Good Beadwork Supply and How To Site

Here is a great site for crafters doing bead work, they also feature beading projects.

By Carl - Pocono Mts., PA

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October 10, 20070 found this helpful

Yeah, I used to do alot of buying from Fire Mountain Beads back in the early 1980's, along with another great place to buy beads that has been around just as long: Shipwreck Beads, they have an AMAZINGLY large selection of beads! I live less than 10 miles away from them & what's interesting, is to watch a business like theirs grow from a 1 man family affair selling only to mountain man rendezvous camp-outs (back in 1980), to when they put out their very first catalog, to several very large stores, then the internet & still growing.


* All of us die-hard crafters wish all of you Bead Store owners well, Keep, on keeping us stocked with beads & findings! It's not as easy as people think to run a small business. It takes a lot of effort & the profit margins are not always high.

Shipwreck Beads.

Fire Mountain Gems

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By Laurie B (Guest Post)
December 9, 20080 found this helpful

Found to have great options for unique beads. Their bracelets look like Pandora but cost much less (under $20). Check it out at

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