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Paper Bead Necklace
By Melony Bradley

Use leftover coordinating patterned scrapbooking paper to roll into beads to make necklaces.

Main supplies:

  • 12 x 12 scrapbooking paper scraps
  • Elmers® Washable School Glue
  • Elmers® Paintastics® Paint Brush Pens in red, yellow and green
  • Chipboard shape- flower
  • Sulyn Industries round metal rimmed tag
  • Pepperall® Rexlace®- lime green

Basic Supplies:

  • Elmers® Dual Tip No Wrinkle Glue Pen
  • Scissors
  • Pencil



  1. Cut paper into twenty four 1”x 4” pieces.
  2. Wrap each piece around pencil and secure last one inch with white glue to form bead.
  3. Paint chipboard shape and tag with Paintastics pen. Paint flower petals red, flower center green and tag yellow. Allow to dry.
  4. Glue flower on tag with glue pen.
  5. Cut lacing to 30” and fold over. Loop label through hole in tag and tie to secure. Divide beads into two groups of twelve and bead onto both sides of necklace, alternating patterns. Tie ends to secure.

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