AIRY SNOWFLAKE Ornament Beading Tutorial

Item Description

Winter / Christmas Beading Tutorial - AIRY SNOWFLAKE Ornament.

This is a easy to make and fast beading project, lightweight and airy like a real snowflake, only it doesn't melt, but stays as a beautiful winter and Christmas decoration and jewelry.

You will receive one .pdf file written in English which includes:

- finished product image,
- list of all needed materials and tools, including bead colors and numbers,
- detailed step by step tutorial with pictures and text.

Project level:
Advanced Beginner / Intermediate

Techniques used:
Peyote stitch
Peyote bezel

Materials needed:
- 12mm Round Rivoli,
- 11/0 Myiuki Delica seed beads,
- 15/0 Japanese seed beads,
- 3 mm and 12 mm bugle bead,
- two-hole Gemduo beads.

Finished size of the ornament:
Diameter – 6.3 cm (2.5 inches)



IMPORTANT: You are buying a digital beading pattern. NO finished ornament will be mailed. The pattern inscludes .pdf files written entirely in English language whith clear bead chart and instructions to follow. You will need Acrobat Reader to open these documents.

INSTANT DOWNLOAD is available. When you make your first purchase, you will be given an account automatically with a short password. You will receive an invoice via email with  your new username and password at the bottom, and a hyperlink to each of the patterns you just bought so you can download. If you forget the password, you can have a new one sent by selecting "Request new passowrd" in the Log In section (which appears at the bottom of each page of the website).

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An original BeadedTreasury Design (© 2022 Iulia Postica. All rights reserved). This pattern is for personal use only. It cannot be sold, shared, republished (online and off-line), redistributed, translated without permission, or edited in any way – in part or in whole. However you have permission to sell finished beaded jewelry made from this tutorial. Please always credit me as a designer.

Feel free to email me with any questions and thanks for stopping by!

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