Beaded Holly Place Card Holder Pattern

This pattern is available exclusively in my ebook, which you can purchase here>>

Please read the full product description below to find out more about the pattern and the rest of the ebook.

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This beaded holly place card holder pattern is available exclusively in my ebook, ‘A Beaded Christmas Table’. I use it as part of a ‘plants’ themed setting for my Christmas table.

Due to the publishing contract, I’m not able to publish the pattern on its own. But you can find the ebook here>>

You get eight other fabulous projects alongside this beaded holly place card holder. These are:

  • Parcels
  • Cracker place card holders
  • Gold and silver stars
  • Crystal napkin rings
  • Christmas bow napkin rings
  • French beaded Christmas tree
  • French Beaded Poinsettia
  • Ivy napkin rings

So, you will find something to suit you, whatever your skill level.

You also get a fabulous range of different techniques. And do you know the best bit? I demonstrate all these techniques on videos, so this ebook is an amazing way of learning.

If you want to learn more about the ebook, follow this link>>

About the beaded Holly Place Card Holder

Anyway, back to your beaded Holly Place Card Holder pattern.

This is a project that is for more experienced beaders. Although, don’t panic… With the aid of the videos in the book, you’re going to feel like you have me in your craft room with you! So, if you are still learning, this is a great way to go.

You just need size 11 seed beads, round red beads and beading thread. I made the place card holder by shaping 20ga green wire. I would normally use this for French beading, so I had some in my stash! You can get all the supplies in my beading supplies department.

You are going to be working in Peyote stitch to make the holly. I have also included instructions for shaping the wire to create the perfect card holder.

This project takes a little time. If you are a quick beader, you can make this in an afternoon. But it’s not really a last-minute piece. So, if you are expecting a lot of guests, start this one early!

I pair this with the Ivy napkin rings and French beaded Poinsettia to create a full theme for my Festive table.

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