Kit & Class – French beaded Lucky Bamboo, beginner



French beaded Lucky Bamboo kit and class (pdf & video)

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Kit & Class – French beaded Lucky Bamboo, Level: Beginner –

Save by buying the Kit and the Video Class bundled! 

This course will walk you step-by-step on making this Lucky Bamboo and no prior experience is necessary. You will gain the foundational knowledge for making French beaded flowers.

If you always wanted lucky bamboo that will never die, this Lucky Bamboo kit is for you! This French beading pattern first appeared in my book “Bead Flora: the Revival of French Beaded Flowers.” If you do not have the book, you will be granted a complimentary PDF with updated instructions by purchasing this kit.


Colorway choices:

French beaded lucky bamboo, French beaded flowers

Light Green

French beaded lucky bamboo, French beaded flowers

Dark green

What you’ll get:

  • 8 page PDF with 39 step-by-step photo
  • 5 video lessons totaling over 1 hour – details below
  • All materials to make 3 bamboo stalks – kit materials listed below


  • Lesson 1 – Leaves (17:38 mins)
  • Lesson 2 – Leaves Assembly (13:23 mins)
  • Lesson 3 – Topper (5:17 mins)
  • Lesson 4- Assembly (22:37 mins)
  • Lesson 5 – Potting (6:41 mins)

What’s in the kit: 

  • 65 grams 11/0 dark green seed beads
  • 10 grams 11/0 amber (light orange) seed beads
  • 30 feet 24-gauge green copper-core wire
  • 38 feet 30-gauge green copper-core wire
  • 3 dowels at 7, 6, & 5 inch (17.7, 15.2, & 12.7 cm)
  • Green floral tape (roll)

Potting materials are NOT included in the kit. What you will need for potting:

  • pot of choice
  • clay (air dry clay or non-hardening clay)
  • acrylic water (resin) – optional
  • small pebbles


For potting, we will use clay and pebbles. If you want to make it more permanent, you can also use acrylic water which is resin. You do not have to purchase everything now. You can wait until the lesson to decide if that’s the route you’d like to go. Generally, if you are not giving it as a gift, skipping the resin is fine. But if you don’t want your recipients to have the ability to uproot your Bamboo, you may want to consider this.

  • Clay – there isn’t really a wrong type of clay for this. You can use Crayola modeling clay or non-hardening clay. You even use a flour salt dough. The one thing to consider when using non-hardening clay or clay that will dry is you want your piece to be permanent.
  • Pebbles – you can purchase small pebbles at the Dollar Store, craft stores, or Amazon.
  • Acrylic Water (2 part resin) – any type of 2 part resin will work. It doesn’t have to be advertised as acrylic water. There are some brands of advertised as acrylic water but they are resin.

This pattern/tutorial CANNOT be copied/reproduced or redistributed in any way. Pattern cannot be reproduced and sold for financial gain or used as a tutorial for a class. You may sell the item that is produced in this pattern with credit to “Fen Li, Bead Flora Studio” as the creator of the pattern in your online listings or on marketing materials if selling in person. Otherwise, this pattern is for
personal-use only.

You can find me on youtube, facebook, and instagram @beadflora
Feel free to email me with any questions. I’m always happy to help.


Additional information

Weight 8 oz
Dimensions 9 × 6 × 1 in

Dark Green, Light Green

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