|After looking at all of Diane's little doodads snowflakes found here lacelovinlibrarian I ran to store, and could not find any, they were out!|
I found something else and this made a completely different look, I did add one double stitch on the chain.
She is right, these are fast to make!
|In the jewelry findings they did have "bead covers" they are made curved to fit over beads, so I just squished the little buggers out flat.|
that is a pretty snowflake. What a great idea. just be careful when you join. Some of the bead caps I have handled have sharp edges.ReplyDelete
Oh that's right they felt little sharp, I didn't get hurt yet and once you go all way round, there is no worry, and goes by fast!Delete
Bell caps make great doo-dads. Looks Great!!ReplyDelete
Thanks, It was a pleasant suprise!Delete
What a great idea! I love the way your snowflake turned out!ReplyDelete
I just realized I did your snowflake #4 and I omitted the first(or center) rings all together that shape turned it into something complete different and that why it went super fast too!ReplyDelete
Nice use of the bead caps! It gives the center a great negative space. Good innovation!ReplyDelete
Oh thanks, this time the desperate measure I took worked out okay!ReplyDelete
Auch das ist wieder eine wunderschöme Schneeflocke.ReplyDelete
Soviel arbeit aber es lohnt sich .
ganz liebe Grüsse Marlies
Great triangular shape!! I had never heard of doothats before. Are they an asset or a way of cheating, ... I'll have to try them.ReplyDelete
That is a lovely snowflake, I love the shape and the shape of the doodad, Diane's pattern has worked well in that shape.ReplyDelete
Great idea, works fabulously!ReplyDelete
That's fantastic - luv it :)ReplyDelete
Thank you both :)ReplyDelete
Very pretty, great idea to use bead covers.ReplyDelete
Great unique design to that snowflake!!! :)ReplyDelete