St. Patrick’s Day Bead Patterns
Happy St. Patrick’s Day!! If you are like me, you have nothing green to wear on St. Patrick’s day. I don’t look good in green at all. So my closet has no green whatsoever. Cheat and make yourself some green jewelry. No one ever said it had to be clothes – and you are “wearing” it. I especially like the rainbow necklace because you could wear it with anything the rest of the year. Don’t have time this year? Get some green beads and be ready for next year!
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With this design, I wanted an earring that I can wear to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day! This is project is easy, fast and great for a beginning beaders. Only skill required is crimping. For crimping help, please visit our webpage, All about Crimps.
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Although St. Patrick’s is not an official holiday in USA, people still like to wear green on 17th March, on the day when everyone is Irish. You can also mark St. Patrick’s Day by wearing some lovely green necklaces that you can make with the help from our top 10 necklaces tutorials.
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Now, I figure real jewelry makers would buy the string and rework the beads into one project or more but for someone like me, who spends hours trying to mix and match elements to make a simple piece of jewelry, it was time to strike while the idea iron is hot. I cheated and bought the string of beads. I already had all of the other bracelet making supplies at home.
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Each year, millions of people celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Some may eat an Irish meal, drink a Guinness, or go to a St. Patrick’s Day parade, but probably the most common way to celebrate all things Irish is to wear something green or Celtic. Add a little something extra to your St. Patrick’s Day outfit with jewelry that fits the theme!
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Somehow I never have anything green to wear on St. Patrick’s Day. This long seed bead necklace is great to have on hand if you’re like me and want to avoid getting pinched! Choose a variety of colors and shapes of beads, just make sure every color of the rainbow is represented (especially green) and even a little gold for the rainbow’s end.
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St. Patrick’s Day is just a few days away! What better way to accessorize your St. Paddy’s ensemble than with a piece of handmade green jewelry? If you don’t have time to create a design if your own, browse through our collection of eProjects to find the perfect piece. I’ve picked out a few of my favorites already.
Learn how to make a simple strung necklace using pretty glass and metal beads. This easy strung necklace closes with a simple toggle clasp and would make a g…
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