Beebeecraft Jewelry Making, Craft Supply Haul | Jan 2021

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✿ Hey beautiful! In today’s video I share some of the DIY bead and jewelry making products that I picked up from Beebeecraft. Each month I share a selection of products, so you can check them out up close, and in detail. Beebeecraft has a huge variety of jewelry making supplies, including gemstone and glass beads, findings, chain, wire, and various beading tools.

Beebeecraft Products Featured in the Video:

beebeecraft product haul january 2021
12 PCS 8″ x 13″ Mixed Color PU Faux Leather Sheets
40PCS 12 x 12 inches Soft Felt Fabric Sheets
18PCS 9 Color Velvet Fabric Sticky Back Adhesive Back Sheet
40PCS 12 x 12 inches Soft Felt Fabric Sheets
200 pcs 4 Sizes Sew on Horse Eye Faceted Glass Rhinestone Flatback
150pcs Metal Hair Clips Alligator Hair Clips
1 Roll 1.5mm Waxed Cotton Cord, Black
150 Pack 304 Stainless Steel S Shaped Hooks

My first bead embroidery project!

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This is the very first bead embroidery project I have ever attempted. The inspiration to jump right into this project came from checking out the packs of non-woven felt fabric from Beebeecraft last month. In the video, I mention that I *think* the material would be great for bead embroidery, among other things, because it has just enough stiffness, and it cuts easily without fraying. I am happy to say that the material worked out wonderfully, and I highly recommend it. 

Not only did I use a section of the felt fabric sheet on which to bead, I also turned the piece into a hair accessory with a 1.5″ barrette clip finding from Beebeecraft, and backed the piece with light pink faux leather, which is featured in today’s video. I began the creation by making simple pencil drawing of the orchid directly onto the felt fabric. I cut around the design, loosely, and began beading in the center of the flower. The central rhinestone is another Beebeecraft product, with two holes drilled into the setting; I sewed the rhinestone directly onto the fabric with Fireline beading thread, then I continued beading around the piece, layering colors, and bead shapes and sizes. I have a lot to learn in the whole new world of bead embroidery, but I look forward to more practice and skil-building.

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