Free Beaded Christmas Ornament Patterns (8/18/2014)
It’s time to start getting ready for Christmas!! Summer is a great time to get started on making beaded Christmas ornaments. Whether they are for your tree or for gifts, just about anyone will appreciate it.
http://theartfulcrafter.com Sat, 24 May 2014 07:00:00 GMT
This beaded Christmas tree is a work of art that will be treasured and handed down for generations to come. This tree project is not for the beginning beader. However, all the expense and work that goes into this tree will creating a lasting family heirloom.
http://crafts.lovetoknow.com Sun, 25 Jul 2010 19:18:45 GMT
If you love making beaded handmade jewelry you can use these same skills to fashion beautiful Christmas ornaments. These projects are also great for beginners, as they use simple techniques and easy-to-find supplies. Making handmade ornaments can be the start of a fun family tradition; choose different instructions for beading Christmas ornaments each year, you’ll soon have a tree that’s filled with happy memories of Christmases past.
http://beadknitter.blogspot.com Wed, 29 Jun 2011 01:12:00 GMT
The pattern is a new one by Michelle Skobel named Luminous Riviere Ornament Cover. It is done in right angle weave and netting, is very well written, and easy to follow. Now that I’ve finished it, I find myself wanting to make another. Hmmm….I’ve got some really pretty tanzanite colored crystals somewhere around here.
http://www.favecrafts.com Thu, 14 Feb 2008 06:56:15 GMT
From ornaments that look like candy, to beaded Christmas ornaments to make, to homemade Christmas ornaments that look like Santa and angels, you have an array of 48 simple homemade Christmas ornaments to choose from! Learn how to make Christmas ornaments that will help your tree sparkle and shine. These simple homemade Christmas gifts can also be given as gifts during the holiday season – no matter who you give one to, it’s sure to become a keepsake.
http://beadingbelles.blogspot.com Fri, 22 Feb 2013 00:33:45 GMT
These lovely Christmas ornaments were beaded by Margaret Greeney and Louise Gugliotti of Launceston.Both patterns come from Jill Oxton’s book no71 .They sit onto a shelf or mantle and are oh so cute.I have put these little delights on my to do list.
http://www.purlbee.com Wed, 23 Jul 2014 12:42:45 GMT
Amidst summer’s lemonade, swimming pools and fireflies, it may feel pretty counter-intuitive to think about Christmas right now. But hard as it may be to replace thoughts of popsicles with visions of sugarplums, July’s long, lazy days are a great time to get started on a very special holiday project!
Thanks everyone for watching. I hope you make this simple wreath. More Christmas ornaments to come.