LIGHT SNOWFLAKE - Beading Tutorial with Rivoli and Bugle Beads

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LIGHT SNOWFLAKE - Downloadable PDF Beading Tutorial.

Little seven sides snowflake that can be used as a Christmas ornament, earrings, if made as pair, or pendant.

This is a fun beading project with crystal Rivoli and bugle beads, rather easy and fast to make.

• A Digital Beading Pattern as.pdf file, which includes:
- photo with the finished ornament,
- list of all needed materials and tools, including bead colors and numbers,
- detailed instruction with text and photos.

Project level:
Intermediate, but and Advanced Beginner should be able to complete this beading project

Techniques used:
Right Angle Weave

14mm Rivoli
3mm and 6mm bugle beads
11/0 and 15/0 Japanese Toho round seed beads
4mm fire polished beads
Size B beading thread

Diameter of beaded element – 3.8 cm (1.5 inches)



IMPORTANT: You are buying a digital beading pattern. NO finished ornament will be mailed. The tutorial is a PDF file, written entirely in English language whith clear photos and text to follow. You will need Acrobat Reader to open this document.

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An original BeadedTreasury Design (© 2023 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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