You’ll Love This Beading eBook If:
- You love the look of Heidi Boyd’s pretty, feminine pieces & want to learn more about making them yourself
- You want to learn fun & basic beading techniques step by step
- You want combine beads with other materials such as sequins, buttons, wire, snaps, washers or tin
Make classic beaded pieces of your own with the exceptional beading techniques, tips & tricks in this eBook from Heidi Boyd. Download this guide to beading and instantly access step-by-step projects that combine a variety of materials together with beading in order to create pretty, feminine jewelry pieces. Learn how to make a beaded necklace, bracelet, earrings, pins and more with these start to finish beading projects.
Each project includes the practical application of featured beading techniques with fun and easy to follow crafts. Jewelry artists of all skill levels and styles will find something to love about this must-have beading eBook. Instantly download this eBook to your computer and get page after page of complete instruction, helpful photos and tips straight from Heidi.
In the Simply Beaded Bliss eBook You’ll Learn:
- How to bead necklaces, earrings, bracelets and much more
- Basic beading techniques for creating jewelry, gifts and cards/li>
- Tips for making beaded jewelry combined with metal, chain, polymer, crystal, charms, glass, fabric and more
A Word From the Author:
"I hope these projects tickle your sense of humor and that you have fun exploring new media and techniques. You’ll come to expect second glances when you wear these BEAUTIFUL conversation pieces. Flip through the five chapters of different materials, then break out your stash of beads and tools and get ready to try something new. Don’t be discouraged—it’s really simple. As always, I’ve broken down everything into easy-to-follow steps. And the best part is that the new materials are readily available and inexpensive!" — Heidi Boyd
Check Out This Excerpt From Simply Beaded Bliss:
You’ll need several basic findings, such as crimp beads and tubes, and head and eye pins.
Crimp beads and tubes
are used to attach clasps to wire. Be sure to purchase crimps that will accommodate a double thickness of your stringing wire. Select a gold, silver, black, copper or antique finish to match the stringing wire and clasp.
Head pins and eye pins
are used to create dangles or link beaded elements. Head pins have a rounded flat end and eye pins have an open circle on one end. Head pins and eye pins come in different lengths in gold, silver, copper and antique metal finishes. Elaborate decorative head pins are often harder to manipulate. Fine sterling silver varieties are the easiest to shape.
are small metal rings that can be opened and closed to link different jewelry components together. They are available in different sizes and metal finishes. The most expensive rings are sterling silver and gold-filled.
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