ballroom dance shoes with rhinestones – A sparkly ballet shoe bracelet with crystals and glitter beads! This bracelet is following the huge success of our bestselling ballerina bracelet! If your child already has one of those they might love this one too!Want one for you? They come in adult sizes too!✮ Bracelet Materials Information ✮Beads: 8mm Blush Pink Glass Pearls and Baby Pink Stardust Beads.Crystals: 8mmx6mm Aurora Borealis Coated Clear Crystals.Rhinestones: Grade A (so sparkly!) silver plated rondelles.Balloons Charm: 23x6mm, 3D. Tibetan silver (lead and nickel free)Made on strong stretchy elastic.✮ Bracelet Sizing Information ✮6" – Child Size (this size fits both my 4 year old and 9 year old!)6.5" – Slender Wrist / Teen Size7" – Standard Adult Size8" – Plus SizeBracelets can be returned and exchanged if you wish to choose a different size.✮ Bracelet Customisation Options ✮You can change the colours in your bracelet just by leaving me a note on your purchase. In the last two images I have shown all the pearl and stardust colours I have available and assigned them numbers and letters. Just leave a note on your purchase with one number and one letter and I'll do the rest! :)Please note that colours do look different depending on your screen settings if you are looking for a perfect match.✮Personalised Options!✮You can write a note on your card for FREE! Just leave me a message at the checkout.You can also add an initial charm to your order here:http://etsy.me/2ze4b2B✮ Parties / Wholesale Enquiries ✮Aside from our shipping coupon above, you can qualify for certain discounts for orders of over 25 bracelets. Please feel free to enquire about parties or wholesale requests.PARTIES – If you are ordering for a party outside the UK please be sure to order 1 MONTH in advance and for peace of mind – choose tracked shipping at the checkout!✮ Safety Information ✮These bracelets are made for children age 3+ due to choking hazards. All children should be supervised whilst wearing jewellery.
8 p.m. Aug. 11: “Con Brio” features William Bolcom’s Symphony No. 9, Gerald Barry’s Piano Concerto with Jason Hardink, Jörg Widmann’s “Con Brio” and Cindy McTee’s Symphony No ballroom dance shoes with rhinestones. 1, “Ballet for Orchestra.”. 8 p.m. Aug. 12: A second “Tributes” program features Jake Heggie’s “Moby-Dick Orchestral Suite,” a new work by Christopher Rountree, Karim Al-Zand’s “The Prisoner” and a new work by Gabriella Smith in honor of John Adams’ 70th birthday..
Looking for stuff to do in the Bay Area this weekend? Here are some tips: from the big gay, silly musical “La Cage aux Folles” to a brand new dance from one of the Bay Area’s hottest Choreographers ballroom dance shoes with rhinestones. Pride and joy on stage: Bust out the sequins because “La Cage aux Folles” is back, baby. This glitzy Jerry Herman and Harvey Fierstein classic is getting revived by San Francisco Playhouse. Bill English directs the Tony-winning chestnut that celebrates the life-affirming love and pride of a gay couple who will do anything to protect their son, even hide their sexuality when meeting their future son-in-law’s right wing parents. Details: Through Sept. 16; San Francisco Playhouse; $30-$125; 415-677-9596, www.sfplayhouse.org— Karen D’Souza, Staff..
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Lively and righteous work of art: It took Brooklyn artist Archie Rand five years to assemble “The 613,” a collage-like work consisting of 613 16-by-20-inch paintings reflecting the requirements for a Jewish person to live a righteous life. If it sounds like a somber, dogmatic affair, it is apparently anything but; the New York Times describes the work as a combination of “comics and pulp fiction book jackets, a dash of Mad Magazine, a spoonful of “Tales from the Crypt,” some grotesques, some superheroes, always action, emotion, drama.” The 17,000-square-foot work comes to the Jewish Contemporary Museum beginning July 20 ballroom dance shoes with rhinestones. Details: Through Oct. 22; museum open daily except Wednesdays; $12-$14 (18 and under free); thecjm.org.— Randy McMullen, Staff..
Basking in Brazilian music: Rio de Janeiro-born Claudia Villela became one of the Bay Area’s most celebrated singers on the strength of her original compositions and her gorgeous multi-octave voice. But in recent years she’s focused less on her own music than on masterpieces by Brazilian composers like Jobim, Nascimento, Guinga, Bosco, Gil, and Baden Powell — all songwriters covered by the legendary Elis Regina, whose legacy Villela is celebrating in concert July 21 at the SFJazz Center in San Francisco. She’ll be joined by her regular Bay Area collaborators, including guitarist Jeff Buenz, bassist Gary Brown, and drummer Celso Alberti, as well as New York-based Brazilian pianist/accordionist Vitor Gonçalves, a rising star as a player and composer ballroom dance shoes with rhinestones. Details: 7:30 p.m.; $25-$50; 866-920-5299,www.sfjazz.org.— Andrew Gilbert, Correspondent..