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Using clever polymer clay blending techniques and gorgeous pearls to create this stunning statement necklace for your beach wedding or a holiday by the sea
Traditional brides will love the delicacy and prettiness of this bead stitched necklace with matching bracelet and earrings in pearly seed beads
Chain maille in icy silver and blue. Use Byzantine weave to create snowflakes on your wrist!
Learn how to make a Viking Weave necklace by following this 12-step project, perfect for beginners
Luxurious gold with rich jewel tones make this a bracelet full of opulence and elegance
You’ll be transported to an autumn forest with the copper and berry tones of the wirework pieces in this beautiful project. From headpiece to haircomb, you’ll have your back-to-nature wedding covered!
Some simple wirework and sewing is all you need to make these satin flowers. Use offcuts from dress alterations to create inexpensive, matching accessories
You’ll love the antiqued silver leaves that rustle with the honey coloured Freshwater Pearls in this delicate and delightfully understated charm bracelet
Take your Kumihimo to the next level with this flowery, beaded version of the beginner’s 16 cord braid
Combine one of these icy lampwork beads or all three with frosty silver findings for some extra special jewellery
Make yourself a Kumihimo weight to use with our Kumihimo flowergirl project
8 pairs of gorgeous earrings, perfect for a special occasion
This month we are featuring the Top 12 beaded rings inspired by an Indian wedding
Four different designers use the same pack of beads to create three pieces of jewellery. Be inspired!
Wedding beads and charms