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6347 Sawmill Rd., Dublin

$20 for $35 Worth of Select Beads and Jewelry Supplies at 1 Stop Bead Shop in Dublin

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  • Design your own accessories
  • Massive stock of glass and sterling beads, tools, supplies
  • Everything-included jewelry kits

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About This Deal

Candy necklaces and ring pops look great, but many prefer the nuanced mouthfeel and clean finish of precious gems and metals. Show off sophisticated taste with the help of today's deal: for $20, you get $35 worth of beads, tools, and everything you need to make your own jewelry at 1 Stop Bead Shop in Dublin. This Groupon can be used on the following items and kits:

1 Stop's huge store is strung to the rafters with every imaginable bead, finding, and tool needed to craft the loveliest of cursed necklaces. Walls drip with color-coded jewelry supplies, a veritable dragon's den of enticing elements for the savvy artist. Czech glass, Staxx rings, and Art Deco-infused PerlAmore (compatible with Pandora, Chamilia & Troll jewelry systems), cavort in cubby boxes beneath bright lights and a chandelier, waiting for DIY designers to turn them into glittering masterpieces. The bead-bank's plethora of Vintaj and 1 Stop Bead Shop Jewelry Kits makes it easy for newbies to enter the world of jewelcraft without the harsh hazing normally given to incoming freshmen.

Fine Print

Promotional value expires Feb 10, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Valid toward PerlAmore, Staxx, Czech glass and semi-precious beads, chain, cord, Tierra Cast, premium base metal findings, GoGo pendants, Chinese lampwork, Vintaj, and kits. Not valid toward sale items or trunk shows. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About 1 Stop Bead Shop

Lisa Busch—a jeweler, beader, and crafter—often left her local bead shops unsatisfied by their paltry inventory. When most people would have accepted the status quo and started making jewelry out of upcycled banana peels, Lisa took action, opening 1 Stop Bead Shop as a haven where she and other beaders could find all of the materials they needed under one roof. She started stocking the necessities and more, including tools, books, semiprecious gems, Swarovski crystal, glass, wire, and findings. In less than seven years, her inventory grew fivefold, requiring the shop to lay down roots in a shiny new 3,200-square-foot facility.

In addition to supplying self-sufficient beaders, Lisa shares the art of crafting with newcomers through her roster of classes. A staff of 26 instructors teaches approximately 100 lessons each quarter, ranging from beading and crocheting to wire wrapping and girls’ night out parties.