BeadDweeb

Colorful Bead Earrings, Necklaces, Bracelets and Gifts

Colorado, United States · 557 Sales

BeadDweeb

Colorful Bead Earrings, Necklaces, Bracelets and Gifts

Colorado, United States 557 Sales On Etsy since 2011

5 out of 5 stars
(168)

Announcement   BeadDweeb will use calculated shipping rates beginning April 30 (once I've weighed every item in the shop). That way there will be an exact match of weight and destination to shipping cost. Rates vary and will change when the U.S. Post Office changes its rates. You'll be able to see the postage per item under the "Shipping" tab for each item beginning April 30. Maureen

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Last updated on Mar 27, 2016

BeadDweeb will use calculated shipping rates beginning April 30 (once I've weighed every item in the shop). That way there will be an exact match of weight and destination to shipping cost. Rates vary and will change when the U.S. Post Office changes its rates. You'll be able to see the postage per item under the "Shipping" tab for each item beginning April 30. Maureen

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About

BeadDweeb, Biography of a Bead Freak

Beads from around the world! I love to knot them, weave them and combine them. Sometimes I even dream about them.

I beaded my first bracelet in high school. Many years later I took up beading again at The Bead Merchant in Tulsa and have been beading ever since.

I hand knot necklaces, fashion colorful bracelets and make earrings, lots of earrings. Small earrings for people with small features, Murano and crystal earrings for elegant occasions, earrings conservative enough for bankers and wild enough for Bohemians.

In 2011 I opened BeadDweeb on Etsy to celebrate the colorful chaos of beads I've collected at bead shows, bead shops, at pow wows, over the internet and in antique malls.

Is there something you would like to see in beads? The golf bead counters and plastic hook earrings in my shop began their lives as customer suggestions.

I am grateful to The Bead Merchant in Tulsa, to members of the Intertribal Indian Club of Tulsa and, more recently, to the makers of YouTube videos for teaching me about beads, beading and the business aspects around the edges of selling my work. I am always learning.

Special thanks to my husband Tom, my cousin Chris, and to family and friends for dancing with this "bead freak."

BeadDweeb is registered as a tradename and sole proprietorship in the State of Colorado.

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  • Maureen Modlish

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator, BeadDweeb

    In high school I made my first bracelet, large seed beads in bright colors stitched to calico. Many years later I took up beading again and felt as though I had come home.

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