With school quickly approaching, you can hear teachers rustling papers and kids groaning. While prepping blank notebooks, unsharpened pencils, and crisp folders, you can certainly throw in some easy and fun metal stamping projects to celebrate back to school time.
SuperDuo is a Czech-made glass seed bead with a diamond shape and two 0.8mm holes. They are great for dimensional bead weaving designs, from your basic flat stitching to more intricate 3D lace seed bead designs. We have two fun jewelry pieces using these versatile Czech SuperDuo seed beads; accompanied with pattern tutorials.
Are you thinking about Christmas in July? We are. We want to give you a heads up about the gift of handmade this upcoming Christmas. And what better way to jump start your jewelry projects by learning the basic skill of how to make a headpin wire loop.
Who doesn’t love summer? It’s a season full of sunny days, barbecues and beach waves. And who doesn’t love an easy-to-wear, easy-to-make hemp bracelets? Here is an inspiring project to keep you kicking back this summer!
Czech Tango Beads are a brand new bead introduced by BeadMaster USA. Tango beads are a two-hole, triangular, flat Czech glass bead, which pair perfectly with the Czech SuperDuo 2-hole seed beads or other seed beads, for more intricate and geometrical designs. Much like the popular dance, these tango beads can be weaved to turn different directions and mimic intricate shapes or patterns.
Goody Beads has a fun collection of watercolor flat leather. With a touch of soft and vibrant hues and strokes of whimsical patterns, watercolor flat leather projects can be perfect for bright summer days ahead. Here are some inspiring bracelet designs you can do with watercolor flat leather.
Here in the Midwest, you know that spring is approaching when people are wearing shorts in 45-degree weather. If you think like me, spring reminds me to clean the winter-long mess inside and outside of the house, a thought that makes me groan. Since I LOVE distractions, let’s do some spring beading projects to ready ourselves for lovely spring days, instead.
Nothing says good morning like budding and blooming tulips in early spring. So of course, the theme for our first spring beading project is tulips. I personally enjoy the freshness of pink tulips. Pairing the subtle color with a gold-accent finding, you get a bold jewelry piece sure to get a conversation brewing.