We are planning a trip to Spanish speaking area soon, so I have been researching some Spanish bead blogs. There seems to be communication across Spanish and French sites, and I found this one through my favourite French forum Ile aux Perles. A great Spanish site that was referenced recently in Ile aux perles is called Quienlodira Creationes. This is a well developed site and includes both examples of projects and some patterns.It also gave me a chance to practice my very rusty Spanish. After cruising the site, I found a very attractive star necklace, and then made several other visits until I found the pattern. To save you some time, here is the link to the pattern, but please make sure you look around this blog, it is lovely and artistically presented with many interesting pieces. Website: Quienlodira Creationes
I did have the link to this pattern, however this website has changed so you will have to look through the main website.
The little star was made directly from the pattern for the most part, but I added a round of size 15 beads to surround the pearl in the middle (I added 9 beads on each side, then went through again to solidify the circle). The larger star is my adaptation in which I added a few more rows to the star, and also some silver peyote and 4mm firepolish to the back. I added a back loop so that this can be put on a chain. I will update this post later to when a finished piece is ready. The stars are really fun to do and work up very quickly, I highly recommend this pattern.