Designer Beadwork: French Beaded Designs



Designer Beadwork: French Beaded DesignsIt S Amazing That Objects So Beautiful Can Come From Such Simple Techniques These French Beaded Flowers Sparkle, Shine, And Surprise, And Yet They Re Made Just By Stringing Beads On Wire And Wrapping Them Around To Form Stems And Petals Some Of These Flowers Serve As Eye Catching Ornaments Others Are Sublimely Practical, Such As Napkin Rings And Tiebacks Follow The Well Illustrated Instructions To Craft Wildflowers, Roses, Daisies, Tulips, Anemones, And Hydrangeas For Each One, There S A What You Need To Know And What You Will Learn Box As Guidance The Dazzling Items Include Black Tie Candleholders, Forsythia Urn, Lamp Shade, Tulip Tin, Clay Pot Critters, And Mistletoe Ball A Selection Of The Crafters Choice Book Club.

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  • Paperback
  • 128 pages
  • Designer Beadwork: French Beaded Designs
  • Donna DeAngelis Dickt
  • 28 March 2019
  • 1402740484

10 thoughts on “Designer Beadwork: French Beaded Designs

  1. Tonya Stuckart says:

    I like the designs in this book I even read the intro part about supplies and helpful hints They were great, then I flipped to the page of the design I wanted to make It directed me to a page earlier in the book with the instructions Fine I go there and begin to read the pattern and it makes no sense, which I find strange because I actually read the tips and techniques portion in the beginning and none of the jargon used in the pattern is there So, I flip to the first project in the bo I like the designs in this book I even read the intro part about supplies and helpful hints They were great, then I flipped to the page of the design I wanted to make It directed me to a page earlier in the book with the instructions Fine I go there and begin to read the pattern and it makes no sense, which I find strange because I actually read the tips and techniques portion in the beginning and none of the jargon used in the pattern is there So, I flip to the first project in the book for the step by step instructions They are confusing Labeled pictures would help a great deal Alsoclearly defined steps I still want to try the patterns I like, however as a total newb to this craft, YouTube will get a visit from me

  2. Alicia says:

    This looks hot Do you mean I can really learn tecniques to make my own tacky decorations that old women would fist fight over if they were on sale Sign me up My tolerance and interest in this kind of stuff is strangely inexaustable.

  3. Melanie Cook says:

    It looks easy, but I doubt that it is I probably will have a go though Most of the projects in the book are way too over the top for me I could see my mum liking some though

  4. Liz says:

    Ohhh.I can do that

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