Bead Table Wednesday, Tutorials

Bead Table Wednesday: Three 10-Minute Gift Ideas for Bird Lovers

Today on Bead Table Wednesday I shared three super quick and easy projects for the bird lovers on your gift list, and who doesn’t love birds? You can switch up colors and motifs to match your gift recipient. These projects are for any skill level, including beginners and uses just your basic jewelry pliers and a pair of wire cutters.

Watch the video here:

Video Resources:

Frosted Forest Earrings

Birds: VintajSalvage.etsy.com

Leaf charms and bead caps: YadanaBeads.etsy.com

Patina paints in Marble & White Gold and Vintaj buffing block: RusticRiverFinds.com

Enamel bead caps: GardanneBeads.Etsy.com

Wobbles: Humblebeads.com

Czech glass beads: LimaBeads.com

6″ 19 gauge steel wire: BrendaSchweder.Etsy.com 

Owl Forest Bracelet

Owl Toggle: Humblebeads.com

Chain: JoAnns.com

Jump rings, ball headpins: YadanaBeads.etsy.com

Etched jump rings: Vintaj.com

Czech glass: LimaBeads.com

Bramble Bird Pendant

Bird bead: Humblebeads.com

Leaf charm: FireflyDesignStudio.etsy.com

Small flower glass beads: BeadstoLiveBy.com

Jump rings, ball headpins: YadanaBeads.etsy.com

Etched jump rings: Vintaj.com

Czech glass and branch connectors (Nunn Designs): LimaBeads.com

5″ 19 gauge steel wire: BrendaSchweder.Etsy.com 

Join the Humblebeads Party!

A limited number of kits for the projects will be available on Friday at 3 pm EST in my Humblebeads Vip Party group on Facebook.

Ornament Blog Hop

I mentioned our 7th annual Ornament Blog Hop in the video, find all the details here! I’d love to have you play along. Don’t worry, I haven’t started mine yet either! The ornaments can be anything using a handmade component or art bead. This is an inclusive event, no matter what your celebrate or don’t during the season – create an ornament inspired by the season! We’ll share our creations here on the blog on December 7th!

 

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1 Comment

  1. Reply
    LuAnn H Kessi
    November 30, 2017 at 8:39 am

    Many thanks Heather for a wonderful and inspiring tutorial. You are a delight. I appreciate your time and talents. Wishing you a quick recovery and hope to see you on the sunny side of life real soon.
    My Best To You,
    LuAnn in Oregon
    luannkessi.blogspot.com

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