35 Creative Bead Art Collection

December 9, 2011 · 5 comments

by Dustin Betonio

Creative bead art collection

A bead is a small, decorative object that is usually pierced for threading or stringing. Beads range in size from under 1 millimeter (0.039 in) to over 1 centimeter (0.39 in) in diameter. Beads can be made of many types of materials. The earliest beads were made of convenient natural materials. When found, these could be readily drilled and shaped. As human technology became capable of obtaining or working with more difficult natural materials, those were added to the range of available substances.

Beads have so many types and forms that also come from its different places of origin. One of these are pearls where the ultimate precious beads of natural origin because of their rarity. The wood,plastic, glass, metal and stone are the usual bead materials used in modern manufacturing. Processing these beads nowadays requires human intervention in shaping and color enhancement. Well, when we talk about Beads, first thing that would always come into your mind will be bracelets, necklaces or anything that’s girly cutie teenage fashion accessories. But no, there are really a lot more to it.

Bead-work or Bead Art is a craft of making things with beads. Beads can be woven together with specialized thread, strung onto thread or soft, flexible wire, or adhered to a surface.Today,  Beading has progressed far beyond the stringing of simple necklaces and the stitching of decorative edges on cloth. In this article, I present to you creative bead art collection. Feel Free to comment if I missed out some creative bead art collection.


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1. Beaded Dolls

Beaded Dolls

2. Beaded animals at the market

Beaded animals at the market

3. Commission Eleven

Commission Eleven

4. Rough Collie

Rough Collie

5. Lapras

Lapras

6. Toco Toucan

Toco Toucan

7. Scyther

Scyther

8. Beaded VW beetle

Beaded VW beetle

9. Beaded Blue Doll

Beaded Blue Doll

10. Beaded Quilt

Beaded quilt

11. Commission Dakarai

KONICA MINOLTA DIGITAL CAMERA

12. Beaded Mummy Decoration with Scarab Beetle Design Saite

Beaded Mummy Decoration with Scarab Beetle Design Saite

13. Serendipity

Serendipity

14. Ho-Oh

Ho-Oh

15. Dragoon

Dragoon

16. Around the Bend

17. Beaded Garden Face

Beaded Garden Face

18. Haku

Haku

19. Tropical Paradise Necklace

Tropical Paradise

20. Diane Redmer Moore

Diane Redmer Moore

21. Magic Bead Ball

Magic Bead Ball

22. Kiss My Face

Kiss My Face

23. Bead Embroidered Pendant

Bead Embroidered Pendant

24. Bulbasaur

Bulbasaur

25. Lose head, find heart

Lose head, find heart

26. Art Nouveau button

Art Nouveau button

27. Fish

Fish

28. Jaguar

Jaguar

29. Dragonair

Dragonair

30. Numel

Numel

31. Articuno

Articuno

32. Raichu

Raichu

33. Haitian wallhanging

Haitian wallhanging

34. Deer

Deer

35. Toothless 2

Toothless_2

Author : Dustin Betonio

Dustin Betonio is a Translation Management graduate at University of Mindanao. His earlier career was devoted on customer service outside the information highway. Currently studying Law in the same University.

{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

Wilma Simmons September 25, 2012 at 12:50 pm

Thanks for including my little blue beaded doll
- lovely yo see her amongst these great works of beaded art

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Jennifer J September 4, 2012 at 9:46 am

Hello!
You’re beadings is very nice! I bead too but this is a whole new level for me.
I just wonder if I could get the pattern for the toothless dragon? It would be great :)

Greetings Jennifer from Sweden

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Carrie August 2, 2012 at 8:21 am

I love beaded art! Your selection above is impressive.

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dijete March 25, 2012 at 1:44 pm

Thank you for this great information, you write very
well which i like very much. I really impressed by your post.

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susan sorrell January 2, 2012 at 6:21 am

Hey Dustin,
Thanks for including my work in your article! I was pleased to see it listed and it make me feel good that people are actually sharing my work with others!!
Cheers!
susan sorrell

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