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Beaded Flowers Tutorial


Beaded Flowers Tutorial
I used beaded flowers and beaded butterflies as embellishments on a handmade photo frame made by recycling a book!These are the materials used to make the photoframe [Here are links to photo frame tutorials]
DIY Photoframe
I recently became fascinated with beads and simple jewelry making after my daughter was gifted a jewelry making kit for her birthday.
Beaded Flowers Tutorial
These simple beaded flowers are easy to put together and are great embellishments on paper crafts and home decor projects.This photo shows the top of the photoframe where the photo is slipped in.
Beaded Flowers Tutorial
Made the leaves using ceramic [Link to more ceramic crafts] For now sharing the beaded flowers tutorial
Beaded Flowers Tutorial
Materials Required
Beads
Wire
Scissors or u can use a proper beading pliers and cutter
Beaded Flowers Tutorial 1
Thread 6 white beads as shown in the Beaded Flower Tutorial
Beaded Flowers Tutorial 
Loop the wire as shown in the picture of the flower tutorial
Beaded Flowers Tutorial
Take the end of the wire and thread it through the first 2 beads as shown .For an enlarged view click on the picture of the beads flower tutorial
Beaded Flowers Tutorial
Pull the ends of the thread in opposite directions to tighten the loop and form a 6 bead circle as shown in  the picture of the beads flower tutorial
Beaded Flowers Tutorial
On the wire end which has come out thread a purple bead  s shown in  the picture of the beading flower tutorial
Beaded Flowers Tutorial
Bend over the wire as shown and loop it to thread it into the last bead of the loop. For a clearer view click on  the picture of the beads flower tutorial
Beaded Flowers Tutorial
This will place the purple bead at the center with 3 beads on either side.Cross over the wires and twist them to complete your beaded flower.
Beaded Flowers Tutorial
I made a 3 D paper flower vase to hold my bunch of beaded flowers.
Beaded Flowers
I also made a beaded butterfly  [shall share tutorial if anyone wants!]
Beaded Butterfly
The orange and green butterflies are beads into which I inserted flower pollens to make bead butterflies.
Beaded Butterfly
I am a novice at beading but excited at discovering the different things we can do with beads!
Here are some more projects with beading:
Here are links to more Handmade Flower Tutorials

104 comments:

  1. Beautiful, And the pearl beads flowers are just Lovely! so beautiful, I will try these & whenever I will, I will link back to you for spreading this tutorial :)
    Thanks a bunch !

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  2. Its So beautiful Sonia!!! loved it:)

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  3. wow lovely..thanks for sharing..will try for sure..:)

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  4. Very intricate and beautiful! I bet you do a great suture, too! :)

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  5. Very pretty frame! Thank you so much for another great tutorial for us! :^)
    Hugs,
    Penny

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  6. Gorgeous and so very elegant- it really shows off well on your card! Thank you for sharing:) Go to the main page of The Outlawz and read the top heading! Thank you!

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    1. Colleen I am so delighted-- first the feature on Outlawz and then an email from you--I am on cloud 9!!

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  7. Beautiful work and this frame is simply wonderful ...
    Thanks for sharing!!!

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  8. Wow !!! looks pretty .....for the tiny beaded daisy flowers iv'e used nymo thread ..but this is very nice to use in card and crafts

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  9. Gorgeous card, love the pearled flowers and butterfly, its all good !!!!
    Paula

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  10. very beautiful and the beaded flowers, butterfly are too good.

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  11. I love your cute beaded flowers. Thanks for the tutorial. I am in two bead swaps right now. One is to make stick pins and another bracelet tendrils. I wonder where I can incorporate this....hmmm....I'm gonna figure something out for sure. These are too cute not to use! Thanks for sharing all your cleverness with us!

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    1. Oh that is wonderful Diane they are easy to make and and I bet you will make a full bunch!

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  12. always soooo beautiful!!!!!

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  13. Sonia
    Once again you have created something gorgeous.

    Thank you so much for the tutorial. I just discovered some of those beads in my stash (from something my mom was making years and years ago) so now I must try making flowers.
    Myrna

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  14. Great tutorial Sonia!!
    love the beaded flowers!

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  15. Hi Sonia
    Novice at beading? You could have fooled me (LOL) Absolutely stunning pieces and very inspirational too.
    Michaela xx

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    1. Michaela my beading is pretty amateurish ! I was the only one oohing over it at home but I can always count on my blogland friends to help cheer my amateur attempts!

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  16. Stunning... You dabble in all kinds of crafts dont you doc... Am way too lazy when compared to you to try new things!

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    1. Ha Ha Khush at least you try to become an expert at what you do...I have crazy urges to try all kinds of crafts but rarely master any one thing!

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  17. This is awesome! You are so talented! I love the flowers and butterflies! I have some beads and wire so I will have to give this a try! I am loving that little doll on the right hand side too! :)

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  18. Thanks for the tute.Awesome as usual.Thanks for linking it up at the Lulupu 's monthly challenge.

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  19. Hi there Sonia, really great work! So very pretty. The orange and green butterflies are super creative. Would've never guessed they were beads.
    Thanks so much for entering our challenge! All the best!
    ItsyBitsy - The Blog Place

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  20. Pretty. I especially like the beaded Butterfly.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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    1. Oh Thank You Melissa lemme try making a honey bee for you next time!

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  21. This is awesome...I am astounded to see how u use soo many craft supplies and different mediums in one project and blend them beautifully...so much to learn from you :)

    http://justlovecrafts.blogspot.sg/

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    1. Ha Ha Priyanka my 6 year old daughter criticized this one for being "too much"!

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    1. Sathya so wonderful to have you drop in missing your creations!

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  23. Sonia, my friend, you are absolutely fantastic! I love this and it's a "must-do" on my list!!! I love that you are so sharing, and I appreciate you for that and your talents!

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    1. Audrey I would love to see what you make !!In your hands they will surely be magical!

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  24. These are lovely....Love the way you have used the beads in this frame....I love beads too... My mom had made a lot of beady things using the same method.....

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    1. Ha Ha Deepthi I have seen some amazing creations with beads but these simple flowers are all I can manage to make for now!

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  25. Thanks for sharing the tutorial.. This looks amazing.. whenever i visit your blog always i get to see something new :)

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    1. Ha Ha Thank You Bhavana I have this crazy urge to try all kinds of hobbies!

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  26. Oh! I love the little flowers Sonia, I may have to get my beads out, thank you for the tutorial and inspiration, so lovely..gorgeous frame too.

    Luv CHRISSYxx

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  27. The beaded flowers look lovely ! Earlier I had tried to create beaded butterfly for rakhi but it was no where near what you have made !

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    1. Thank You so much Pooja I was lucky to get it looking good..dont know if it will work again!

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  28. Sonia, you can make everything, from nothing!! These little flowers are very sweet :)

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    1. Oh that is such a sweet thought!

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  29. Beautiful card, Sonia, and your beaded flowers are lovely. Thanks so much for sharing your tutorial. I love how you are so generous in sharing your talents with others. You are a very special lady.
    Blessing hugs,
    Teresa

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    1. Teresa Thank You so much. I love exploring new crafts and share my experiences in my crafting endeavors!

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  30. wow! its amazing!!!

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  31. Hi Sonia wow I love those beaded flowers and thank you for the tutorial too. Well done .Thank you so much for your super comments on my blog . Have a super weekend
    Big Hugs Elaine

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  32. Changing style? It's a wonderful idea and all looks great!

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  33. You have numerous innovative techniques to adorn your projects...always short of words to appreciate..love it and thanks for the beaded flower tutorial

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  34. This is absolutely gorgeous, Sonia!! Wow, I love the beautiful flowers and the butterfly!! As always your project is simply fabulous, as is the tutorial!! And thank you so much for repining my pencil box...I appreciate it so much!! Have a great day my friend :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  35. Your photo frame is just beautiful! I love all your bead work too!
    Hugs,
    Sandy.

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  36. What a great frame and super tutorial. Have a fun weekend my friend
    I am so glad you entered this into my DL.ART 1,000 post Linky Party. Thanks for joining

    DIANA L.
    http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com

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  37. Hey the little flowers are cute.will keep them in mind, to incorporate in any of my future projects. Thank you for the mail.

    Intellection

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  38. Oh Sonia, this is another stunning piece of artwork! Love those bead flowers too - I gotta give that a go, I've got millions I need to use up!

    Hope life is treating you well sweetie!

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  39. hi i will say only one 3 words """JADOO KA PITARA""".you are able to do anything SUPERB.
    MEGHA

    http://meghanuj01.blogspot.in/

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    1. Oh you are so kind Megha!

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  40. Wow!! Loved the concept and butterfly.

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  41. Oh wow... nice tutorial.. very clean and explanatory!..

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  42. Oh wow... nice tutorial!! beautiful flower

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  43. This is Fabulous Sonia. I Love the beaded flowers..Loz

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  44. They're SO cute Sonia! I love those tiny flowers! Though I knew how to make them, it never occurred to me to use them in a card! THAT is where you excel Mademoiselle :)

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    1. Pritsh Thank You so much I am one crazy crafter who likes to dabble in all kinds of stuff!

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  45. So cheerful! Excellent idea and details, but it's you! Always something new and impressive! I can not wait for a new frame tutorial! Hugs!

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  46. Hi Dr. Sonia! I am loving your tutorials! I just pinned this one and the circle flower on pinterest. I keep saying I want to try and make some of these things, but I find myself looking at everything on your blog and it takes up all my time. Lol Hugs Brenda
    http://2peasinapod-thepeapod.blogspot.com

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  47. woooow....very nice tutorial,love it n thanks for sharing

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  48. Wow, this is amazing!!!! Beautiful card, love how to use beads to create flowers! Super super cool and great tutorial! Thanks so much for the inspiration and joining us this week at the Ai challenge!

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  49. Oh my! Those beaded blooms are exquisite Sonia! :)

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  50. thanks for your comments Dr.I will not forget one of your rules.I was so eager to upload it.

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  51. You have a really beautiful space here Dr.Sonia and have been here several times before. Like your nice step by step tutorials and this nice beaded flower one too is lovely. The beaded flower has definitely added to the beauty of your lovely card.

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    1. Thank You so much Vandana!

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  52. Hi Sonia - sorry I haven't visited lately - love this project and look forward to viewing the ceramic leaves tutprial.

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  53. Wht to tell Sonia..all ur works r awesome...so many ideas getting from ur page.Sure...U r the real inspiration to every crafters...*hugs* LEKHA

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  54. I love your flowers and I may have to try some myself, thank you

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  55. Thanks Dr. Sonia, for the visit and the encouragment. Hugs Brenda

    http://2peasinapod-thepeapod.blogspot.com

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  56. Wao Sonia.. this is superb.. I missed so many post of yours it seems.. This one specially caught my eyes.. you know this technique was taught to me by my grandmother.. She used to make beaded purses.. can you imagine? Your flowers are too cute...

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    1. Priya obviously you got your crafting genes from your talented Grandma!

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  57. Hi Dr. Sonia, Your blog always inspires and amazes me. You are so talented. I want to make some of these beautiful flowers. They look easy thanks to your blog. I'll bet my granddaughter would love to help me make some too. Thanks for this great tutorial. hugs...Barbara

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    1. Barbara the beaded flowers are easy to make but dont know if little fingers could manage them!

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  58. Love the flowers in the vase and that beautiful lace. The leaves are super.

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  59. Dr your patients must be delighted with you. I do not believe there is anything that you can not figure out how to do! Another amazing tutorial. Love ur flowers.

    Be blessed, Beckie

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    1. Beckie so nice to have you visit and you are too kind!

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  60. Hi there Dr. Sonia.
    Love your handcrafted photo frame, butterfly and those delightful flowers .Would enhance the ambience of any room in the house , I think .

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  61. Thanks for such a great tutorial! Love the flowers and now maybe I will give it a try myself :)
    ~Kim

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  62. lovely card Sonia :-) the beaded flower is very cute.

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  63. Thank you for visiting my blog and your sweet words on my white fan. I enjoyed your "beaded flower" tutorial as well as looking at your wonderful creations. You make beautiful things!

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  64. Beautiful flowers. Thanks for the tutorial.

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  65. I just had to come back and see this it is awesome.
    Hugs, Diana

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  66. Hello,
    I reached to you through Khadija's (Creativemind) space, and I am glad meeting you and don’t want to miss your future tutorials so, following you. I must say you are very creative.
    I would appreciate if you visit my blog.
    Best Regards,
    Rashida Shaikh

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    1. Thank You so much Rashida!

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  67. No matter what the colour is you turn anything as the prettiest thing.
    GORGEOUS WORK and lovely detailing.

    Read the spotlight interview , on deepti's page. commented there too FOR YOU.

    God bless you for your work and the person u r.

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    1. Thank You so much Devika. I dropped by your blog-- looks like comments are disabled and followers too??

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  68. Your creativity knows no bounds. These beaded flowers are fab. Hugs Mrs A.

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  69. Your bead work is beautiful. That takes a lot of patience! I love your lace too. It's a very pretty card. Thanks for joining us at Art Impressions.

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  70. A very lovely card and a super tutorial. Thank you for sharing and thank you for joining us over at Polka Doodles this week. Hugs Clare xxx

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  71. What a super awesome artwork, love those beaded flowers.. you are so amazina Sonia... love your inspiration....
    TFS~

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  72. fab fab fab.. what gorgeous flowers!! love them Sonia.. You are the one who is truly creative!! :)

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  73. Gorgeous, so much detail must have taken you ages!

    Thanks for joining us at Polkadoodles and hope to see you again soon :)

    Kitty xx

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  74. Tnx so much Sonia, its beautiful n creative. I really enjoyed it, but pls i also need tutorial on how to make flower vase from these beads also. Hope to hear from u soon. Tnx

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  75. Tnx so much Sonia, i really enjoyed it. Its beautiful n creative but i also need tutorial on how to make flower vase from beads also, hope to hear from u soon. Tnx

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    1. Thank you but I am new to beading and personally have no idea how to make a beaded flower vase!!

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  76. Very nice. I have a question..from where do you buy the designer laces which you have used here?

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    1. Thank you Varsha glad you liked it.I picked up the lace from commercial street ...exact show I dont remember but its one of those small shops in the bylanes.

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  77. This is an amazing article! i really like this and Thank you so much for writing it – I’ve learnt a lot things...i very thank you for this post and nice info.Really enjoyed your article great job...

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