Free Beaded Christmas Ornament Patterns (11/5/2014)
Christmas is coming and it will be here before you know it. Why, I was at the grocery store yesterday and the Halloween leftovers were on clearance and the seasonal aisle was FULL of Christmas stuff already. Make some great ornaments for you own tree or for presents.
From December 1st through the 12th, we posted two holiday projects to our Facebook wall every day. If you’re not on Facebook (or you just missed a few days), here’s a recap of the “12 Days” — just in time for some last-minute gift giving!
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Do you like Santa Claus Christmas ornaments; here I will show you a beaded Santa Claus pattern.
http://www.modernminerals.com/ Tue, 02 Dec 2008 23:00:16 -0800
I remember finding directions for this beaded ornament last year. It is a stretch, but I think I may have also seen it the year before. It is one of the ones that I always see over and over again in searches, so this year I caved and made it.
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This tutorial will show you how to make beaded angel ornaments, keep reading and DIY your own beaded Christmas angels later.
http://www.roserushbrooke.com/blog/ Mon, 23 Dec 2013 10:24:51 -0800
All Lit Up earrings from Fusion Beads. Very cute – done in fringe stitch, and pretty darn quickly too. Isn’t this pretty? I really like the colours in this Decorated Christmas ornament mini project from Saliya. Do several in red, silver, gold and blue. Lovely on the tree. Or as gifts. And an elegant Holly Wreath bracelet, which will take from now until next Christmas to make. Oh well. Once it’s made, you have it forever.
Tutorial on how to make a cover for a Christmas Ornament (ball ornament), to hang in front of your windows or in your Christmas Tree.
This video tutorial from The Potomac Bead Company shows you how to make a beaded Christmas ornament cover using your choice of seed beads and crystals.
Day 7 is a beaded bulb cover, I used a very simple pattern that doesn’t use a large variety of beads. Even if you’ve never beaded, you can do this.