DIY Beaded Crystal Ring | Tea Rose

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Hey everyone! Today’s tutorial is for an adorable DIY beaded crystal ring, which will be quick and easy for you to make, particularly if you have some beadweaving experience. The center features a sparkly 8mm Swarovski chaton stone, in its setting, and is surrounded by a bezel of Czech Teacup beads, 4mm Bicones, and 11/0 seed beads. 

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Additional Info:

I was totally inspired to create this ring design because of the contents of the Eureka Crystal Beads Serene Lavender Collection. In fact, that monthly collection contains enough materials for you to make two rings. If ECB happens to be out of stock of this particular collection, though, don’t worry! They also sell each of these items separately in a wide variety of different colors

If you would like to see all of the pieces I made from the Serene Lavender Collection, you can watch this video.

 

I also have a tutorial available for the Sweet Dreams Earrings, which is based on the same collection.

For more beaded jewelry pattern posts, click HERE.

 

Check out the instant download beading patterns available for purchase.

 

Visit the Design Index for even more inspiration.

 
 
 

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Instant Download Beading Patterns:

Find the growing collection of instant download beading patterns for my original beaded jewelry designs. All patterns are accompanied by a corresponding, free beading tutorial video in case you would like to refer to video instruction while you bead. 

Simply purchase a pattern, and after checkout the link to download the PDF document instantly will be available.

You may easily search the Orchid and Opal Design Index for the name of the pattern you have purchased, and follow the linked image to find the blog post that contains the video. 

Beaded Jewelry Inspiration:

The jewelry in this category may be sold, but I am usually able to recreate similar designs, upon request. Viewing out of stock jewelry pieces also provides a helpful archive of beading inspiration, and a way to see past jewelry creations that have travelled to new homes. Many pieces include materials from past bead subscription boxes that I have unboxed on my YouTube channel.

I am humbled to say that the pieces found in this category have been shipped to satisfied customers in practically many corners of the world! 

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