This French beaded Baby’s Breath tutorial (you may also know this as Gypsophila) is exclusively available in my ebook, ‘Bead Flowers and Wedding Bouquets‘. Unfortunately, I’m not able to publish a separate pattern, due to the publishing contract. But the number of flowers and the teaching you get in the book make it well worth the purchase.
Here’s what just one customer said about it:
“Absolutely fantastic. Well worth the investment. This “e-book” is actually a dvd that shows you how to make gorgeous flowers and more. A super buy for those learning and advanced beaders that want to do more.”
About the French Beaded Baby’s Breath Tutorial
Whenever you make a bouquet or flower arrangement with beaded flowers, you need a mix of focal and filler flowers. So, think of this Baby’s Breath or Gypsophila as a filler flower.
Filler flowers are basically flowers that are quick to make, don’t use too many beads, and fill in lots of space. You need them in order to keep the weight of your arrangement or bouquet manageable. Plus, they fill out the space (as you probably guessed), so your arrangement gets the ‘bulk’ that will make it look impressive.
So, this French beaded Baby’s Breath tutorial is undoubtedly a very popular design. You will be using the ‘single loop’ technique. And the ebook shows you how to do it with a video demonstration.
For this French beading project, you will need size 11 seed beads and wire.
You can make your baby’s breath sprigs as large or small as you need to. So, this makes them perfect for any size or style of arrangement.
What other flowers and plants are in the book?
Alongside this French beaded Baby’s Breath tutorial, you get patterns for:
- Star Flower Filler
- Heart Shaped Leaf
All these projects are taught with videos to demonstrate the techniques you need. The book also teaches you how to make four fantastic wedding bouquet designs. So, grab your copy here>>