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3D Beading Patterns (7/7/2015)

2015 July 7

I don’t know about you, but I love the little 3D beaded animals and characters. They do get a little complicated, but they are so much fun when they are done. And they make great gifts. Many of the bead artists write very good, detailed instructions. Try it sometime!

3D Crystal Animal Tutorials

3D Crystal Animal Tutorials

3D Crystal Animal Tutorials

http://www.beadinggem.com/ Sat, 12 Dec 2009 04:00:00 -0800

It’s that time of year again where you might be scratching your head for ideas on what to make as gifts. If you have anyone on your list who likes cute 3D crystal animal charms, then meet Emy Stewart.She shows you how to weave together bicones to make familiar characters such as Hello Kitty and Pooh Bear to adorn backpacks, key chains and electronic gadgets.

New Way to Bead 3D Figurine

http://beading.com.my/blog/ Sat, 19 Apr 2008 02:42:45 -0700

Many people do not bead for 3D figurine like animals, sweeties, fruits…etc is because they felt difficulties in doing it. The fact is, YES, you are right! 3D beaded figurines are in fact much more difficult than those 2 string weaving bracelet. You must have a good imagination on how is the figurine look while inserting every bead onto the thread.

Crystal Doll #1

Crystal Doll #1

Crystal Doll #1

http://bead_tutorial.livejournal.com/ Sun, 24 Aug 2008 21:01:01 -0700

This doll is a great start for those who want to try beading a crystal doll. It needs few crystal and is not difficult to make. This tutorial is quite a long one with heavy pictures, sorry.

Free Poodle Head 3D Beading Pattern Instructions

http://www.chinesecrystalbeads.com/blog/ Fri, 26 Jul 2013 05:59:51 -0700

Free Poodle Head 3D Beading Pattern Instructions. Look for the instructions for the body and the ears, also.

Tiny Tulips 3D Beaded Flowers

Tiny Tulips 3D Beaded Flowers

Tiny Tulips 3D Beaded Flowers

http://www.instructables.com/ Sat, 08 Nov 2008 16:27:16 -0800

These are very tiny tulips great for earrings or make a few for a mini bouquet. If you are having trouble manipulating the tiny beads try using bigger ones to get the technique down then try the smaller ones.

Bead Origami with Cindy Holsclaw

http://beadcircle.com/ Wed, 30 Jul 2014 15:50:26 -0700

Cindy Holsclaw is a bead artist and a scientist specializing in beaded art inspired by geometry, chemistry, and biology. Her fascination with new and interesting beading structures permeates her jewelry designs.

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