JamiesBeads' Shop Announcement

Thank you to each and everyone of my Make It customers. It's always a pleasure to be at a show where people appreciate made-by-hand items. I would like to give an extra-special thank you to everyone who stopped at my table and supported Beads of Courage. It is a very worthwhile cause, and the children who receive the beads are very deserving.

I LOVE working with glass and am happy to share my creations with you.

My beads are made with the finest quality glass from Europe, and properly annealed in a digitally controlled kiln for strength and durability. I am a member of the ISGB and am a Self Representing Artist (SRA K-93).

If you are interested in learning about Lampwork and are in the Edmonton area, please convo me.

I hope you enjoy browsing through my work.

JamiesBeads' Shop Policies


I hope you enjoy my handmade glass beads as much as I enjoy creating them!


Payment due before item will be shipped. I accept Paypal and all major credit cards. If an alternate form of payment is preferred, please contact me.


I will normally ship regular post, unless directed to do otherwise. The buyer is responsible for any increase in shipping costs due to requests for faster shipping. If an item or items are valued at over $100, I will insure them for loss or breakage during shipping. The buyer is responsible for any custom or duty charges in the item may incur.

Refunds and Exchanges

Purchase price will be refunded if item is returned in "as new" condition within 14 days of purchase. Shipping costs are not refundable. If the item broke during shipping, please contact me for an exchange.

Additional Policies and FAQs

I guarantee the beads I make are from the highest quality glass, properly kiln annealed, and unique creations made by myself in my studio.

I welcome custom orders. Please contact me if there is anything specific you would like to see, and I will be happy to try to accommodate you.

Whenever possible, I use recycled packing material and envelopes to ship items.

Last Updated June 26, 2015