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textile pendants - love these!

textile pendants - love these!

Baby Friendly Jewelry by Monkey and Mum

Baby Friendly Jewelry by Monkey and Mum

Fabric Covered Beads - tutorial

Fabric Covered Beads - tutorial

Fabric necklaceBolo style bohemian hippie necktie

Fabric necklaceBolo style bohemian hippie necktie

Colourful and original necklace made out of recycled old clothes and fabric parts

Colourful and original necklace made out of recycled old clothes and fabric parts

paper beads

paper beads

fabric necklace

fabric necklace

For all those paper crafters who love jewelry too–this is for you! Paper beads are easy to make and you get to use your favorite papers to create your very own jewelry. It's so simple, trace and cut your desired bead shape, roll, seal and let dry. This template has 8 different bead shapes

For all those paper crafters who love jewelry too–this is for you! Paper beads are easy to make and you get to use your favorite papers to create your very own jewelry. It's so simple, trace and cut your desired bead shape, roll, seal and let dry. This template has 8 different bead shapes

Alma Stoller: How to Make Fabric Beads

Alma Stoller: How to Make Fabric Beads

word beads: take a paperback book, tear out the pages, cut pages in strips horizontally with an exacto knife, trim the edge of a strip you want to use so a word shows, wet the first inch of the other end of the strip with water, wet the toothpick, mod podge both sides, twirl the strip, press end tight for a moment, coat with more mod podge, stick toothpick in scrap styrofoam to dry, remove bead using needle nose pliers and, voilà! you can watercolor the page if you want colored beads, too!

word beads: take a paperback book, tear out the pages, cut pages in strips horizontally with an exacto knife, trim the edge of a strip you want to use so a word shows, wet the first inch of the other end of the strip with water, wet the toothpick, mod podge both sides, twirl the strip, press end tight for a moment, coat with more mod podge, stick toothpick in scrap styrofoam to dry, remove bead using needle nose pliers and, voilà! you can watercolor the page if you want colored beads, too!