The best way to be an amazing beading designer is to practice the art of beading every day.

The beauty of this art is that it’s very fast and easy.

Here are some tips to help you practice:1.

Don’t stop being creative2.

Focus on your craft3.

Don.t. be distracted.

When you’re done practicing, you can put your work out in the world and take home.

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Don,t make your beading look messy.

It will look more polished.

It’ll look more refined.

I use the term ‘precisely’ because there are times when you can get away with some messy designs.

For example, you’ll have some very intricate designs that are easy to work on with the help of a little help from a hand tool.

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Use your brush as a reference.

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Use a light brush.

I find that the lighter the brush, the more accurate the paint is.

A light, thin brush will help you get the job done in a matter of minutes.

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If you have the time, work on a large, high-quality brush.

This will allow you to get the most out of the brush. 

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If the brush has a little bit of texture, use a thick brush.

You want the texture to be just as fine as possible, but not so fine that it would chip or get dirty.

This is where a high-end brush comes in handy.

10.

Take your time.

The more time you spend practicing, the better you’ll get at it.

You don’t have to start practicing immediately, but you should do so every day, every hour, and every day after that.

This process will take you from practice to perfection in a day or two.

11.

Get your beaded on!

When you’ve finished your practice, be sure to clean it off.

I’ve found that a good rule of thumb is to clean off the base layer before the beaded layer.

12.

Use two different layers.

If I have to be creative and use the same layer twice, I’ll use two different brushes.

If a brush is too fine and hard to work with, I use a light, thinner brush.

13.

Make sure you have a nice, clean background.

When I’m done, I want to be able to say, “Wow, this was my first beading experience.”

14.

Be a good customer.

If your beader is too big or too small for you, you should probably cut it in half and use one brush to clean the area and another to apply the paint.

15.

Practice is practice is practice.

I love being able to practice on my own time and in a small area of my studio.

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If possible, buy a better beading kit.

I like the $1,200 Esterhazy, but I also like the more affordable Beading Artisan Kit.

17.

Use the Beading Pencil.

The Beading pen is a great tool to practice.

You can practice by using it as a paint brush, or you can use it as an eraser.

18.

When practicing, practice with your eyes closed.

When my beading practice was getting to the point where I could practice, I used the Beving Pencil to practice my eyes closed technique.

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Use light to make the beading more realistic.

Beading is a very subtle art and light makes it a lot more visible.

You may need to use a hand marker or something similar to make sure you don’t overdo it. 20.

Be sure to use the proper tool.

The tools I use are very good and I love using them.

If not, just go for it.

If nothing else, practice will come naturally.