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Beaded Bugs is filled with patterns for beading a variety of gorgeous bugs and insects for your collection.

We've got three copies of the book up for grabs along with two sample projects including an orange spotted tiger moth and a seven spotted ladybug.

 

Win A Copy Of The Book (Worldwide)

For your chance of winning the book, simply leave a comment below telling us what you're favourite bug is?

Congratulations to Sandy R, Angelshimmery and Laura R.

 

 Orange Spotted Tiger MothSeven Spotted Ladybug

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abbi.thornton.31
abbi.thornton.31
Butterfly's
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Johe H.
Johe H. · 1 project
The stinkbug!!
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Johe H.
Johe H. · 1 project
The stink bug!!!!
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EVEnl
EVEnl · Schipluiden, South Holland, NL · 316 projects
I like the emerald moth best because of its colour and soft look but I do also like sow bugs because they curl up so cute Happy
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Rocking T.
Rocking T. · New York, New York, US
Monarch Butterfly is my favorite! I admire their pattern
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aneniine
aneniine · 58 projects
Maybe this isn't the most original comment, but I love butterflies and ladybugs too! Here in Latvia my fave butterflies are Nymphalis urticae (I don't know how these are called in english, but those are the brown ones with black,red and white spots). As it doesn't seems that we have a wide variety of butterflies, I also like those tropical ones, they are so colorful and beautiful! Plus, two spotted ladybugs are one of Latvia's national symbols! That's it. Happy
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Green Duck
Green Duck · London, GB · 17 projects
Its a toss up between the Praying Mantis and the Periodical Cicada. (In 2004 we had a amazing outbreak of them! They are so interesting!)
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Angelshimmery
Angelshimmery · Inverness, Scotland, GB · 8 projects
Most definitely the ladybug, there was always hundreds of them in the backgarden when I was little and I loved them.
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Sandy R.
Sandy R. · Sydney, New South Wales, AU · 9 projects
My fave would be jumping spiders. I don't know if they count as bugs but they are so cute and tiny! Not all spiders are scary. Jumping spiders have these little glittering eyes that make them seem so intelligent and endearing.
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Lori F.
Lori F. · Barrie, Ontario, CA
Hmmm....definitely butterflies, if they quality as "bugs"! Such beautiful creatures...
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Natasha M.
Natasha M.
Butterflies have gotta be my fave for sure, just the whole process from caterpillar is intriguing plus a butterfly is the symbol that represents the Fibromyalgia Awareness cause which is close to my heart xNx
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Lori F.
Lori F. · Barrie, Ontario, CA
Would love this...unfortunately not available in Canada. Amazon, folks, Amazon!!
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jo s.
jo s. · Southampton, England, GB
While buttlerflies and moths have that cool transformation going for them, i have to say i like the humble shield bug, with their bright green bodies and great shaped armour.
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MischievousRaven
MischievousRaven · Shrewsbury, England, GB · 51 projects
i absolutely love butterflies, the colours of them are so hypnotising to me like a moth to a flame. . . . though i have a phobia of moths lol
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Helen S.
Helen S. · Chippenham, England, GB
I like ladybugs they are a gorgeous colour and I always have to sing the rythm when I see one - reminds me of playing in fields in school holidays.
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Makani V.
Makani V. · South Shields, England, GB · 1 project
I love hawk moths - they look and move like hummingbirds. I adore those little creatures Happy
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Hella
Hella · Rotterdam, South Holland, NL · 60 projects
I tattooed an ant on my wrist so this is an easy question. But unfortunately I live in The Netherlands. Have to put this book on my wishlist.
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Laura R.
Laura R. · Manchester, England, GB · 32 projects
I love moths! The total underdogs of the bug world! They're seen as the ugly night version of butterflys but some of their patterns are beautiful & they're not always brown...little cuties!x
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