I have made a few of these teeny beaded post boxes now. They are so fun and quick to make.
The pattern is by thread a bead www.threadabead.com as part of their beaded village collection.
There’s a vid of this on my instagram!
A few months ago (I’m not so good at getting round to posting my creations) I made this beaded house for a friend’s birthday.
For the house shape, I used the gingerbread house from the Threadabead company (I love this company, they have some amazing beading patterns and kits that you can buy – check them out). I transferred the house pattern to paper and designed each side of the house, so that my pal had her own unique mini home. That’s her and her puppa going out for a walk.
I certainly learned somethings from this. I need to use beads with more contrast next time, so that the picture stands out more. You can see a video clip of this house on my Instagram.
There was tea, cake, biscuits and kitty beading patterns! Steph had made some pawsome treats for people to buy.
Not being able to eat dairy, I contributed these vegan meerCAT sweets to the cause!
purchased the pattern for this lovely paw print bracelet. I haven’t started it yet but will soon:) Whoop!
At the weekend I attended a fabulous workshop led by Chloe Menage of Pinkhot Jewellery. I first met Chloe when she was working at the Bead Shop in Nottingham. Chloe was setting up a new weekly Bead Group and I thought this would be an excellent way to meet and hang out with new beady friends. Oh my was I right:) I still go to the Bead Group today.
The weekend’s workshop was to mark Chloe’s 10th beading anniversary – when she started working at the Bead Shop in Nottingham. It was a make and take session and Chloe was teaching us how to make her disco beads.
It was great fun to make the beads, chatter and drink tea with fellow beaders and of course catch up with Chloe. Now I just have to make these lovely disco beads into earrings.