Flower Corsage Bracelet Beading Pattern
- This DIY beading pattern will teach you how to make a flower corsage bracelet with fire polished beaded flowers
- PDF beading tutorial you can instantly download and conveniently view on any computer or portable device (and/or print out).
- Complete Materials Page that itemizes exactly what you'll need (including approximate quantities) to make the project.
- Detailed instructions hold your hand every step of the way - including finishing off to size.
- Over 100 bright, clear, close-up photos showing what to do - a photo for each & every step!
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DIY Flower Corsage Bracelet with Beaded Flowers Using Peyote Stitch #406
Attention flower lovers, here’s an impressive beaded floral bracelet that’s as fun to make as it is to wear! Inspired by a customer’s request for a beaded flower corsage bracelet, we came up with this unique and elegant design and just fell in love with it. Packed with three sizes of flowers stitched up with fire polished beads and seed beads, this lovely beaded flower bracelet is perfect for spring and summer, not to mention any special occasions calling for a floral wrist corsage. Make it fun and casual by using bright and bold solid colors, or softer hues with transparent and half-coat finishes, in colors that match your spring and summer wardrobe. Or, make it formal for occasions such as a wedding, prom, evening dinner party, etc. Perfect for a bride (see our white and off-white sample), mother of the bride, bridesmaids, etc. It would even look fabulous in blacks, silvers, and gunmetal for formal evening wear year round. The possibilities are endless!
This simple beading pattern includes a detailed materials page, color information, over 100 high-resolution full-color photos and easy to follow step-by-step directions, and bead chart. While this bracelet looks complex, it’s actually a fairly simple design that’s fast, fun, and easy to make for beaders of all skill levels, including absolute beginners. And, we finished it off with a magnetic slide clasp, so it’s super easy to put on and take off by yourself. You’ll have fun with this one, and (if you're like us) will probably want to make it in more than one color scheme. And, why not? Any day is a great day when your wrist is adorned with colorful beaded flowers! Thank you for shopping Simple Bead Patterns and bead happy!
DIY jewelry making beading pattern by Cara & Lane Landry
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- Beading thread and needle
- Round beads - we used faceted fire polished beads
- Seed beads
- 3-strand slide clasp
- Flush cutter
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Substituting with Different Beads or Beading Materials
Many of our designs can be made using comparable beading materials. For example, if our pattern calls for 4mm round pearls, in most cases, you can use different types of 4mm round beads instead (such as 4mm round fire polished beads). Please note: If the pattern is for a bead weaving (or stitched) project, it's typically not recommended to use different sizes of beads than those recommended, as the original design may not work out as intended. You may also substitute recommended materials with your preferred brand (for example using Nymo vs. FireLine thread) unless otherwise noted for a specific reason. For example, if we specifically recommend using TOHO seed beads with a particular project, the project may not work out as well if you substitute and use Delica seed beads instead (which differ in shape).
Bead Color Information
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