Free Seed Bead Bracelet Patterns (8/20/2014)
I’ve got a diverse collection of seed bead bracelet patterns today. Most of them are stringing or braiding – quicker than beadweaving and most anyone can do them.
http://happyhourprojects.com Fri, 08 Aug 2014 10:00:59 GMT
So I’m really excited to share today’s project with you, because it’s a blend of everything I love to make. It’s a woven bracelet tutorial that’s tool-free (aside from scissors and glue). It’s got stone chip beads. And it looks SO much more fussy than it really is. If you can braid and string beads, you can make this, my new favorite accessory. In fact, if ever there was a tutorial that was inherently me, you’re reading it now.
http://craftyinspirationbylinda.blogspot.com Sun, 03 Aug 2014 21:02:00 GMT
I’ve come up with something that lays relatively flat but still looks similar to LiriGal’s bracelet. I also wasn’t happy with the plain edge on LiriGal’s so I embellished mine. I’ll try to describe what I did below. I added numbers to LiriGal’s pattern so you’ll know which steps I’m referring to.
http://happyhourprojects.com Wed, 23 Jul 2014 10:00:59 GMT
I’ve got a fun and easy, easy idea for DIY accessories today. Stacked bracelets are really popular right now, and you can make them as simple or as intricate as you like. If you want to start simple, this is the perfect beginner jewelry project, because it take NO tools, 2 components, and 2 minutes tops to assemble this arm candy.
http://www.beadingdaily.com Wed, 23 Jul 2014 06:00:00 GMT
I don’t often use two-needle right-angle weave, but it’s a wonderful, speedy bead-weaving technique for making easy beaded bracelets. If you’re looking for a pearl bracelet project that works up in a snap and looks like a million bucks, try the Figure-Eight Bracelet by Julie D’Amico-Beres as a sweet introduction to two-needle right-angle weave!
http://www.instructables.com Fri, 18 Jul 2014 15:51:08 GMT
This bracelet will take you quite a lot of time but is also totally worth it. The colours I used are just an example, try combining some colours yourself to make it more personal or themed. This bracelet is perfect for your festival or beach outfit but can also be sophisticated and be worn to spice up your outfit. And I apologise for probably using wrong terms for some jewelry materials but my original language is Dutch.
http://fourflightsoffancy.blogspot.com Wed, 02 Nov 2011 05:22:00 GMT
So I sat on these pretty matte and pearl beads for awhile before I figured out what to do with them. And actually it was Taylor that helped get me a bit motivated, asking to make bracelets with me this past weekend. So I got out my beads and we set to work. These are rather very simple little bracelets, but there’s something about how understated they are that I really enjoy.
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