There are those beautiful beads where one bead sits in another and I’m always asking myself how they’re doing them.
Desiree shows us how you can make a bead into a bead with polymer clay – wunderful!
Bead-N-Bead (Lost Wax) Project
Sometimes you need a nice background and I recommend the Tartan Maker for all those who like Tartan patterns.
On the picture I tried to make a Tartan which matches the blog.
Matches great, doesn’t it?
After having played around with Crazy Daisies (see links below) I found out that you can make a ring from them very easily.
You take a Crazy Daisy (instructions see links below) and attach a ring ;-)
In this case I made and attached a simple, single-coloured Kumihimo strap from the same yarn I used for the Crazy Daisy.
I could have used a simple wire ring, similar to the River Troll Ring, a woven ring, a macramé ring similar to the Beaded Macramé Bracelet, a fingerlooped ring, a crocheted or knitted ring, a simple beaded ring, a Peyote Ring, etc etc etc ;-))
Here at unikatissima:
Crazy Daisies II
Rings and similar items here at unikatissima:
River Troll Ring
Beaded Macramé Bracelet
Aren’t they wonderful?
I couldn’t try the leaves yet but they are quite high on my Just-come-on-list.
The original site doesn’t exist any more and is now available through webarchive: Peyote Leaves