about my work. You will NOT be disappointed! I also have 200+ pictures of beadwork I have done on my website. Ask, and I'll give you the address.

All of these lanyards are made with size 11 standard czech beads. For the custom order, I can not substitute other types of beads, such as Japanese beads, delicas, hex, cuts, etc.

This lanyards are made by wrapping the cord in the seed beads in the colors of your choosing. The lanyard cord can be wrapped in any combination of the colors, however, I do not create patterns in the wrapped portion. T is peyote stitch beadwork at the bottom, which holds your badge hook. The peyote stitching is w I create the patterns you choose, according to your exact specifications.

I make these with a keyring at the bottom, and then put the badge hook on to the keyring, so that you can put keys as well as your badge on t, or add more badge holders if you need to. The keyring and badge hook are silver, standard.

I am asking $20.00 for your customized lanyard, which includes the one year unconditional guarantee. Under normal circumstances I can make your lanyard immediately and mail out right away. Sometimes things happen unexpectedly in life that would take away my beading time though. So, please keep in mind, that IF in the RARE case that your order should be delayed at all it is not by my fault but by life's little twists and turns. Otherwise, if all goes well, I can get your ordre made immediately.

I am asking $3.50 for the shipping and this also will include delivery confirmation. Any left over shipping charges will be...

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