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You and your little one will both be impressed with this incredible woven design that's simple to make. This pattern is inspired by the stylish Chan Luu woven bracelets, so you both can look fashionable!
- BrandGriffin, FireLine
Beading parties are a great way to stay creative and spend time with friends! We recently had a beading party here at Artbeads with beads laid out for a bracelet-making episode of the Artbeads Cafe. We came up with lots of different looks using some of the same beads. To see what bracelets Cynthia and Cheri made for the Artbeads Cafe, check out the episode here.
- BrandTierraCast, Swarovski, Raven's Journey, Dakota Stones
Peyote stitch rings are fun to make and comfortable to wear. With the uniform shape of the Delica beads, you can use the smallest size without difficulty. It's great to practice and they work up quickly. You could be wearing a new ring in less than a couple of hours. Let's get started. These rings are created using an even-count Peyote stitch in size 15 or 11 Delicas. The beads come in amazing mixes that are pleasing alone. A solid color looks cool too!
It's easy to create a flat kumihimo braid full of beautiful colors and you can use it in so many ways. Create a belt, use it as a foundation for your necklaces and bracelets, make a headband and more! Follow these steps to start creating your own flat kumihimo braids.
Tube sliders make easy and fun jewelry designs in minutes. Follow our step by step instructions to find out how to use them. They are sold individually, so be sure to purchase accordingly! These bracelets make great gifts for men and women alike.
Learn how to add a clasp to knotted pearl designs for a polished and professional design full of style. Knotting between pearls is a popular way to secure strands and incorporating the right clasp will add even more security. With this tutorial, you'll discover how to add a clasp in a seamless manner.
These wrap bracelets continue to be popular. You can make them as long as you like or just one wrap around the wrist. You can use chain instead of beads for a different look or try bigger beads for a quick project. Find fun wrap bracelet inspiration in our Learning Center, like our Gaelic Weave Bracelet or Mommy and Me project, Dragonfly Roundup.
Want to create a dazzling display of seed beads around your favorite cabochon for a remarkable hand-made bezel? This simple two-bead backstitch is perfect for beginners. We'll show you how to create a border around a large pendant, and then how to embellish it with floral accents. Just choose your favorite cabochon or pendant to work with and thread in a complementing color. We are using red in order for you to better see it. The first thing you will need to do is glue your component to one piece of bead backing using Gem-Tac permanent adhesive. Allow the adhesive to dry completely.
Cut a long piece of thread for your project. A good rule of thumb when making seed bead designs is to use no longer than an arm's length. Thread one beading needle and tie a knot at the end to secure. Condition the thread with beeswax or Thread Heaven.
A clever use of chain and bead caps creates a cage for the bird at the center of this earring design! You can use an Artbeads Designer Blend or any other beads to make this look your own. See how Cynthia and Jen made these earrings and discover other great jewelry ideas in this Artbeads Cafe episode.
A Tick-Tock Tree can't tell the time, but it can become a statement of timeless style! Wire and watch parts come together to form a twisted tree pendant that blends the industrial with the organic. Learn this technique and you can make your own tree pendants. Fill the branches with watch parts like we did, or add beads in your favorite colors.
Amazing copper shine fills these jewelry pieces. Jennie paired twinkling fire-polished beads in all kinds of sizes with warm Artbeads Designer Wire, for a fiery look everyone will notice. You can make endless variations of this design once you learn the simple technique. It's all right here in this Artbeads Cafe episode.
- BrandArtbeads, Wubbers
Simple loops are the foundation to all wire work. If you are going to explore wire use in your bead projects, you absolutely must learn this technique.
Regaliz leather is great for quick and beautiful bracelets that will suit any style. As these bracelets show, you can make designs that are full of punk style, earthy sophistication or colorful flair. The components we used can be mixed and matched however you want and they are easily personalized to suit your style.
- BrandClay River Designs, Regaliz
Put a whimsical touch of sparkle in your designs with our Fairy Lantern idea. These are perfect for using in earrings, necklaces or anywhere you please! Customize this technique with bugle beads and bicones of your choosing to create colorful links and dangles.
- BrandTOHO, Swarovski, Nymo
If you want a shorter or longer bail, simply cut your wire different lengths. Play with this technique to figure out what looks best to your eye. You can also layer charms onto the front of your pendants to give them more personality.
This cute little bunny will make an impression, whether it's used as a napkin ring for a special Easter dinner or placed elsewhere around the home. This bunny by Eri Attebery is a bit more complicated to make than some of the other designs on our website, but we've included step-by-step instructions with helpful pictures to guide you through the entire process.
- BrandBeadalon, FireLine, Swarovski
Making your own wire hoops will allow you to truly customize your style. They look great smooth or hammered. This tutorial will teach you how to make hoops in both styles. Learn these simple techniques to start adding hoops to your earring projects!
Like a soothing morning dew drop gracing the soft petals of a rose, these simple earrings will refresh your style with subtle, romantic color. They take just minutes to make, and would be the perfect gift idea for someone special.
Some types of chain, like beading chain, features a tightly woven design. Sometimes you can't simply link to this chain with a jump ring. However, there are other beautiful ways to finish this chain. Take a look and start creating jewelry you love!
End caps and crimp ends can provide professional looking results to your jewelry pieces. As indicated by the name, they are most often used to finish the ends of jewelry. We have expanded our selection of end caps and crimp ends to accommodate your every need. We have a large assortment to choose from and here we will show you some tips on how to use the different styles in your jewelry.
This braided bracelet is full of wild style! The texture and neutral colors are perfect for any urban jungle setting. You'll love wearing it to work, parties and anywhere in between.
If you need a last-minute corsage idea for your wedding, why not create one that will last forever? This WireLace rose has the delicate look of a real flower, but will never wilt! It will add floral beauty to the bridal party's ensemble and can be treasured as a keepsake for years to come.
- BrandWireLace, Artistic Wire
Pearls symbolize beauty, transformation and wisdom. Whatever next step your little girl takes in her life, show her how much she is revered with this graduated pearl necklace. It's a special gift she will cherish for years to come.
- BrandGriffin, Swarovski, Beadalon
This beautiful necklace features Swarovski crystal pearls in the enchanting Iridescent Green color. This swanky style statement will dress up any look and it's the perfect accent for holiday wear! Add it to your Christmas or New Year's Eve wardrobe or use it as a sophisticated accent on any night out.
- BrandSwarovski, Artbeads