Garden Joy

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“Garden Joy” Digital Beading Pattern Tutorial #1707

This “Garden Joy” bracelet is a fun and surprisingly simple project that creates quite a statement when finished! Full of luscious flowers and leaves, you can even make a stunning bracelet to reflect your garden’s flora for each season! With over 30 high resolution full color photos and easy to follow step by step directions, you’ll have a great new beading project to dive into! Happy beading!

Recommended Materials:
– 6lb FireLine beading thread
– #12 long beading needle
– Beading wire – I used Flex-rite .018” diameter 7 strand nylon-coated stainless steel micro-wire
– Flower and leaf beads – see below for more information
– 8/0 seed beads – for the spine of the bracelet
– 11/0 seed beads x (5) colors – I personally used (5) different colors, but you can use as many colors as you’d like
– 2x2mm crimp tubes
– Crimper tool
– Clasp – I used a lobster claw and closed jump ring
– Flush cutter

With this project, you can use whatever beads you’d like! There are so many different types of flower and leaf beads that the possibilities are endless! For my sample bracelets, I used center-drilled and top-drilled flower and leaf beads varying in size between 7-12mm, most that I purchased from Shipwreck Beads. I did not put my beads on in any particular order – I just interspersed the different shapes and colors throughout the bracelet. Below are some of the types of beads I used:

– Czech tulip beads 7x10mm
– Czech daisy disc flowers 8mm
– Flower petals 8mm
– Czech bell flowers 10x12mm
– Czech flower button beads 7mm
– Czech leaves 7x12mm

* If you have any trouble finding these materials at your bead store, check out Simple Bead Kits to see if we offer complete beading kits for this design. If not, contact us and request one!

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