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This free printable paper bead pattern is the latest addition to my free printable craft files.

You will find the link to it it the end of this blog post.

If you want to get my previous free printables, click here to see what there is to download.

Now I have a pretty design for you and a video on my YouTube channel showing how to use it.

free printable paper bead patterns

In the video, you will see that I used double sided paper when I printed this design.

That’s because I created another file that you can print on the back of my latest free printable.

It makes it easy to get the exact cut lines you need to cut the paper bead strips.

You don’t have to print these cut lines on the back it’s just easier and quicker if you do.

If you want this file to print on the back – you can get it in my Etsy shop.

You can use it with any paper you are using to make paper beads.

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Once you have your free printable paper bead pattern, you are ready to cut your strips.

If you choose not to get the template for printed lines – you can measure triangles with a 1 inch base.

free printable paper bead pattern

I have made these strips half size in length.

It is so you can get the maximum number of beads from one A4/US Letter sheet of paper.

But that does mean you need to use a heavier paper weight to get the bulk. You will need 180gsm/49lbs paper at the very minimum.

That’s what I used and the beads are quite slim – you can use a heavier paper for fatter beads.

If you use the US Letter size free printable paper bead pattern, you get two extra strips out of it.

That means two extra beads!

This is the bracelet I made using my paper bead pattern for this project.

And finally – this is where you can download the free printable design from.

Follow this link which will take you to where my free printables are stored on Google Drive.

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