Bead Girl: 25 Sparkly Beading Projects, from Toe Rings to Tiaras

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Chronicle Books, Mar 1, 2001 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 68 pages
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Anyone can buy a beaded bangle, but a bead girl makes it herself! From jewelry to home decor, the projects in Bead Girl are simple enough for the absolute beginner, and beautiful enough for the bead connoisseur. A generous package filled with beads is bound into the book, providing plenty of materials for three Twinkle Toe Rings, three Enchanted Chokers, and four Elastlet bracelets. The beautifully illustrated book features step-by-step instructions, gorgeous color photography, and whimsical line drawings. For a fun and captivating introduction to the wonderful world of beading, Bead Girl is the definitive guide.
 

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Mikyla Bruder is a San Francisco-based editor and writer. She is also a bead girl.

David Magnusson a San Francisco--based photographer.

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