Saturday, March 7, 2015

Large Accent Bead Shamrocks

Talk about lucky! I thought I was done with the St. Patrick's Day tree this year but as soon as I saw these beauties in the $1 bead bin at Walmart I had to whip up a couple Large Accent Bead Shamrocks. There were seven beads in the bag so they easily made two ornaments and I'm even tickled that the tinsel pipe cleaners look like the veins in the leaves. The larger beads are 1 1/4" and the smaller ones are 1", so they made substantial ornaments.
Cut a pipe cleaner in half, twist the two pieces together creating four sides.
Push the beads on, trim and roll the ends to secure the beads (leaving the stem piece longer). Easy and cute!
I hope you find something fun this weekend too!
Have a happy day:@)

14 comments:

  1. Oh Lynn, these are my new favorites on your tree -- so pretty!! They sparkle and shine and reflect the light. You did a great job and you found a smart way to use those discounted beads. Have a great weekend, my friend! Is it nice there in Philly today? It's supposed to get up into the 50's here today. After yesterday, that will be most welcome. :)

    Hugs to you,

    Denise at Forest Manor

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  2. How pretty the shamrocks are and theat shiny and sparkly Green is awesome! The tree looks adorable too.
    Hugs,
    FABBY

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  3. Those shamrocks turned out so pretty, Lynn! That was a lucky find at Wal Mart. I love the shiny pipe cleaners, too. You're a Wonder Woman in crafting!
    I hope your snow is melting and that you're having a good weekend. Our snow is almost gone with just a little left in the shady parts. Maybe spring will come soon.

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  4. Have no talent in this regard, but love seeing what others create. Nicely done.

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  5. Such a lovely tree! The new beaded ornaments are very pretty!

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  6. Precious ornaments to add to your pretty tree! Thanks for sharing.

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  7. Love em Lynn! How cool the pipe cleaners fit through them! You are ready for a green celebration, hope you see a rainbow and drink a mug o gold!
    Jenna

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  8. I always love your little trees...now bring on the cookies!

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  9. What a great addition to your St. Patrick's tree!! Nice find and transformation :)

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  10. So fun for your tree Lynn! I would have never thought to make a shamrock with them :)

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  11. Your always have the cutest trees Lynn. What would we do without pipe cleaners?
    Sam

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