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Make a Beaded Pacifier Keeper

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Author cutiepatootiez
Price $4.95
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by Yelland, Amanda
on May 21st, 2013

“These are always a hit for baby shower gifts! Love!”

Adorable! This set of instructions will walk you step by step through the process of making these cute beaded pacifier keepers! There are pictures included with each step to assist you in making these hip pacifier keepers! Author also includes a couple of her favorite places to buy supplies. These instructions are great for the beginning or advanced beader!

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by Yelland, Amanda
on May 21st, 2013

These are always a hit for baby shower gifts! Love!

by Phillips, Tara
on October 22nd, 2012

Great baby shower gift!

by Schwenker, Keri
on July 5th, 2012

Very simple instructions and easy to follow.

by Katie D
on August 1st, 2001

I would recommend only using acrylic beads if you are beading for babies. Also, I would use the strongest beading wire you can (i.e. the 49 strand would be very strong) or use strong fishing line. To do this would ensure safety and strength for this type of baby item. Glass beads can break (I've had that happen) and could cause harm to the baby if touched or swallowed. At least acrylic beads aren't as harmful or breakable. Thanks for a cute design idea.

by Kimberly in VA
on August 1st, 2001

This is a great ebook. Extremely well written, easy to understand, great details and instructions. Debbie is great! Keep up the good work and keep the patterns coming!! I will be making many, many more of these in the days to come!

by Barb C., Florida
on August 1st, 2001

I purchased the paci clip holder e-book and the directions were very easy to understand and follow. Thanks!

by Treva
on August 1st, 2001

I would also suggest using strongest beading wire!