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Bead Bugs : Cute, Creepy, and Quirky Projects to Make with Beads, Wire, and Fun Found Objects

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Create 23 cute and clever bugs and little crawly critters out of beads, wire, and other craft materials with "Bead Bugs"! Each project is shown in step-by-step photos with clear instructions that anyone can follow. Variations of each project encourage the crafter to imagine all kinds of ways to make the bugs unique. Bead bugs and critters can be used in various ways as ornaments, put on display, made into jewelry, made into mobiles, displayed in a terrarium, or framed in shadow boxes.In these pages, you ll learn to create: - Dragonflies- Spiders- Butterflies- Hermit crabs- Scorpions- Sea horses- And moreThe possibilities are endless. Get your imagination crawling with this fun-filled book!"show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 128 pages
  • 208.28 x 210.82 x 10.16mm | 381.02g
  • Rockport Publishers Inc.
  • Creative Publishing International, US
  • Beverly, United States
  • English
  • 250 color photos
  • 1589237323
  • 9781589237322
  • 265,284

About Amy Kopperude

Amy Kopperude was born and raised in Minnesota and influenced by a painting grandma, a quilting mom and brother, a guitar-playing dad, and other talented people who supported her creative growth. She lives in Red Lion, PA where she works for an educational publishing house as an editor and book layout designer. She is an avid crafter, dabbling in all kinds of media, and she sells her creations on Etsy. Visit her blog at http: //www.atomicrose.blogspot.com where you can view her 365 beaded spiders.show more

Review quote

"Creepy-crawlies take a turn for the ornamental in this collection, which features designs for 23 different insects and sea creatures (and, oddly, an owl). In her first book, Kopperude heads off the likely question What would I do with an insect made out of beads? by presenting each insect as part of a project, such as an ant magnet, a fly tie tack, and a spider sun catcher. Most of the projects require simple tools that should be in most beadworkers collections, such as pliers, wire cutters, and craft adhesive, and the projects themselves are simple enough for beginners to tackle. VERDICT The theme is unusual, but it works. Projects like the dragonfly wine-glass charms might appeal to wedding crafters, and some of the creepier designs, like the bat mobile, are perfect for those decorating for Halloween." -"NANETTE DONOHUE, Champaign P.L., IL""show more

Table of contents

IntroductionTools & MaterialsDragonfly Wine Glass CharmsSpider PinSpider SuncatcherLadybug Hair SpiralsMosquito Candle ClingerSea Horse OrnamentScorpion Sand GardenHermit Crab Cage CompanionFireflies in a JarBug-Eye Fishing JigButterfly Lamp FinialFly Tie TackBat MobilePraying Mantis Terrarium FigurinePicnic Ant MagnetHoneybee Tea InfuserStick Insect Hat PinBookworm BookmarkSlug Hair CombCaged Owl Tree TopperCentipede WigglerSilverfish Drain DodgerEarwig CreeperResourcesAbout the Authorshow more

Rating details

24 ratings
3.7 out of 5 stars
5 42% (10)
4 12% (3)
3 21% (5)
2 25% (6)
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