We bring all the jewelry making supplies and necessary instruction to you. During our party you and your guests will be able to complete one or a couple of beading projects - a bracelet, a necklace or a pair of earrings. No previous experience necessary. Contact us to discuss details of your occasion or with any questions you might have about planning a jewelry making party. We are happy to hear from you.
Serving Boston area, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Additional travel fee may apply.
So you’ve done magicians, the bounce house and the face painting. What else? What’s going to be the next awesome thing for your kid’s birthday party? How about designing and making your own jewelry? Beading a bracelet, or a necklace? I say, definitely a great idea.
Creating with beads offers developmental benefits for children, like hand-eye coordination, fosters self-expression and imagination, and it’s just really fun!
Plus you don’t have to worry about preparing your party favors, your guests get to take home and keep their own beautiful pieces of wearable art!
We bring everything to your home and set it up. Thousands of colorful beads, all the findings and tools to complete the projects and organza bags. Invite the beading party to come to you for the next occasion.Read More
School is over and summer is upon us. So Thursday afternoon seemed like a good time to visit friends, chat and design your own jewelry using colorful beads… Add some summer refreshments, like iced coffee and watermelon and you’ve got yourself a party. Some ladies and girls already had experience in making jewelry, and some were very new to it. But everyone enjoyed it.
One lady came with her own beads that she had purchased in Corsica, she had hoped to replace a very special necklace that is dear to her from her childhood. You never know what memories can a piece of jewelry evoke, and what new adventures it may bring you to. She shared that her recreated necklace came out even better than the lost one. It’s a precious keepsake, but now also very much her own, since she strung every bead herself.
Our host, thank you Caroline, also had a story to tell. She previously lived in California, and she had an anklet that she loved, but lost. Amazingly, she was able to find beads, among those I brought, that worked beautifully together to make an anklet very similar to the one she was hoping to restore. Her teenaged daughter, beading alongside her, commented on the resemblance.
It was wonderful to have two generations in the room creating and laughing together. Girls gotta have fun!
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