I found a web site that contains more templates for paper beads. The author calls it a “cheat sheet”. Since I can’t seem to embed it, I’ll add the link. The web site is called Cut Out and Keep. From my laptop I can’t quite seem to read the exact measurements for the beads, but I don’t think it matters. The goal is the finished shape.
For those of you who make paper beads, I hope it sparks your interests and ideas.
Special Note: Thanks to everyone at Cut Out and Keep.
It is mid-August, but it is not too early to start saving red and green paper for your recycled paper Christmas gifts. For example, this red toothpaste box has so much potential.
I also love the irony of making paper jewelry from jewelry store advertisements. The paper below should make nice paper beads for Christmas jewelry.
Here’s to all of the recyclers out there!
For summer I created a pink stretch bracelet using recycled paper.
So many people make perfectly lovely stretch bracelets, but for some reason I like stretch bracelets to be a bit on the big and bold side. It still fits tight around the wrist, but the paper beads are larger than most paper beads.
Most people are probably thinking of fall now, and I’m just sharing pink and white. Oh well, I suppose it is just a matter of vision…..and timing….
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