Beading Instructions from Beading Daily: 5 Free Beading Projects to Learn How to Bead

­We all started at the same place . . . the beginning. Each one of us held beading wire in one hand and a pile of beads in the other, and we began to bead! It's amazing where the jewelry-making path takes us after this hope-filled start. Each beader makes different stops along the way: Some embrace crystals, others gemstones with every other bauble thrown into the mix. One day you don't know how to bead, the next day you are an official "beader," and life as you knew it changes forever more.

Everyone needs a place to start, so I'm excited to introduce this new collection, Beading Instructions from Beading Daily: 5 Free Beading Projects to Learn How to Bead. I handpicked these simple projects to get the whole world beading. No excuses! Starting with these easy stringing projects will allow you to enter a whole new world and infuse you with confidence and technique know-how to keep on beading. Download your FREE eBook today!

  Michelle Mach's Sorbet in August combines lava beads and lampworked coins to present a casual, wear-to-the-office look you could make in a wide variety of colors.

Gothic Arabesque, by SaraBeth Cullinan, is three times the fun with triple strands and uses the same simple stringing technique. The fabulous shell pendant enhances the crystal and bead palette in an understated, yet elegant way.

  Sharon Borsavage's Eye on Midnight, is a striking statement that combines lampworked disks and rondelles with hematite beads. This lovely piece can go formal as well as casual.
 

Trés Turquoise by Marlene Blessing is a blue-lover's delight. You simply can't go wrong with silver and turquoise in my book! If desired, you can leave off the cross pendant for a simpler design.  

Melinda Barta's Sweet Spring is perfect for all seasons. The Lucite beads and flowers are fun to work with and have a timeless appeal.

Each project includes luscious photography and every step you need to create these beginner stringing beauties. Making them in your favorite colors will jumpstart your way to successful stringing so that you, too, can be a bona fide beading jewelry-maker!

Join in the fun and get your free Beading Instructions from Beading Daily: 5 Free Beading Projects to Learn How to Bead eBook.

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