Beaded Beads – Celebrate the Versatility!
Our latest eBook, 12 Beaded Bead Projects to Make, gives you a dozen beaded beads to try. You can mix and match in a variety of ways. You can make any of the projects in this collection as-is. Then you can wear your handmade creations yourself or give them as gifts. Then…just imagine the fun you could have altering these designs for the holidays!
Beaded Beads Necklace or Garland?
Alice Coelho’s Teaberry Garland necklace makes a lovely garland for your neck or could be lengthened to decorate a miniature tree. The soft shades of pink mimic flickering candlelight, which is always beautiful during the holidays.
Beaded Beads of Many Colors
The beaded beads in Laura Andrews’ Capulets’ Treasure bracelet are reminiscent of firecrackers, and if beaded in blue/white/silver or black/red/green they could easily represent the candles associated with Hanukkah or Kwanzaa.
Either Kathleen Burke’s Boldly Stated Bracelet or Laura Andrews’ Skyscraper Necklace would be a perfect accompaniment to any New Year’s Eve outfit. And of course either piece could easily be altered with colorway substitutions to fit the holiday of your choice.
12 Beaded Bead Projects to Make offers so many different beaded beads that the design combinations are practically endless! Celebrate the versatility of beaded beads this holiday season and make something special for yourself or a loved one.
Managing Editor, Beadwork