I think you are talking about these beads?
They are not as hard as they look.
1. First you lay down a thin, thin layer of clear in the width the final bead will be. This is important not to get the base too wide.
2. put down stripes of stamen cane and cover with clear.
3. Now start with your dots on one side for the flower and clear on the other side to keep the bead even. Keep building up as you go.
4. After the first row of petals, put down a layer of clear.
5. Now do another row of petals on the one side and clear on the other.
6. End with more clear.
7. Decorate the back however you want. Sometimes people are more intrigued by the backs of the bead then the front.
Sometimes I wish I could see the backs of beads also. Like the sculpted flower beads. The backs must be as interesting as the fronts.