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What You'll Get
Jewelry can make an outfit sparkle, though only exposure to dangerous amounts of radiation can make it truly glow. Stay safe and look sharp with today’s Groupon to Queen Beads in Camarillo. Choose between the following options:
- For $20, you get a BYOB jewelry-making class for two (a $15–$20 value/person; up to a $40 total value). Materials are not included in the class.
- For $10, you get $20 worth of beads and jewelry-making materials.<p>
The expert staff at Queen Beads bestows customers with a spectrum of crafting materials and guides fledgling jewelry makers during small, hands-on classes. Each student can learn the essentials and make a bracelet during a basic-beading class, or blend two craft ideologies into one necklace during a crochet-and-beads session. The macramé/knotting class introduces a simple, versatile technique to novice jewelers, and the chain-bracelet class helps students merge beaded chains and leather into beguiling bracelets or festive saddles for Lilliputian horses. Patrons can create necklaces out of coral ($0.15–$.50), turquoise ($0.25–$2.50), and glass beads ($0.10-$2.50) or purchase strands of freshwater pearls ($3.99) for their favorite pet oysters. Dynamic pendants ($2–$18) spruce up casual ensembles, and strands of african recycled glass beads ($21) imbue wearers with earth-friendly vibes.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 7, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. Valid only for option purchased. In-store only. Not valid for consignment items. Materials not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Queen Beads
The expert staff at Queen Beads bestows its customers with a spectrum of materials and guides fledgling jewelry makers during small, hands-on classes and craft-centric birthday parties. Each student can learn the essentials and make a bracelet during a basic-beading class, master simple and versatile macramé, or turn the fruits of chain-bracelet classes into festive saddles for lilliputian horses. Patrons can design their own necklaces out of coral, turquoise, and glass beads, or purchase recycled-glass beads, whose profits benefit primary and secondary schools in Ghana. Queen Beads’ displays also twinkle with vintage and unique modern jewelry, from dainty bracelets to beguiling necklaces.