This French beaded rose kit contains all the materials you will need to make this flower. The instructions are ONLY available in my ebook, ‘Bead Flowers and Wedding Bouquets’. So, you must also own a copy of the ebook.
If you need to purchase the ebook as well, then you can find it here >>
Your kit contains 60g of size 11 seed beads, three reels of wire, stem stiffening wire, floral stem tape and embroidery sillk.
These are all the materials you will need to make your French beaded rose.
I have a choice of colours on offer. So, please pick your colour from the drop-down menu. The bead photos in the gallery show you the colour choices.
If you would like a colour that is not shown, I can put together a custom French beaded rose kit for you. So, just send me an email.
What do you need to provide?
You will just need to provide wire cutters and some clear glue to seal the end of the stem. You may like to use a bead spinner as this will make it much quicker to thread your beads.
So, if you do also need a bead spinner, you can find that here >>
What experience do you need?
None! My ebook was designed to teach anyone how to make French beaded flowers. The French beaded rose is just one of several flowers included in the book.
The ebook includes videos demonstrating all the techniques. So, you will be learning from video as well as following written instructions with photos and diagrams.
The French beaded rose is made using the ‘basic’ technique. If you want a quick overview of French beading techniques, then check out this blog >>
A few words about the French Beaded Rose Kit
This has been one of my signature flowers. It is always popular, so I decided to turn it into a kit.
This flower makes a lovely gift just as a single rose. Or, as you will see in the ebook, it is wonderful in a floral bouquet.
Did you know that there used to be a tradition of giving a silver rose to celebrate an engagement?
Of course, the red rose is synonymous with love. Pink roses are said to denote friendship and the white rose is sometimes used to offer sympathy for a loss.
So, your single rose, in a gift box will make a beautiful gift for someone special.