DIY Midas Crown Bead Ring Patterns from Living with Three Moon Babies. I’ve been going through my blog fixing broken links and so many DIY blogs are just dead and gone - including their archives. If you like a pattern download it ASAP before it’s gone too.
This tutorial uses the brick and ladder bead stitch. From Fire Mountain Gems - excellent simple tutorials. This is a link to all their beading tutorials. You can also go on YouTube and find lots of tutorials.
truebluemeandyou: Toilet Paper Roll Necklace and Earrings. For my blogging friend (you know who you are) who I do give a crap about and I know will totally get this post i.e. toilet paper roll crafts.
Beaded Toilet Paper Necklace and Earrings. Because nothing says, “I
don’t give a crap about you!” better than toilet paper jewelry.etsy.com/listing/118407588/toilet-paper-necklace LiciaBeads says:
Maybe I should go to bed sooner, but some of the best ideas come up late at night, sometimes while in the bathroom. Use them as a reminder that you need to purchase TP. Remember to check that there is TP in that restroom stall before doing your business. Remind a friend of that “one time that thing happened”. Wear while camping, not all jewelry is suitable camping, but these get the point across.
They are rolled over the top, as this is the proper way for TP to be placed into the roller, but I suppose you can wear it “backwards” if you are feeling sassy… (sorry, it doesn’t unroll).
DIY Gold Beaded Mockingjay Moccasin Restyle Tutorial. I saw these yesterday on One Artsy Mama’s Round One of a Beading Contest but the bloggers names were kept secret. So I was happy to find the tutorial today on Practically Functional’s site here. *You could of course do this on so many other things besides moccasins. EDIT: This entry lost - I can’t believe it! It was the only thing I posted out of all the entries!
truebluemeandyou: Petyote Stitch Tutorials. Really the basics for beading anything.
DIY Tutorial Series on the Peyote Stitch. I’ve been following the Craft Snob Blog for this series because I’ve always wanted to learn the peyote stitch. Tutorials: Part 1 - Basic Supplies Needed here, Part 2 - Learning The Basics of the Peyote Stitch here, and finally Part 3 - Peyote Stitched Cuff here.