DIY Beaded Flowers with Twin Beads

It’s weekend and it’s time for our very own DIY beading! I always make it a point to at least have a DIY posted every weekend, be it beading or wire jewelry πŸ™‚ So here is what I have to share today – a DIY beaded flowers πŸ™‚


diy beaded flowers


Approximately, the size of the flower is 27.5mm. I created the flower using twin beads, 3mm pearls and 15/0 seed beads. I have a created a diagram and they’re self-explanatory so I hope you would be able to follow through πŸ™‚ Since creating the beaded flower would require a lot of step-ups, I suggest that you use invisible or Crystal color beading thread from Fireline so that no thread would be visible.



Here goes….









…and here they are! Now, imagine what you can do with these cute little flowers πŸ™‚


diy beaded flowers



Take a look at what I created. I arranged and link them together to form a necklace!


diy beaded flowers



I then attached a beaded chain and called it “Whimsical Beaded Necklace.” Like how our FB fans described the piece, it’s whimsical, casual but gorgeous πŸ™‚


diy beading whimsical beaded necklace




A Solo Tutorial for l141 Whimsical Beaded Necklace is already available. The PDF copy includes written instructions to support the diagrams, how to link the flowers, how to create the beaded chain and putting it all together πŸ™‚


The beadwork is designed in a way that will give you options what type of necklace you’d like to use. You can choose to attach the beadwork using plain stringed beads, a leather rope or maybe a ribbon. With the beaded chain style the beadwork turned into an elegant, casual, any occasion jewelry!











The Whimsical Beaded Necklace is also available under Gold Membership along with over 100 jewelry making tutorials, All tutorials listed on the Lessons Gallery are instantly available to Gold Members!


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Sky Aldovino

I am a self-taught beadweaver who loves to learn and share her knowledge on jewelry making through blogging and published tutorials you'll find at DIY Beading

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