Beads and wire.


Hatpins that I have made.
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Hatpins that I made from Bead and wire.

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 Hatpins and a beaded princess.

Amber and gold hatpins that I have made used for Dolly Scrapbook layout.

D monogram on tags that I have made used for Dolly Scrapbook layout.

Black hat-pins that I have made used in L is for Linda Scrapbook layout.

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Mirrie.

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Cards from the Past.
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Hat-pin sketch1

Making Hatpins. 

I like to start with a wire loop, then I thread my largest bead, then smaller beads in between, large, medium and small beads, I then add smaller beads, with smallest beads in between and I then end with a crimping bead. I prefer making three hatpins in one color, but in different hues.

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Orange and gold Hatpins.

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Amber and gold.

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Blue and silver.

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Olive.

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Purple.

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Black and silver.

Monogram L that I have made used in L is for Linda Scrapbook layout.

Wire and bead embellishment for tag that I have made.
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Hatpins and a safety pin that I have made.

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Beaded flowers.
Tutorial from the book
Teach Yourself VISUALLY Scrapbooking” Paperback 
by Rebecca Ludens (Author), Jennifer Schmidt (Author)

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Monogram M.

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Hatpins and a monogram L (for Linda).

RelatedBeautiful work by a talented Finnish artist.

Beads / Abalorios / Perles

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Making Hatpins.
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More Hatpins.
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2 Responses to Beads and wire.

  1. Sartenada says:

    Wow. They are beautiful. I enjoyed this post very much. My wife has beads as a hobby and mane many bead things.

    This is my favorite:

    How to make a beaded bracelet?

    Have a wonderful day!

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