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Amber Waves
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Amber Waves

CodeABT-20160211-01

Czech glass honeycomb beads are the perfect shape for creating interesting patterns in your designs. The sides nest up to each other perfectly and each bead features two stringing holes, so the bead weaving possibilities are endless. Cheri created this bracelet to show just how easy it is to create mesmerizing designs with these beads!

  • BrandKO Thread
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Dragon Scales
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Dragon Scales

CodeABT-20141218-01

SuperDuos and SuperUnos combine to create a look of Dragon Scales in these bracelets. When woven together, SuperDuos take on a magical scaly texture and the SuperUno beads add fun fringe. Learn how to make these bracelets and then choose beads in your favorite colors to put your own twist on this design!

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Square Stitch Video
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Square Stitch Video

CodeABV-20150701-01
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Mossy Trail
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Mossy Trail

CodeABT-20161110-04

Rich colors create an earthy look of a Mossy Trail in this beaded bracelet. Cynthia used the domed shape of Czech glass Candy beads to add dimension to this pattern. Learn how to make this bracelet and then choose your favorite colors for a style all your own.

  • BrandKO Thread
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Anastasia
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Anastasia

CodeABT-20161020-01

Arcos par Puca beads and Minos par Puca beads are the perfect match in this beaded beauty! The barrel shape of the Minos par Puca beads fit perfectly within the crescent shape of the Arcos par Puca beads. Cheri even used the unique shape of these beads to create a beaded toggle clasp to complete her creation. Learn how to make this bracelet for yourself and switch up the colors for your own take.

  • BrandTOHO, KO Thread
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Autumn Free Fall
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Autumn Free Fall

CodeABT-20160922-01

Two-hole beads open up a world of possibility for your jewelry designs! Cynthia used Kheops par Puca triangle beads along with Miyuki Half Tila beads to create a fun pattern in these dangling earrings. You can discover even more two-hole beads and jewelry inspiration in this Artbeads Cafe episode.

  • BrandKO Thread, Miyuki
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Hypnotic Blocks
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Hypnotic Blocks

CodeABT-20150521-01

Sometimes the simplest of techniques are made extraordinary by the right color pattern. Cheri came up with this captivating pattern for her loomed bracelet and the results are truly enchanting. The pop of shining silver really makes the block design come alive in a mesmerizing way. Learn how to make this bracelet and add Hypnotic Blocks to your style!

  • BrandMiyuki, KO Thread
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Incan Treasure
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Incan Treasure

CodeABT-20161006-01

Arcos par Puca crescent beads make it possible to create amazing shapes in your style! These Czech glass beads feature three stringing holes, so bead weaving with these beauties becomes quite exciting. Cheri incorporated them along with other golden beads in her Incan Treasure earrings.

  • BrandTOHO, KO Thread
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Time to Tango
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Time to Tango

CodeABT-20151203-09

Czech glass tango beads feature unique triangle shapes with two stringing holes. These beads can provide your designs with amazing style! Artbeads designer Cheri used them to form a colorful diamond shape in her earrings. Switch up the colors to make this style all your own.

  • BrandSwarovski, KO Thread
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Honeycomb
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Honeycomb

CodeABT-20160416-01

Brightly sparkling color sweetens up this simple beaded design. This bracelet combines Swarovski bicones and crystal pearls in a cubic right angle weave for a design dripping in style. It's a beautiful choice for spring, especially Mother's Day! The soft yellow colors will make a delicious addition to any look. This bracelet is made using the cubic right angle weave (CRAW).

  • BrandSwarovski, KO Thread
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Smoldering Fire
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Smoldering Fire

CodeABT-20170518-01

The unique Czech glass Cali beads in this bracelet feature three stringing holes, giving you fun possibilities for your beaded creations. Cheri paired the Cali beads with Druks and seed beads for a look that gleams with fiery rose gold and bold black. It's sure to put you in mind of the glowing coals of a Smoldering Fire.

  • BrandTOHO, KO Thread
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Flower Fest
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Flower Fest

CodeABT-20160728-05

Flowers and tassels create cheerful style in these sweet bracelets. The tassels are easy to make, so try this project with your kids! It's a great project for moms and daughters to do together. The mother of pearl beads allow you to switch up the color palettes to suit your tastes. For our instructions, we'll explain how to make the purple tassel bracelet.

  • BrandKO Thread, Griffin
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Yipes It's Stripes
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Yipes It's Stripes

CodeABT-20150409-04

Colorful chevron stripes turn this bracelet into an eye-catcher! Cheri created this fabulous pattern and knew she had to try it out on the Ricks beading loom. The colors look like a rainbow splash of fun! Learn how to make this bracelet and make sure everyone notices your colorful style.

  • BrandKO Thread, Miyuki
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Morning Glory
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Morning Glory

CodeABT-20160317-05

These bright earrings are cheerful from top to bottom! Sweet floral links decorate the inside of the chain frames, while delicate tassels dangle below. The trendy rose gold color is sure to make a splash in your style. Learn how to make these earrings and let your jewelry shine.

  • BrandKO Thread, B&B Benbassat
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Victoriana
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Victoriana

CodeABT-20141225-02

This bracelet combines the old world charm of lace and Kabela Design components with the sparkle of Swarovski. Beautiful little charms add to the Victorian beauty on display in this bracelet. Lace is a fun foundation for jewelry designs that can be embellished in unique ways. Learn how to make this bracelet and discover how you can use lace in your projects!

  • BrandArtbeads, KO Thread
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Far Out
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Far Out

CodeABT-20161201-02

With the Ricks beading loom, you can create psychedelic patterns within your jewelry. Cheri crated her own pattern full of mesmerizing swirls in groovy colors. You can see more of this bracelet and find more inspiration for creating loomed jewelry in this Artbeads Cafe episode.

  • BrandMiyuki, KO Thread
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Hopeful
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Hopeful

CodeABT-20130912-01

Create a beautiful message of hope in your jewelry with our templates for creating breast cancer awareness bracelets. Choose from bracelets displaying the word "Hope" or "Survivor" to show everyone that you are fighting for a cause close to your heart. These bracelets are made using The Ricks Beading Loom.

  • BrandMiyuki, KO Thread
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Beyond the Blue Horizon
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Beyond the Blue Horizon

CodeABT-20140424-01

With the Artbeads Designer Seed Bead Blends, you can work with perfectly coordinated colors to create beautiful designs! Teri made this herringbone bracelet using the Blueberry Pie Seed Bead Blend. It was easy to create a fun pattern with the gorgeous blue tones of the Blend. You're sure to be inspired by the amazing color palettes on display!

  • BrandArtbeads, KO Thread
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Blythe
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Blythe

CodeABT-20140710-01

Delicate beauty graces every inch of this bracelet. Peyote stitch creates the foundation of this treasure, while rose petal beads add floral elegance. The sweet color palette brings every bead together in sophisticated harmony. When you make this bracelet, you'll fall in love with every detail!

  • BrandTOHO, KO Thread
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Chantilly Cream
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Chantilly Cream

CodeABT-20141225-01

Creamy and delicate lace is decorated with elegant beads in this bracelet and earring set. Dashes of dusky pink sparkle from the Swarovski beads make this a sweet set you can wear in weddings, for Valentine's Day or any other time of year! The patterns in the lace lay the foundation for how to add the beads, so different types of lace will inspire you in new ways.

  • BrandSwarovski, KO Thread
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Pixie Dust
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Pixie Dust

CodeABT-20160212-03

Ethereal colors create a pixilated look in this right angle weave bracelet. The right angle weave technique allows you to create unique patterns in your jewelry designs. Here, Czech glass pearl beads create blossoms of beautiful color in the pattern. Learn how to make this bracelet and then switch up the colors to suit your style!

  • BrandKO Thread, TierraCast
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SuperDuo Delights
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SuperDuo Delights

CodeABT-20141204-01

SuperDuos allow you to create jewelry that looks unique! Cynthia created these simple bracelets with her favorite SuperDuos and one of our exclusive Artbeads Designer Seed Bead Blends. You can use your favorite seed beads and SuperDuos to create your own version of these SuperDuo Delights!

  • BrandMiyuki, TOHO, KO Thread, Artbeads
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Riches of Rome
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Riches of Rome

CodeABT-20150827-02

The Ancient Roman Empire was known for opulence, art and power. Emperors and fine ladies would have surely adorned themselves with jewelry like this bracelet. Seed beads in rich purple and gold colors add a striking balance to the enchanting Miyuki Half Tila beads at the center of this herringbone design. Make this bracelet for yourself and add regal Roman style to your collection of treasures!

  • BrandTOHO, KO Thread, Miyuki
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Bijou
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Bijou

CodeABT-20140515-01

This stunning bracelet combines layers of soutache with dazzling cup chain and eye-catching gleams of silver light. Pops of green color complete the fabulous look. This bracelet is a treat to look at with all of its glittering style. Follow the steps to make this bracelet and learn new techniques for incorporating beads and cup chain into your soutache designs.

  • BrandSwarovski, KO Thread, BeadSmith
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