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Holiday Patterns: Holiday Bead Patterns
Christmas Light Bulb Earrings
Christmas Light Bulb Earrings by Grandma Marilyn's Direct Download! (Pdf, 23 kB)
I had already created a Christmas Lights Bracelet and the Christmas Lights Earrings in rectangle. I decided to give a brick stitch version a try with just one Christmas light bulb. This one is designed with a red bulb and silver tip. Of course, you can create them in any color that you want. Be adventurous and create one in red for one ear and green for the other ear. Wouldn't that be a hoot?

This was beaded up by my Bead Angel, Ellen Roskopp. She did a great job with it.

This pattern has alphabetic characters for the bead color to make the word chart easier to read.

On the pattern pages, I have provided you with:
  • A full page pattern
  • A list of suggested supplies
  • Complete bead counts
  • Picture of the finished piece
  • Word Chart is available
  • No Basic stitch instructions are provided
Approximate Finished size:
1.25 inches long by .5 inch wide
Supplies Used:
Delica 11/0
Ear Wires
Technique:
Brick Stitch
Pages to Print:
1 Page
Skill Level:
Advanced Beginner to Intermediate (need to know brick stitch)
Price: $5.00
Trinity
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Trinity by Bouncing Wolf Creations Direct Download! (Pdf, 1 MB)
A Trinity is a group of three that often appears in Celtic tradition and represents several things. The Trinity can represent the phases of the moon -- Waxing, waning and full. It can also represent the three stages of womanhood -- maiden, matron and crone.

Trinity ornament cover is features three colors and an interwoven design that reminds us that life is continuous and all things are connected and interewoven.

On the pattern pages, I have provided you with:
  • A full-color, graph-style beading chart for the band
  • color key with suggested delica bead colors and bead counts
  • color photos of the finished ornament
  • Instructions and charts to help you created the shaped sections of the beadwork
  • Due to the construction technique (which is shown in the pattern), no word chart is available.
Approximate Finished size:
Fits an ornament with an approximate diameter of 2.5 inches
Supplies Used:
Delica Seed Beads
4mm and 8 mm glass pearls
Nymo 0 thread (for stretch)
Technique:
Peyote/Brick stitch
Pages to Print:
9
Skill Level:
Strong beginner and above

(beader should be familiar with Peyote/brick stitch as no stitch instruction are included)

 

Price: $10.00
Mistletoe Tealight Cover
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Mistletoe Tealight Cover by Grandma Marilyn's Direct Download! (Pdf, 92 kB)
This lovely tealight cover displays 2 bunches of mistletoe. What a wonderful way to light up your life.

Mistletoe has been in folklore and mythology since the 13th century.  In mythology, it stood for the devine male essence.  Then when Christianity came to Europe, both the mythological and Christian meanings were mixed.  This is where the practice of a couple standing under the mistletoe around Christmas time had to kiss.  The very first time this happened, which is documented, was the 16th century.

Terri Ettling-Shell, my bead angel, tested this design. She placed her tealight cover on a battery operated tealight from the Dollar Store.

This pattern has alphabetic characters for the bead color to make the word chart easier to read.

On the pattern pages, I have provided you with:
  • A full page pattern
  • A list of suggested supplies
  • Complete bead counts
  • A Picture of the finished piece
  • Word Chart with starter strip available
  • No Basic stitch instructions are provided
Approximate Finished size:
5.25 inches around by 1 inch high
Supplies Used:
Delicas 11/0
Technique:
Peyote or Brick Stitch
Pages to Print:
1 without word chart and 4 with word chart
Skill Level:
Advanced Beginner to Intermediate (Must know peyote or brick stitch)
Price: $5.00
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Mistletoe Business Card Sleeve
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Mistletoe Business Card Sleeve by Grandma Marilyn's Direct Download! (Pdf, 192 kB)
Mistletoe has been in folklore and mythology since the 13th century.  In mythology, it stood for the devine male essence.  Then when Christianity came to Europe, both the mythological and Christian meanings were mixed.  This is where the practice of a couple standing under the mistletoe around Christmas time had to kiss.  The very first time this happened, which is documented, was the 16th century.

This is the last of the Mistletoe Accessory Set. It looks so lovely with the mistletoe on the front and the back. Of course, the red background sets it off.

This beautiful card sleeve was tested by my Bead Angel, Terri Ettling-Shell. She did such a beautiful job on this card sleeve. 

This pattern has alphabetic characters for the bead color to make the word chart easier to read.

On the pattern pages, I have provided you with:
  • A full page and a half pattern
  • A list of suggested supplies
  • Complete bead counts
  • Word Chart with starter strip available
  • A picture of the finished piece
  • No Basic stitch instructions are provided
Approximate Finished size:
2.25 inches wide by 3.5 inches long
Supplies Used:
Delicas 11/0
Technique:
Peyote or Brick Stitch
Pages to Print:
2 no word chart or 8 word chart included
Skill Level:
Intermediate to Advanced (must know how to increase and decrease in peyote or brick stitch)
Price: $6.00
Mistletoe Big Lighter Cover
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Mistletoe Big Lighter Cover by Grandma Marilyn's Direct Download! (Pdf, 136 kB)
Mistletoe has been in folklore and mythology since the 13th century.  In mythology, it stood for the devine male essence.  Then when Christianity came to Europe, both the mythological and Christian meanings were mixed.  This is where the practice of a couple standing under the mistletoe around Christmas time had to kiss.  The very first time this happened, which is documented, was the 16th century.

This lighter cover is all covered with mistletoe for celebrating Christmas. The red background just sets off the green and white of the mistletoe. This lighter cover fits a big Bic lighter.

My Bead Angel, Terri Ettling-Shell beaded up this lovely lighter cover. Isn't it really gorgeous?

This pattern has alphabetic characters for the bead color to make the word chart easier to read.

Remember, you don't necessarily have to use a lighter to light a cigarette. Here is a blog post by our Beth of Bouncing Wolf Creations called And I don't even smoke....

On the pattern pages, I have provided you with:
  • A full page pattern
  • A list of suggested supplies
  • Complete bead counts
  • Word Chart with starter strip available
  • Final picture of the pattern
  • No Basic stitch instructions are provided
Approximate Finished size:
2.58 inch wide by 2.58 inches high
Supplies Used:
Delicas 11/0
Technique:
Peyote or Brick Stitch
Pages to Print:
1 no word chart or 4 word chart included
Skill Level:
Advanced Beginner to Intermediate (Must know peyote or brick stitch)
Price: $5.50
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Mistletoe Mini Lighter Cover
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Mistletoe Mini Lighter Cover by Grandma Marilyn's Direct Download! (Pdf, 122 kB)
Mistletoe has been in folklore and mythology since the 13th century.  In mythology, it stood for the devine male essence.  Then when Christianity came to Europe, both the mythological and Christian meanings were mixed.  This is where the practice of a couple standing under the mistletoe around Christmas time had to kiss.  The very first time this happened, which is documented, was the 16th century.

Here is a lovely mistletoe cover for a mini Bic lighter. This one would be easy to carry around in your pocket or purse.

Remember that lighters are not only to light cigarettes or smoking products. You can use it to burn off the little edges of the thread that stick out of your lovely beading.

My Bead Angel, Ellen Roskopp, beaded up this beauty.

This pattern has alphabetic characters for the bead color to make the word chart easier to read.

On the pattern pages, I have provided you with:
  • A full page pattern
  • A list of suggested supplies
  • Complete bead counts
  • Word Chart with starter strip available
  • A picture of the finished product
  • No Basic stitch instructions are provided
Approximate Finished size:
2.5 inches by 1.75 inches
Supplies Used:
Delicas 11/0
Technique:
Peyote or Brick Stitch
Pages to Print:
1 no word chart or 4 word chart included
Skill Level:
Advanced Beginner to Intermediate (Must know peyote or brick stitch)
Price: $4.50
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Entwined Hearts Ornament Cover
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Entwined Hearts Ornament Cover by Bouncing Wolf Creations Direct Download! (Pdf, 449 kB)
Why should we wait for Valentine's Day to come around each year to tell those we love how we feel? Valentine's Day should be every day.

This heart-felt ornament cover can be stitched in red, pink, purple and cream as shown. Or, you can change the colors to express you own feeling on the holiday or non-holiday of your choice. Feel free to express your love often and in any color pallet.

On the pattern pages, I have provided you with:
  • A full-color, graph-style beading chart for the band
  • color key with suggested delica bead colors and bead counts
  • color photos of the finished ornament
  • Due to the construction technique (which is shown in the pattern), no word chart is available.
Approximate Finished size:
Fits an ornament with an approximate diameter of 2.5 inches
Supplies Used:
Delica Seed Beads
Nymo 0 thread (for stretch)
Technique:
Peyote/Brick stitch
Pages to Print:
2
Skill Level:
Strong beginner and above

(beader should be familiar with Peyote/brick stitch as no stitch instruction are included)

 

Price: $7.00
From Your Valentine
From Your Valentine by Bouncing Wolf Creations Direct Download! (Pdf, 1021 kB)
Valentine's day is celebrated in Canada, Mexico, Australia, the United Kingodom, France and the United States on February 14 each year. It is a celebration of love which coincides with the pagan celebration of Lupercalia, the annual fertility celebration.

Lambs are being born at this time of year and spring is soon in the air. Light up your holiday celebrations with this heart- and vine-covered lighter cover.


On the pattern pages, I have provided you with:
  • full-color, graph-style beading chart for the beaded cover
  • color key with suggested Delica bead colors and bead counts
  • instructions for closing the bottom of the lighter cover
  • color photos of the finished lighter cover
  • Brick Stitch Word Chart is also available
Approximate Finished size:
fits a standard bic-style lighter
Supplies Used:
Delica Seed Beads
Technique:
Peyote/Brick Stitch
Pages to Print:
Pattern only: 3
Pattern with Brick Stitch Word Chart: 5
Skill Level:
Strong beginner and above. (Beader should be familiar with Peyote/Brick stitch as no stitch instructions are included)
Price: $5.00
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Entwined Hearts Tea Light Cover
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Entwined Hearts Tea Light Cover by Bouncing Wolf Creations Direct Download! (Pdf, 1 MB)
The Heart is the oldest symbol of love. Entwined hearts are a symbol of eternal, everlasting love.

Why not stitch up a bouquet of Entwined Hearts to give to the one you love?

On the pattern pages, I have provided you with:
  • full-color, graph-style beading chart
  • color key with suggested delica bead colors and bead counts
  • color photos of the finished tea light cover
  • Peyote word chart is also available
Approximate Finished size:
Fits a standard tea light cup or a battery operate tea light
Supplies Used:
Delica seed beads
6 lb crystal Fireline
Technique:
Peyote/Brick Stitch
Pages to Print:
Pattern only:  2
Pattern and Peyote Word chart:  5
Skill Level:
Strong beginner and above

(Beader should be familiar with Peyote/Brick stitch as no stitch instructions are included)

Price: $5.00
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Love on the Rocks
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Love on the Rocks by Bouncing Wolf Creations Direct Download! (Pdf, 1 MB)
The heart as seen as a symbol of love. But the journey to true, lasting love is not always smooth. The road has ups and downs, twists and turns, and bumps and dips. If, at the end, you find the treasure, you will be blessed.

On the pattern pages, I have provided you with:
  • A full-color, graph-style beading chart for the band
  • color key with suggested delica bead colors and bead counts
  • color photos of the finished bracelet
  • Brick Stitch word chart is also available.
Approximate Finished size:
Beaded Band is 6.75 inches long x 1.5 inches wide
Supplies Used:
Delica Seed Beads
Technique:
Peyote/Brick stitch
Pages to Print:
Pattern, Large Print chart: 4
Pattern, Large Chart and Brick Word Chart: 7
Skill Level:
Strong beginner and above

(beader should be familiar with Peyote/brick stitch as no stitch instruction are included)

 

Price: $5.50
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