Friday, 1 November 2013

Recycled Flat Bead Tutorial

Hello beautiful! Yes I have a new tutorial for you, so grab you recycling and let's go! Here's what we're making:


They're very easy, a little time consuming depending on what design difficulty you go for but I'll talk more about that in the video. Gorgeous aren't they? Soon as I have time I'll be making a whole stash of these. 


Here's the video - let me know what you think about this one and please feel free to share any pics of your own beads on my facebook page, I'd love to see them =)


Much love

18 comments:

  1. Thank You, I absolutly love them. I will pick up some supplies and give them a try. My mind is swarming with ideas. Great tutorial.

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  2. Jennie -
    Fabulous idea, sheer genius! What a beautiful way to use packaging that would normally be thrown away. Thank you so much for the video. Off to rumage through my recyle bin - LOL!

    Elaine Allen

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  3. Awesome!! I'm going out into our recycling containers and pulling all the packaging out. This is really awesome, I can not wait to try. Thank you for sharing !!

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  4. This was a bit odd! Just today, I thought I would sit down and do a few little things of cardboard to hang on my Journals, and then shows you this amazing idea! Thanks for that, now I will not have to experiment yourself. :)

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  5. These look amazing. Great way to recycle. I'll give it a try. Great tutorial. Johanne L.

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  6. livethegoldenrule2 November 2013 at 02:59

    I love your work. You are so clever! I cannot throw anything away, so this will be perfect for me to use up some of my saved packaging ;D I was also thinking about rolling the edges with glitter to hide the layer edges if you wanted to. Really enjoyed this. Thanks so much!

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  7. I love this tutorial. It is so cool I really thought they were glass beads.'
    WOW.
    Thanks so much for sharing that.

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  8. Oops, I accidentally hit the thumbs down and can't change it to thumbs up but I really like this idea. I'm always looking for ways to recycle and your tutorials have been inspiring. Apologies for the wrong thumb and thanks for all you do.

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  9. Hola!! están muy lindos e ingeniosos tratare de hacerlo gracias por el tutorial, soy su seguidora, saludos!!!

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  10. Another wonderful tutorial Jennibellie. You never cease to amaze me! Thanks so much! Hugs! deb

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  11. So recycling! So clever! I love it! Thank you so much!

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  12. Love these! I have a pretty patterned chocolate bar wrapper I've been trying to decide what to do with and I think some flat beads are in order! No reason the top layer has to be cardboard! :-)

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  13. magnifiques perles coeur de carton, cela nous donne pleins d idées nouvelles merci, du partage

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  14. WOW - thanks for the inspiration!!!

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  15. Hi Jenny, I made some flat paper beads after seeing your tutorial. I posted about it (in dutch) on http://artoforganising.blogspot.nl/2015/05/boekje-en-knoopjes.html and referred to this post. Thank you so much for the inspiration!

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