Posts Tagged "Beaded tiara"

Fit for A Queen Tiara by Rhiah Clachir

Posted on Nov 20, 2011 in Other Crafts & Crafty People | 2 comments

Carolyn Dawn Good (pen name Rhiah Clachir), paper bead artist/jewelry maker who incorporates wire and paper into her one of a kind designs.  You will find her exquisite designs at  I suggested that she comes up with a tiara and she did in a matter of hours.

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Carolyn has been doing this for years and sold expensive paper beads jewelry.  If you are looking for a market place to sell your eco friendly creations such as paper beads, her website is a great place for it with no set up fees or listing fees.

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So versatile and definitely wearable!  Get inspired, check out her website for patterns and tutorials.

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Tiara Fit For A Little Princess

Posted on Sep 27, 2010 in Events and Experiences, Paper Bead Creations | 5 comments

Last Saturday Lana turned a year old and I made her a little tiara made out of hot pink paper beads to match her tutu.  Her mommy did a good job with the tutu it was not scratchy as I thought most tutu would, they are actually soft as clouds, pink clouds that is 🙂


I made the tiara just using 24 gauge wire also with left over beads and crystals and just attached a store bought comb and painted it gold with acrylic paint to go with the wire.  Honestly, the grown ups had more fun than she did.


Am I becoming one of those grandmothers who bore others with pictures and little stories about their grand kids?  I think so, and I will make it up to you with an easy tiara tutorial which I am still trying to figure out up to now.  I mean the easy part:)


I certainly had fun making this tiara for her!  I must say she is rather carried it well, a true Paper Bead Princess.


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