What You'll Get
Give a man a crystal-and-leather necklace, and he'll wear it for a day. Teach him how to make one, and he'll wear it forever. Today's Groupon ends your helpless dependence on jewelers. For $20, you get your choice between a Beginner Leather and Crystal Necklace or an Earring Boot Camp class at Beadlush. As a reward for your newfound independence, you'll come away with a proverbial fish—the necklace or earrings you make in the class—and, like a river deity, the potential to build many more fish from scratch in the future.
The Beginner Leather and Crystal Necklace class will have you crimping wire and leather in no time, ensuring that you'll strut out with a stylish piece in a color of your choice. At Earring Boot Camp, you'll forge wrapped loops, simple loops, hang briolettes, and spicey things up by adding chain. Beadlush's fab jewelry pros will guide you every step of the way. For either class, your Groupon includes the cost of the materials. If you take the Earring Bootcamp, you can walk home with two new sets of earrings proudly displayed on each of your two pairs of ears.
A profound love of beads inspired Beadlush founder Lydia Stern to launch her business in 2002. Her extensive variety of beads, crystals, and original jewelry quickly won her customers, students, and praise from sites such as Citysearch, who recognized Beadlush in its Best Jewelry lists of 2006 and 2007.
Schedule your class by calling (704) 376-3331.
- As a hands on learner, I really appreciate the classes they offer at beadlush [sic], I've taken beginner classes and more advanced classes and I always leave confident and with some great new skills... – Ziro, Citysearch
- I found the people there were very friendly, eager to help, enthusiastic and knowledgeable. Beadlush is a dazzling store with great atmosphere, fabulous selection and reasonable prices! – merissajones, Citysearch
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 27, 2011. Amount paid never expires. New students only. Must call to schedule, class times subject to availability. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.