Does anybody make rolled paper beads that are so popular now? I have tried but need some hints on how to get them started. Anybody?
go to check the pj class list.. toryam does these beads.
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Thanks, I see them everywhere now and that makes me want to make some!!! I think some tips from an expert will make it easier!!!!
We roll ours around a toothpick, hit the end of the tip with Aleene's Tacky Glue, Drop them off the toothpick onto a glass or stoneware dinner plate to dry. You got beads.
I used fabric the same way, made a necklace. It's very shabby chic.
Oh, thanks to both of you. Your fabric beads didnt fray too much? You coated them? Ill bet they are gorgeous!
I've never tried fabric, but I make beads out of colorful magazine pages. I roll them around a toothpick and use a glue stick when I am almost finished rolling.
I glaze them too, sometimes with a glaze, sometimes with Mod Podge, and I have even used clear finger nail polish.
I stick the end of the toothpick in an upside down foam bowl to let the beads dry. After I take them off I sort by similar colors and store in baby food jars until I am ready to make something.
I left them as is, they didn't fray, just looked rough cut.
Sounds beautiful. Im going to try it.
Made tons of them when I was a little girl using the method SharonK described. That was 40 some years ago. We used paper from old magazines, and they turned out really pretty and colorful.
I made these just two years ago, I showed the granddaughter and she made lots and loved it.
My friend Eileen showed me how and she had purchased a neat wire bead paper roller. It had a little slit in it and you just slipped the paper in and rolled.
We started with a length of triangle shaped paper. The longer the paper the larger the bead. We used Aleeens glue on them.
http://www.ejrbeads.co.uk/blendedtutorial.htm here is a site and if you gogle you tube paper beads i am sure you will get many hits. or just paper beads.
There are several good tutorials on Youtube.
i'm interested in paper crafts, but not make paper beads.
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