What You'll Get
Jewelry can subtly communicate its wearer's personality, with color representing mood, size corresponding to confidence, and charms spelling out what to prepare for dinner tonight. You are what you wear with today's Groupon to Bead Fiesta the Shoppe's locations in Sterling and Clinton. Choose from the following options:
- For $15, you get $30 worth of beads and jewelry-making merchandise at Bead Fiesta The Shoppe.
- For $20, you get a jewelry-making class for one person (a $40 value) at Sooo Chic Designs & Studio.
- For $35, you get a jewelry-making class for two people (an $80 value) at Sooo Chic Designs & Studio.
Nestled amongst the arts and antiques of the rustic 19th-century Cider Mill Building, Bead Fiesta The Shoppe sparks wearable beauty with a store of beading supplies and 15 rotating jewelry-making classes. The shop brims with a bounty of beads and jewelry-making tools, including cream-colored pearls, metallic seed beads, leather, clasps, and more than enough gemstones to buy a dragon's hoard of comic books.
Alternatively, shop owner and accomplished jewelry artist Bev McCarthy imparts amateur jewelers with the skills to fill bezels with the crystal-clear ice resin in Fun With Resin, or to fashion intricate twisting Japanese weaves in Kumihimo Bracelet Braiding. Beadwork beginners can string their first bracelet or wrap wire loops in the Intro to Jewelry-Making class, where they will learn the fundamentals of basic jewelry design. Intro to Zentangle classes inspire creative works of art by instructing students to blend repetitive strokes and patterns into images of flora, woven lines, and Sisyphus’s journey up the mountain.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 27, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Bead Fiesta The Shoppe
The word “bead” has multiple meanings at Bead Fiesta The Shoppe. It can mean—among other things—tiny seed beads, handmade glass beads, wooden beads, pearls, crystals, gemstones, and silver trinkets. The shop also stocks jewelry-making supplies, which are now considered highly valuable to pirates. To complement its wares, the venue hosts a variety of jewelry-making classes, on topics from working with precious metal clay to forging accessories from ice resin.