Monthly Archives: December 2010

Bead embroidery post earrings

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Hello Beads Friends!
In this video I want to show the last couple of earrings I made. They are embroidery earrings and to create them I used a polymer clay cabochon size 30mm and seed beads sizo 8/0, 11/0 and 15/0.
I glued the post in the back part of the earring before having covered it with another piece of cloth. I hope you like it, I really love post earrings 🙂
Merry Christmas to you all and see you soon on the next video.
Have a nice beading!
 

Sara – Sarubbest.

Bead embroidery necklace again! I’m fallen in love with Embroidery

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Hello Beads Friends!
This my really first embroidey necklace, as you see. I started with a project of a pair of earring and then I created a necklace ^^ This is the reason why the necklace looks asymmetric and I hadn’t enough cloth to complete and cover the back part of the necklace. This necklace isn’t perfect and it isn’t finished yet, because I also run out of my seed beads to create another round to complete the edge of the necklace ^^ I added the two parts of the necklace that go all around the neck later, just sewing new clothes to the first central part of the necklace, and then stitching on them the beads. I hope that this video will be helpful, and see you soon on the next one.
Have a nice beading!
 

Sara – Sarubbest.

My first Embroidery necklace

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Hello Beads Friends!
A new creation is born! I made a necklace, using beads, rivoli Swarovski crystals and Swarovski bicones. I started making the crochet spiral, then I made the central part of the necklaces. I glued the crystals on the cloth, and then I surrounded them with beads. I complete the work filling the empty spaces using pink seed beads size 15/0, and other beads size 9/0 and 8/0. To bezel the Swarovski crystal I used peyote stitch. I glued the same cloth on the back of the embroidery works, to cover the thread and the stitches.
I hope that this necklace can be an inspiration for you and see you soon on the next video.
Have a nice beading!
 

Sara – Sarubbest.

Polymer clay mold. How to make a mold for polymer clay creations using a special silicon rubber

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Hello Beads Friends!
It’s about two I months I’m trying a new putty to create cabochon molds. The name of my putty (or rubber) is Ruba Forma, it’s produced by Linearte Sebino, and I bought it in Italy. I have seen a video of a friend of mine where she shows another putty called Melt and Pour, and I think that putty is really very similar to mine. To create a cabochon mold with a flat back that you can use as a base, you need this putty, a polymer clay cutter (or a biscuit cutter) and a cabochon to use as a mold. Put your cabochon into your cutter, then after having mixed the two rubbers, push them on the cabochon, so that you fill the cutter. Push on the upper part of the putty to create a flat surface and then wait 10 minutes, until the putty dries. Your mold now is ready to be use!
I hope everything is clear and see you soon on the next video.
Have a nice beading!
 

Sara – Sarubbest.

Handmade polymer clay cabochons. Amethyst reproduction

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Hello Beads Friends!
In this video I want to show the last abstract cabochons I made. For the amethyst cabochons I used white kato polyclay, translucent premo and translucent lilac fimo. To create the shades that make the cabochons looks like the amethyst stones, I pick up a slice of the cane, and I work with my hands to create a little ball. Then I put that ball into a mold to create the cabochons. For the second kind of cabochons I used a colour called Royal Blue by Cernit and Metallic Silver by Fimo. I hope these cabochons can be an ispiration for you and see you soon on the next video!
 

Sara – Sarubbest.