The seed bead pattern, used in bead weaving form is a popular choice for making different creative ornaments. Bracelets made from vibrant colored beads are the trendiest of the lot. Here are some creative and interesting ways you may try your hands at in fashioning some beautiful and creative looking stuff.
Golden and red beads always look gorgeous when combined together to make simple jewelry like bracelets and earrings. You can use a four-color combination to create an even more striking combination.
Just go through the pattern once to find out how simply you can make this stunning bracelet yourself. Makes an excellent last minute gift idea as it does not even take long to finish.
These funky looking bracelets are a perfect pick for friendship bands. You may also attach a wider clasp with a personalized message on it.
Isn’t this glass bead bracelet stunning? Follow the easy steps to get this elegant looking piece for yourself.
The tiny copper finish beads are complimenting the blue ones nicely to bring out the vintage charm of this pattern.
This multi-colored, smart-looking seed bead loom bracelet can be worn by men as well as women. You may add other creative combinations of beads as per your choice.
You are just a few steps away from making this cool and cute bracelet. Contrast colors to give a creative look.
You can probably guess how simple this pattern would be just by looking at the picture once. But the simplicity of the design does not make it any less attractive.
If you are a first timer then check out this easy method of creating these unique golden tube bracelets. You can also make a matching beaded chain to complement the bracelet.
Here are some beautiful circle shaped bracelets that will look stunning when adorned on your wrist. You may try other creative shapes.
The gorgeous bangle-style bracelet is sure to be worth every penny you will spend to get the pattern, which includes detailed step by step instructions to make your job easier.
This multi-colored peyote patterned bracelet gives a sober look when worn with a flowing skirt or frock.
Now you know what you can do with all those spare seed beads from your last beading project. Whether you have just one colored beads or a combination of all shades and sizes, you are sure to find a pattern to suit your needs (and beads) in the above collection.
Published on January 22nd 2015 by Daphne Bennette