Paper Bead Rosary

by Kimmie J.

Paper Bead Rosary

Paper Bead Rosary

I made (using in the instructions for how to make a rosary found on making-beaded-jewelry.com) this beautiful rosary for a dear friend. The beads are hand made paper beads with little angels on them for the Hail Mary beads.


Then I made the Our Father beads from a wonderful picture of Jesus. I used 8 pound fishing line to string beads and attached it with crimp beads. It is long, but very beautiful.

My dear friend had it blessed at her church.

Thanks to making-beaded-jewelry.com for such wonderful and detailed jewelry making instructions and for sharing!

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