Wire Wrapped Fabric Beads - DIY Jewelry Tutorial
These beautiful wired wrapped fabric and ribbon beads are so fun and simple to make and look like expensive art or glass beads! They are just made from scraps of fabric, ribbon, yarn and wire with seed bead assortments I got from Auntie's Beads: Miyuki seed beads mixes in assorted sizes from Auntie's Beads Scrap fabric, ribbon and yarn Supplies: 1) Assorted scrap fabric, ribbon and yarn; look for cool textures with shimmer! 2) Assorted wire in all colors ( I like Artistic wire from Auntie's…
Paper Beads & Resin Part 1
Learn how to make and embellish paper beads.See part 2 here: https://youtu.be/RzadGa1zv90Jennibellie's paper bead video:http://youtu.be/eLCVvTCtJJ4American S...
I covered plain wooden beads with strips of dictionary paper, glitter mod podged them and did a wrapped link. Then I wrapped seed beads with colored wire around the whole bead. They remind me of candy.. I'll post the finished piece when I make it. I took the picture with my new iPhone, looks good..
Beads Art - PSP Script - $5.99
Creation Cassel Beads Art - PSP Script - You must have seen those keychains, magnets and other decorations made out of tiny beads fused together. Now you can create your own, digitally, with this script. Use any design to replicate it into a set of beads. You can create it with beads ranging from 15 to 50 pixels in
DIY Fabric Beads and Homemade Mod Podge - This Mama Loves
DIY Fabric Beads and Homemade Mod Podge - This Mama Loves - How to Make Fabric Beads from Scraps of Fabric - Recipe for Homemade Mod Podge
Six Creative Fabric Bead Tutorials
Fabric beads make fabulous embellishments for all your fabric projects and are quick, easy and fun to make. So how many ways are there to make fabric beads? Quite a few apparently. Here's six of
How to make Fabric Beads – Easy Craft
You make fabric beads the same way you make rolled paper beads, but I prefer fabric. I haven’t had any success when I tried making paper beads (yet). It’s easier to roll the fabric, and the beads get chunkier faster. Here is a quick tutorial to show you how easy and fun this is! 1. Cut your fabric into triangles. I do this without a pattern because I don’t mind if the beads are not the same size. 2. Start rolling your triangle close to the straw. Add a dot of glue in the beginning. 3. Roll…