Simply Sparkling Christmas Beading : Over 35 Beautiful Beaded Decorations and Gifts, Paperback

Simply Sparkling Christmas Beading : Over 35 Beautiful Beaded Decorations and Gifts Paperback

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Create dazzling beaded gifts and delightful decorations with over 35 beautiful beaded designs guaranteed to bring a sparkle to your home this Christmas!

In the first half of the book, learn how to decorate and brighten up your home with eye-catching beaded candle centrepieces and adorn your tree with an assortment of sparkly festive hangings.

In the second half of the book, learn how to create a stunning range of gorgeous beaded gifts and Christmas cards, and discover how to use beads to enhance your Christmas wrapping.

Discover the versatility of beads with colours and designs ranging from the classic to the contemporary, and when time is short there are quick projects too.

Each project has a concise list of what you will need and clear step-by-step instructions and photographs to guide you through a huge range of techniques, including bead loom weaving, bead stitches, bead embroidery and beads and wire.

At the back of the book, there is an in-depth techniques section which gives extra information for those new to beading so that everyone can join in the fun.


  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 112 pages, 250 colour photographs
  • Publisher: David & Charles
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Jewellery & beadcraft
  • ISBN: 9780715325438



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Another rummage sale find. I'm always a sucker for any sort of beading book. This is a Christmas book and I don't decorate for Christmas but still, I saw it and had to have it. There is a nice range of projects here, from the truly simple to the moderately complex. The photos are lovely but I didn't think the instructions were the clearest I'd ever seen- though it can be hard to tell from just reading the instructions while not actually attempting to do the projects.

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