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Stretchy Stackable Seed Bead Rings

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Here are some details about my project:
Category Jewelry
Type Accessory, Ring
Style Whimsical, Funky, Classic, Cute, Casual, Mod
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What was your source for this jewelry project? Online Photo or Website
Name of website or photo Online Tutorial

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Who is this project for? Women

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What materials did you use? stretchy bead cording, seed beads

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What are you most proud of? These are SO cheap and SO easy.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? You could make a TON of these for just a few dollars...

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Good idea for my nieces! Thank you for sharing!

08/19/2011 Flag

this looks real easy to do. my question is how do you tie the ends so they wont show.

12/29/2011 Flag

This looks so easy. My question is .How do you tie off the ends so they wont show.

12/29/2011 Flag

I used the thinnest stretch cord I could find, tied a little knot, and cut the tails off. Nothing fancy. The knots are small enough that you can't really see them in the photo.

04/28/2012 Flag

Thanks so much for the great idea, but I'm like jmosmom.. How do you tie it so it doesn't show? I can't get a surgeons knot to hold, so I'm stretching them and looping it over with a dab of clear fingernail polish. Yet, there's a knot about the size of a bead and I don't see that on yours, and it kinda looks bad. Please help! I've made 6 already...

12/29/2011 Flag

I used the thinnest stretch cord I could find, tied a little knot, and cut the tails off. Nothing fancy. The knots are small enough that you can't really see them in the photo.

04/28/2012 Flag

It's just my guess, but maybe she uses a thin stretch cord. If the cord is too thick, the knot will show. In things I've made, I run the cord thru the last bead & pull the knot thru, then dab a bit of E600 glue to either side of bead. Good luck!

04/26/2012 Flag