16 November 2010 ~ 6 Comments



Pearlized Pastels


Bead caps can be a bit expensive, but not polymer clay bead caps.  It is a great substitute for silver or metal ones, plus you can make it any size you like to fit your paper beads.  I want to share with you two new things; polymer bead caps and fabric paper beads.

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Fabric paper beads is a new product from the Philippines.  What happens when paper marries fabric?  Bliss 🙂

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I thought this two would go well together, we’ll see…..

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6 Responses to “Pearlized Pastels”

  1. Jean Kiel 2 June 2011 at 4:56 pm Permalink

    Oooh, love this website. I made some paper beads about a month ago, had to share it with the ladies at the nursing home and they loved it too. We haven’t done anything with them though. Great ideas, love the bead caps, we love playing with polymer clay and are always looking for new ideas. Thank so much for sharing. We wondered how to make round beads and I see there is a roller to make them. Will have to check that out.

  2. Jane McBride 29 January 2011 at 8:09 pm Permalink

    The Pearlized Pastels beads are fantastic! I truly would like to make these. Where do I get the material and Any instructions would be appreciated? Or Where do I buy these beads and caps?

    Sincerely,

    Janie McBride

    • JaniceMae 29 January 2011 at 8:20 pm Permalink

      Hello Janie,

      These are made of iridescent fabric with fusible web backing. After the show I could do more tutorials, definitely! The bead caps I made with polymer clay. Thank you for the visits, I saved your email for the bead swap. Janice Mae

  3. Deb 17 November 2010 at 1:34 pm Permalink

    Fabric paper beads and bead caps made with polymer clay! Too cool! Can’t wait to what you make with this Janice!

  4. Elim 16 November 2010 at 10:13 pm Permalink

    wow nice job! I love mixing paper beads with polymer clay, I did that a lot in the summer. 😀

  5. issabelle 16 November 2010 at 7:41 pm Permalink

    cant wait! they look so beautiful already, will they turn into a gorgeous necklace or an elegant bracelet. .?


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