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Beaded Garden Sparkler

By: Amanda Formaro from
Updated May 03, 2021
Beaded Garden Sparkler
Beaded Garden Sparkler

"This beaded garden sparkler dances with the sun in its array of colorful beads. It's sparkles and shines, and is the perfect adornment for any garden or yard! With some beads, pliers, floral wire, hot glue, and a garden stake you’ll be on your way to making a beautiful beaded garden sparkler! With spring in full bloom and summer around the corner, it’s time to bring out the garden decor. Along with our beaded decorative garden stakes, we’ve decided to craft up something new to the mix. The beauty of this garden sparkler is that there are tons of different bead options and color choices so it can be made to suit your individual taste. "

Primary TechniqueBeadwork


Materials List

  • plant stake 18" long
  • floral wire 18 gauge in white
  • beads assorted sizes, shapes, and colors. Must be able to thread wire through the holes*
  • mini spacer beads must be large enough to thread wire through the holes
  • twine or brown cording


  1. Sort beads into piles by size, color and shape.

  2. Working one strand at a time, begin threading the beads onto the wire. Start with a lighter-weight bead on the end, fold back the threaded wire, and twist around above the bead.

  3. Visit for full tutorial

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