Category Archives: Beaded Item

Falling Snow Snowman Bulb Cover Kit

Bulb Cover PhotoThis post is for the kit to make the “Falling Snow Snowman Bulb Cover”. The kit contains all the beads to make this bulb. You supply the needle, thread and any other items you use to do beadweaving.  This kit contains enough beads to create one bulb cover.  If you prefer not to make/assemble your own snowmen you can purchase the kit with them already assembled.  The link is provided below.  This item is sent through the mail vis USPS.

 

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Falling Snow Snowman Bulb Cover PDF and Kits Info

Bulb Cover for storeHere is the latest Christmas bulb cover I designed. It’s designed for beginners with some beading experience. They are quick to make so you can whip them out for Christmas gifts or to cover you tree!  You can order the instructions via a PDF file in my web store. I also have kits available. One is with all the beads and the second one is with the snowmen assembled for those of you beaders who don’t do wire or have tools. I will try to post a link to each one on here but the main “add to card” icon is for the pattern only.

This is a PDF file you are purchasing. Once your payment goes through you will get an email with a link to retrieve the pattern. PDF files are non-refundable.  Downloads are sent to the email address used to purchase the item.

Thank you for taking a look today,
Wanda

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For the kit with the pattern click the link below.  The kit contains the pattern and all the beads to make this bulb cover. You supply the needle, thread and any other items you use to do your beadweaving.  This kit contains enough beads to create one bulb cover.

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For the kit with the pattern with the snowmen already assembled, click the link below. The kit contains the pattern and all the beads to make the bulb cover. You supply the needle, thread and any other items you use to do your beadweaving. The kit contains enough beads to create one bulb cover.

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Beaded Jellyfish Pendant

Today I would like to share with you a beaded jellyfish that I made.  What was most amazing was that I actually had the beads here to make it.  I have zillions of beads but when it comes to making a project, I often don’t have the right size or color.  I did have to improvise a bit on the very top of the jellyfish because my opening was a bit too big, but I just kept repeating and reducing the pattern until the opening was big enough for the headpin.

This jelly fish was >made using glass pearls I had actually gotten at Michael’s during one of their big sales.  I liked them because they were a rainbow or maybe AB glazed white pearls.  There were four strands on one hang tag. I bought it because I liked the fact that I got four different size pearls to work with on one purchase, plus they were pretty.  Yup, pretty really sells it for me!!!

The pattern listed pink pearls for the smaller ones but I didn’t have any pink. But I did have the correct size in cream, so that is what I used. I made what I had work because what I had was the right size.  I am trying not to order more stuff I don’t need before I try using what I have and so far I’m doing pretty good. I will never use up my bead stash but I am sure trying to make what I have work with what I want to make.

You can get the pattern for this jellyfish here.  I will have this necklace set up for sale in my webstore.  I just wanted to make one, I didn’t know what I was going to do with it.  So I decided to sell it and move on to another project I have already started.  You can see it in my secure webstore here.

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Thank you so much for having a look today,
Wanda

 

The Countess Beaded Christmas Bulb

The Countess bulb is a fun bulb to bead. It’s got some easy to find elements.  There’s seed beads, fircontess bulbe-polished beads and pearls.  Work up the pattern and add your bulb.  This is the first bulb I have made that is not encased by the beads.  It’s my first “dangling” bulb.  These bulb covers are nice because if the bulb breaks, you just carefully clean up the mess and slip it on a new bulb.  And they are easier to ship too.  No more worrying if the delicate bulb will make it through the mail.  I am planning on designing a few more bulbs like this in the future. I’d say near future but I get too busy with other projects and I get the bulbs done when I can.

You can purchase the pattern by clicking the icon below, it will take you to my secure web store.

This is a PDF file you are purchasing. Once your payment goes through you will get an email with a link to retrieve the pattern. PDF files are non-refundable.

$6.00 Add to cart

Thank you for stopping by today,

Wanda

Frosted Flakes Beaded Bulb

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Add a bit of color to your Christmas tree or another beaded bulb to your collection.  This beaded Christmas bulb is fun to make and has easy to follow step by step instructions.  Here you get to play with various sizes of seed beads, glass pearls and twin beads. I find using larger beads, such as twin beads, projects seem to go together more quickly. Probably because of the size of the beads.  I had fun designing this bulb and I created a pattern for it. The beads are stitched over a 2-1/2″ diameter glass Christmas bulb.

This is a PDF file you are purchasing. Once your payment goes through you will get an email with a link to retrieve the pattern. PDF files are non-refundable.

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Beaded Scarf

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This is made with a mix of #15 and #11 seed beads. Glass pearls and rondelles.  I did enjoy making this.  I plan on putting it in my web store to sell and after it sells I will probably start another one!

You will need about 50 grams of 11/0 seed beads and about 50 grams of 15/0 seed beads.

Once purchased you should get an email telling you how to download the pattern.  Thank you.

A pattern is now available in my secure web store. (6-17-16)  PDF files are non-refundable.

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Thank you for visiting today, 

Wanda

Sir Windchill Beaded Snowman

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Sir Windchill is a fun beaded snowman I created using seed beads and Rivolis!  He was fun to create.  I made mine into a pin.  He would make an adorable tree ornament too!  I have made quite a few of these little guys.  I sell them at my local craft fairs.  I change up the color of the scarf to give the shoppers a little variety in purchasing him.

I have worked up a pattern for this guy and it can be purchased in my web store.  It’s an instant download, so after you purchase it online, you can begin working on him the very same day!! I LOVE instant downloads!

Sir Windchill is comprised of seed beads and Rivolis.  He is an intermediate beader pattern. The stitches you need to know to make him are circular peyote and cubic right angle weave.

Click on “shop” at the top of the site to purchase from my secure web store.  PDF files are non-refundable.

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Oh Meow Beaded Cat

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Oh Meow is a fun beaded kitty I created using seed beads and Rivolis!  It was fun to create.  I made mine into a pin.  I have made quite a few of these little kitties.  I sell them at my local craft fairs.

This is an instant download, so after you purchase it online, you can begin working on him the very same day!! I LOVE instant downloads!

Oh Meow is comprised of seed beads and Rivolis.  This is an intermediate beader pattern. The stitches you need to know to make it are circular peyote and cubic right angle weave.

Click on “shop” at the top of the site to purchase from my secure web store.  PDF files are non-refundable.

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Herbert the Hedgehog Beaded Critter

herbert450x450Herbert the Hedgehog is my latest beaded creation.  He has gotten a lot of attention at my bead classes and I’m very excited to be teaching him!

I put a pin back on the belly so I can wear him on my lapel or jacket!  I honestly don’t know how the idea came to me but when it did I had a lot of fun with it.  It did take me three tries to get the head right.  The first one was way to long and he looked like an anteater!  So I shortened it up a bit and it was still too long.  Third time was a charm.  I got the face/head length just right and I attached it to the body.  I was SO excited when I got it finished.  I just liked how he turned out!

I will also be adding more beading patterns to my secure web store in the upcoming weeks.  PDF files are non-refundable.

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Thank you SO much for visiting today,

Wanda