What You'll Get
Giving the gift of jewelry is a great way to say, "I love you," "You're special," and "Sorry for auctioning off the dog." Repent with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $25 to apply toward a two-hour bead-making class or any repairs, plus 15% off any materials at Bead Works, Inc. in Franklin.
The professional bead artistes at Bead Works help pupils explore the endless possibilities of handmade jewelry during each two-hour hands-on class. Classes allow knickknack neophytes to hone their skills at one of bead-making's various techniques, such as the basic method of bead stringing, the delicate art of earrings and wire wrapping, or the complex process of carving metal fasteners out of wood. Pupils purchase their own supplies from the store's selection of traditional and exotic beads; materials typically cost around $5 for basic bead projects and around $30 for most wire-wrapping projects. Patrons must pay the difference for classes that cost more than $25.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 26, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Reservation required 24hr in advance. Materials not included for class or repair services. Not valid with other offers Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Bead Works Inc.
Within their well-stocked shop in Historic Franklin Village, Bead Works' staff has been repairing, designing custom jewelry, and setting new jewelry trends for more than a quarter of a century. They draw upon their expansive design knowledge to lead numerous jewelry-making and beading classes for beaders, some of whom travel in from as far way as New York City, Miami, and the Oort cloud. In classes, teachers walk students through the steps of crafting specific items, or train fingers to master the deft movements of special techniques such as weaving or pearl knotting.
The professional beaders also make treks to on-location parties where they help budding craftsmen turn Bead Works' broad array of beads and trinkets into elegant necklaces, earrings, and mouth guards. The staff also gussies up their patron's outfits with a unique collection of vintage jewelry and intricate, beaded purses.