Jewelry is a natural way to express affection, which is why trees buy each other new rings every year. Proclaim your growing love with today's Groupon to Bunches of Beads in Lodi. Choose between the following options:
- For $10, you get an Intro to Beading class (a $20 value).
- For $12, you get an Advanced Beading class (up to a $25 value).
At Bunches of Beads, embellishment experts guide students along the wire path to beaded bliss with an array of classes that focus on necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and pendants. Students can enroll in the two-hour Intro to Beading class and emulate the skill of instructor Heather as she reviews tools and techniques, demonstrates design maneuvers for bracelets and earrings, and explains why victory necklaces can't be made from the frozen beads of an enemy's sweat. Meanwhile, beading gurus can skip straight to one of 18 advanced classes covering such topics as Beaded Bangles, Beginning Wire Wrap, and Peyote Pizzazz. Materials are included for the Intro to Beading class and several specified advanced classes. For classes without included materials, students can shop Bunches of Beads' selection of seed beads, glass beads, and Swarovski crystals or barter with clams for their pearls.
Though Bunches of Beads sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
Bunches of Beads
Inside Bunches of Beads, visitors might get lost. It's not that the store is giant. In fact, the space is rather cozy. But the trove of multi-colored beads, chains, charms, and supplies is sure to bewitch any DIY-jeweler into a state of wholly positive disorientation. Inside their wooden display cases, strands of freshwater pearls and rows of tiny seed beads provide inspiration for a new necklace, bracelet, or beaded beer koozie, while tools such as rentable micro torches encourage crafters to complete a project. You can also start a project in one of Bunches of Beads' classes, which range from beginners beading courses to wire-wrapping and repurposing vintage pieces into new works of wearable art.