Saturday, April 17, 2010

How to Make Paper Beads Patterns

Recently, I was volunteering at the library to help out with a scheduled If you are interested in learning how to make paper bead patterns, here are instructions by A. Schurman, Contributing Writer for Ehow. These instructions are moderately difficult. According to the author, learning how to make paper bead patterns is all about knowing your rectangle and triangle shapes. Almost every kind of paper bead must start off with some sort of rectangle or triangle-shaped piece of paper. The blunt lines of the rectangle create a thick, cylinder bead. The gradual sloping lines in a triangle create a flat or round bead, depending on the angle. The bottom of the pattern determines the length of the paper bead. The height determines the width and the angle of the sides determine the shape.

I find the the beautfil color ads seem to work the best.  If you would like to learn how to make paper beads, check out this article on How to Make Paper Beads Patterns.

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