Introduction: 3-4 Years in the Making.

I fell in love with this design, I did not realize I did not know any of the techniques I had to use.

Step 1: It Looks Pretty Good, Just a Few More Stitches and I Will Be Able to Wear It.

It only took me a total of 4 years total to finish it.

I learned a very important lesson.

In the future, I will investigate the techniques required to finish a project.

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I saw it through

Step 2:

I am done

it is finished

I emailed WWW.ARTBEADS.COM a million times for help.

Step 3: Here Are the Rest of the Instructions

Per request

Enjoy

Comments

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Wow, beautiful work! Great job and congratulations for sticking with it over the years!

author

Thank you. At the last finishing touching beading techniques, I was hopelessly stuck, I called y local beading store for help.
She took it home, studied it. and devised an easier way to finish it, without compromising the final look.

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disneylover (author)2015-01-08

This is beautiful!

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SparkySolar (author)disneylover2015-01-08

Thank you, ( Blushing)

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ThisIsMyNameOK (author)2014-09-30

Yes, it would have been nice to see a step by step. But congrats for finishing it! I always start something then shove it in a drawer somewhere and forget about it. And I never consider the steps it takes or how complicated it is first either, so you're not alone there. :)

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And you know, It is very nice of you to explain to me, what you would like to see.

I had an accident in May, at 3 am on my way home from work. Long story short ,( I do not want to bore you with this), at age 51, A german/ Norwegia mix I tried to work with now found brain damage .

Short Some times I just dont get it anymore. ::::::::(:::::::: tears::::
The good news is

I have some parts double so I can take some pictures of the process you wish to see.

As I said. I appreciate your note

I have to try to cook a roast
and paint a bee hive

And while that dries

I work on the steps

Rima

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I'm sorry to hear that. :( I don't know what it's like to suffer that kind of injury. But I do know what it's like to just not get it sometimes. I have a bit of a neurological disability that makes it hard for me to process things sometimes and I get confused. A lot. And then I get frustrated. And then I give up.

One of the things that is great about this site is being able to get instructions for doing things and read them at my own pace, as many times as I need to, so I can figure it out.

No worries about showing the steps. I wasn't really saying that I wanted to see them, just that it would have been great if you could have shown them. But you let everyone know where to get the instructions if they want to, so that's all you need really.

author

I get confused too and frustrated, but I cannot give up. I am raising a 17 .5 year old daughter, who still depends on me so much. I hope we can be friends here on instructables. I do not have many friends at all.

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I get confused too and frustrated, but I cannot give up. I am raising a 17 .5 year old daughter, who still depends on me so much. I hope we can be friends here on instructables. I do not have many friends at all.

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rmeixner (author)2014-09-26

here is a link to the instructions.
http://www.artbeads.com/make-a-necklace-beaded-stone-silver-kabela-advertisement-daybreak-frost.html

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SparkySolar (author)2014-09-26

I will try to upload directions ;)

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sabu.dawdy (author)2014-09-25

A truely stunning piece. wish you could made a step by step too :( because i have fallen in love with it too :D

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