Beadcomber

Silk Screens-Polymer clay PDF Tutorials-Molds-Cabochons

Clayoquot, Canada | 5944 Sales

Beadcomber

Silk Screens-Polymer clay PDF Tutorials-Molds-Cabochons

Clayoquot, Canada 5944 Sales On Etsy since 2007

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Announcement   Welcome to my shop of everything handmade. I create molds, face cabochon/pendants, silk screens, tutorials. Most of my themes are beach inspired, but I love anything from antiquity and primitive as well

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Last updated on Sep 25, 2018

Welcome to my shop of everything handmade. I create molds, face cabochon/pendants, silk screens, tutorials. Most of my themes are beach inspired, but I love anything from antiquity and primitive as well

Tina Holden

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Tina Holden

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About

My Journey on Etsy

Long story, but basically like so many other Makers here, I like to create. I share my knowledge by writing tutorials on my techniques and projects and also sell my handmade supplies. Unfortunately beach sand is not included, although I could sell you a bag or two!

Our family had owned a Brick and Mortar Bead Shop for a number of years, but for the last 11 years we've been working out of our Home Studio and love it! It also helps us to look after our adult-child daughter who lives with Autism. Being able to do what we do and love to do is a real blessing.

Polymer clay and Beadwork have been my passion since 1989 when I made my first pair of earrings. The wire was wonky, the paper pyramids were painted card board, but I was determined to get better and I have. I sell my jewelry and other creations through various Brick & Mortar Shops and Galleries. Otherwise I offer my handmade beads and pendants and love to see what others do with them. I've been selling on Etsy since 2009 and had started another shop just for my jewelry, but can't keep enough stocked in Galleries, so once in a blue moon I will list here. I had the intent on keeping separate shops, one for jewelry and the other for my tutorials and supplies, but it's hard to keep up with more than one shop.

Thanks for your support :)
Tina

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  • Tina

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator, Teacher

    Short and sweet... I started to work with polymer clay in 1989, adding bead and wire work shortly after and it was serious business from the get-go. I'm still at it... and I love teaching others what I know.

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Last updated on Nov 12, 2018
Frequently asked questions
What if I choose cheapest shipping option and package doesn't arrive...

It's up to the Buyer to make sure the address and name are correct, that they have someone at the address to accept mail and Seller is not responsible for misdirected mail when Customer chooses the cheapest shipping option which are Lettermail, Light Packet Air and Small Packet Air/Surface. This applies to Custom orders (which includes Silkscreens as they are made on an per order basis) and to Sale items as well.

Are there any Countries you won't ship to?

There are some countries I will not ship to. This includes Mexico, Indonesia, Bahamas, South America, Africa, Caribbean, South Pacific, and Asia (except Japan).

Shipping Fees

Etsy has recently begun encouraging sellers to offer free or lower shipping by "hiding" some of that cost in the item price. I don't believe in doing that. My shipping fee is always an accurate estimate based on years of experience, and I promptly refund overages of $1.50 or greater and absorb the difference if I have underestimated. Shipping does include cost of packaging materials and travel to post office.

So how can I offer 'free shipping' on my Silkscreens? My screens are priced less than my competitors AND ship free because I use letter-mail which is still the most affordable to any location on the Globe.
Thicker items have to go by 'small packet air' and on average costs CDN$7.18 to USA and just over $10 to International locations