Wednesday, 31 October 2012

Bearwood's Need For Beads

It was really exciting when Bead Savvy opened in Bearwood’s Indoor Market earlier this month, so many gorgeous things to buy.

Realising the true extent of our need for beads Bearwood Savvy now have an online store and they are going to be holding workshops in November too. Perfect timing for Christmas.

Welovebearwood dragged Stefan away from making wire rings to find out more......
"The Bead Savvy website is now online selling almost every bead and accessory that we offer in the shop. That's over 1500 different beads, charms, findings, accessories and assorted chains, cords and threads. 

We offer just about everything that the beader needs, and if there's anything that we don't have, we'll be only too happy to obtain it for you. The website reflects the stock in the shop, so if it's on the website we have it available!

In addition to posting out orders, there's the great store pickup service for all local beaders. This allows you to browse and place an order online, and then everything is packaged up ready for you to collect a couple of hours later. You can choose to pay securely through paypal when you place the order or pay cash on collection. It's a great time saver and saves on postage too!
For more details please just click on this link.

We have also scheduled our initial selection of Workshops for November. These run in the evenings from 7:30pm lasting about an hour and a half. They are fun and informal and are held in a private room just a couple of minutes walk away from the shop.

The workshops range from introductory courses for complete beginners, through to intermediate and advanced techniques covering more specific subjects and types of jewellery.

All courses are priced at £10 and you get to take what you make home with you so it's a great way of producing some Christmas presents with the personal touch. There are limited places for each so book early using this link!

We are holding a competition to win a £10 voucher to spend on absolutely anything in the Bead Savvy Shop or online store, including the Workshops, so why not give it a go?  Here's the link fellow beadsters!"
Website: Bead Savvy
Facebook: Bead Savvy
Twitter: Bead Savvy

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