Hollow Pendant - Hollow Beaded Bead


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Another component to play with! These hollow beaded beads (or a pendant, if you choose) are so versatile! You can make them with 2, 3 or 4 sides, wear them singly or string them together for a chunky necklace. The ends have small openings so that you can wear the bead on a thin stainless steel choker or even on a bead post. It's a flexible piece designed to get your creative juices flowing with possibilities!

Step-by-step instructions with illustrations showing you everything you need to know to make these lovely beads. They are not difficult to make but you need to concentrate while working them up. :-)

The tutorial uses firepolish beads as the main color-givers, but you can use round beads as well (like Swarovski 5000er, druks or miracle beads).

They're fun to make and fun to wear!

    Average review
    Well written, large diagrams for guidance
    Aug 5, 2018 by Kathleen Earles
    this is a wonderful tutorial.
    Nov 11, 2013 by ginette wyss

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Due to the electronic nature of the tutorials, there can be no refund. If you have any questions about the tutorials or problems with the instructions, please just let me know and I'll be happy to help you!

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The PDF I send you is for your personal use only. Please do not copy, lend or otherwise distribute the document.

Feel free to sell your version of the item to friends and at craft shows. Mass production is expressly forbidden. You may also sell your version online, but you must include a credit to me, as the designer, and a link to the tutorial from which you made the item.

Experimentation is fun, so feel free to alter the tutorial to suit your own needs! But even so, a short credit to me as the inspiration would be greatly appreciated!

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I am grateful for your interest!