Category Archives: Sarah Millsop

Sarah Millsop’s Beaded Birthday Cake Card Topper

Ambassadors, Birthday, Jewellery, Occasions, Sarah Millsop

“This project will teach you how to square stitch with seed beads. This type of weave gives the finish and appearance of beadwork formed on a loom. As it’s done by hand, intricate and multi-layered patterns are a lot easier to create. You can use grid paper to draw your own patterns, but we’ve provided the cake image for you to follow as an example. This beaded cake is a lovely way to add dimension to your cards or gift boxes and could even be made into detachable gifts, like a brooch.” – Sarah Millsop

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Sarah Millsop’s Bicone Cluster Necklace

Ambassadors, Jewellery, Sarah Millsop

“These Bicone Clusters are quick and simple to make, and a great way to add glamour and glitz to an outfit. You can make as many of them as you like and thread onto cords or ribbons to decorate. I’ve made three for this necklace and used left over bicones from previous projects! You only need 12 bicones per beaded cluster and 8 seed beads, so it can be an inexpensive make and perfect for beginners.” – Sarah Millsop

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Sarah Millsop’s Multi-Strand Necklace & DIY Findings

Ambassadors, Jewellery, Sarah Millsop

“A multi-strand necklace is a great way to make an impact with a simple design. You may have leftover beads from projects, bundles or specific combinations in mind; it’s a great way to use different mixtures and textures in your design. In this project, I’ll show you some basic techniques to create a great multi-strand piece.” – Sarah Millsop

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Sarah Millsop’s Infinity Knot Bracelet

Ambassadors, Jewellery, Sarah Millsop

“I’ve used contrasting colours, but you can make the knot with as many colours and number of cords as you wish! Take your time whilst creating the knot and, once finished, ensure your cords are lined up correctly and neatly. When describing the knots and cord positions, imagine your work surface area as a rectangle – just like they’re photographed in these images – and that should help you with the cord movements.” – Sarah Millsop

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