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Twining a Cabochon form Both Sides

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I decided to make a DIY for cabochon twining. This method seems pretty and not so corny looking. Hope someone will need this information :) So, you need: - #11 Delica beads - #15 seed beads (Toho or tiny Czech — I took Czech beads because they are smaller) - also a little round beads #11, I used Toho - monofilament or threads - a beautiful double sided cabochon Use as many beads for the first row as you need to twine tightly.

Twining a Cabochon form Both Sides

I decided to make a DIY for cabochon twining. This method seems pretty and not so corny looking. Hope someone will need this information :) So, you need: - #11 Delica beads - #15 seed beads (Toho or tiny Czech — I took Czech beads because they are smaller) - also a little round beads #11, I used Toho - monofilament or threads - a beautiful double sided cabochon Use as many beads for the first row as you need to twine tightly.

I decided to make a DIY for cabochon twining. This method seems pretty and not so corny looking. Hope someone will need this information :) So, you need: - #11 Delica beads - #15 seed beads (Toho or tiny Czech — I took Czech beads because they are smaller) - also a little round beads #11, I used Toho - monofilament or threads - a beautiful double sided cabochon Use as many beads for the first row as you need to twine tightly.

Twining a Cabochon form Both Sides

I decided to make a DIY for cabochon twining. This method seems pretty and not so corny looking. Hope someone will need this information :) So, you need: - #11 Delica beads - #15 seed beads (Toho or tiny Czech — I took Czech beads because they are smaller) - also a little round beads #11, I used Toho - monofilament or threads - a beautiful double sided cabochon Use as many beads for the first row as you need to twine tightly.

I decided to make a DIY for cabochon twining. This method seems pretty and not so corny looking. Hope someone will need this information :) So, you need: - #11 Delica beads - #15 seed beads (Toho or tiny Czech — I took Czech beads because they are smaller) - also a little round beads #11, I used Toho - monofilament or threads - a beautiful double sided cabochon Use as many beads for the first row as you need to twine tightly.

Twining a Cabochon form Both Sides

I decided to make a DIY for cabochon twining. This method seems pretty and not so corny looking. Hope someone will need this information :) So, you need: - #11 Delica beads - #15 seed beads (Toho or tiny Czech — I took Czech beads because they are smaller) - also a little round beads #11, I used Toho - monofilament or threads - a beautiful double sided cabochon Use as many beads for the first row as you need to twine tightly.

I decided to make a DIY for cabochon twining. This method seems pretty and not so corny looking. Hope someone will need this information :) So, you need: - #11 Delica beads - #15 seed beads (Toho or tiny Czech — I took Czech beads because they are smaller) - also a little round beads #11, I used Toho - monofilament or threads - a beautiful double sided cabochon Use as many beads for the first row as you need to twine tightly.

Twining a Cabochon form Both Sides

I decided to make a DIY for cabochon twining. This method seems pretty and not so corny looking. Hope someone will need this information :) So, you need: - #11 Delica beads - #15 seed beads (Toho or tiny Czech — I took Czech beads because they are smaller) - also a little round beads #11, I used Toho - monofilament or threads - a beautiful double sided cabochon Use as many beads for the first row as you need to twine tightly.

I decided to make a DIY for cabochon twining. This method seems pretty and not so corny looking. Hope someone will need this information :) So, you need: - #11 Delica beads - #15 seed beads (Toho or tiny Czech — I took Czech beads because they are smaller) - also a little round beads #11, I used Toho - monofilament or threads - a beautiful double sided cabochon Use as many beads for the first row as you need to twine tightly.

Twining a Cabochon form Both Sides

I decided to make a DIY for cabochon twining. This method seems pretty and not so corny looking. Hope someone will need this information :) So, you need: - #11 Delica beads - #15 seed beads (Toho or tiny Czech — I took Czech beads because they are smaller) - also a little round beads #11, I used Toho - monofilament or threads - a beautiful double sided cabochon Use as many beads for the first row as you need to twine tightly.

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Twining a Cabochon form Both Sides

beads

I decided to make a DIY for cabochon twining. This method seems pretty and not so corny looking. Hope someone will need this information :) So, you need: - #11 Delica beads - #15 seed beads (Toho or tiny Czech — I took Czech beads because they are smaller) - also a little round beads #11, I used Toho - monofilament or threads - a beautiful double sided cabochon Use as many beads for the first row as you need to twine tightly.

Twining a Cabochon form Both Sides

I decided to make a DIY for cabochon twining. This method seems pretty and not so corny looking. Hope someone will need this information :) So, you need: - #11 Delica beads - #15 seed beads (Toho or tiny Czech — I took Czech beads because they are smaller) - also a little round beads #11, I used Toho - monofilament or threads - a beautiful double sided cabochon Use as many beads for the first row as you need to twine tightly.

I decided to make a DIY for cabochon twining. This method seems pretty and not so corny looking. Hope someone will need this information :) So, you need: - #11 Delica beads - #15 seed beads (Toho or tiny Czech — I took Czech beads because they are smaller) - also a little round beads #11, I used Toho - monofilament or threads - a beautiful double sided cabochon Use as many beads for the first row as you need to twine tightly.

Twining a Cabochon form Both Sides

I decided to make a DIY for cabochon twining. This method seems pretty and not so corny looking. Hope someone will need this information :) So, you need: - #11 Delica beads - #15 seed beads (Toho or tiny Czech — I took Czech beads because they are smaller) - also a little round beads #11, I used Toho - monofilament or threads - a beautiful double sided cabochon Use as many beads for the first row as you need to twine tightly.

I decided to make a DIY for cabochon twining. This method seems pretty and not so corny looking. Hope someone will need this information :) So, you need: - #11 Delica beads - #15 seed beads (Toho or tiny Czech — I took Czech beads because they are smaller) - also a little round beads #11, I used Toho - monofilament or threads - a beautiful double sided cabochon Use as many beads for the first row as you need to twine tightly.

Twining a Cabochon form Both Sides

I decided to make a DIY for cabochon twining. This method seems pretty and not so corny looking. Hope someone will need this information :) So, you need: - #11 Delica beads - #15 seed beads (Toho or tiny Czech — I took Czech beads because they are smaller) - also a little round beads #11, I used Toho - monofilament or threads - a beautiful double sided cabochon Use as many beads for the first row as you need to twine tightly.

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