Tip: Papers I usually buy on Ebay or Origami Shop. Japanese books I tend to buy from CDJapan.

You can see by looking closely on the following pictures how to build your Bead Owls as well as the Bead Tree. It is actually quite simple, just take your small and regular square bead boards and start putting up your beads just like on the photo. I don’t even print out bead patterns, just work in front of the computer screen to copy the bead pattern onto my board. Then I usually take a picture with my phone so I have a copy for future use.

Once I have my first owl, I like to experiment with different color combinations. It is quite fun, not only for kids! 😉

Owl Bead Pictures

Once you have your owls finished, just put them up on a nice surface and try to think what other objects would look nice with it.

I hope you enjoyed my Owl Pixel Bead Art.

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