Thanks for "bouncing in" to my little corner of the world. I promise, it will be worth the effort. My given name is Beth Rudy, but my native name is "Bouncing Wolf". This was inspired by my love of a ...
Thanks for "bouncing in" to my little corner of the world. I promise, it will be worth the effort. My given name is Beth Rudy, but my native name is "Bouncing Wolf". This was inspired by my love of a certain orange and black Disney character, and my 5-year-old golden-lab of the same name -- Tigger. We both have a very hard time keeping our feet on the ground when we get excited.
And nothing excites me more than a new creative idea. Many times, my creative mind moves faster than my hands can ever keep up with.
Rest assured that all of my patterns have been fully tested by me! I don't use a bead fairy. Each pattern is shown with a photo of the finished piece that I have beaded from the pattern.
So, check back often for new patterns. When my creative muse strikes, watch out!!!
Thanks for shopping with me.
Cuff bracelets are one of the most versital pieces of jewelry. They can be easily adjusted to fit almost any size wrist.
But how to you get all of those pieces put together? Just follow the steps in this 4-page full -color tutorial. I think you will be please with the results.
On the pattern pages, I have provided you with:
step-by-step instructions to attach your beadwork band to the collar of your choice
14 color photos to guide you through the process
Approximate Finished size:
Can be used with any size metal cuff blank
cuff blank of your choice
peel 'n stick adhesive
heavy weight interfacing
leather or ultrasuede for backing
Pages to Print:
Strong beginner and above