BeadDweeb

Bead Jewelry and Colorful Kitchen Gifts

Aurora, Colorado · 669 Sales

BeadDweeb

Bead Jewelry and Colorful Kitchen Gifts

Aurora, Colorado 669 Sales On Etsy since 2011

5 out of 5 stars
(190)
Maureen Modlish

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5 out of 5 stars
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Lorrie Bruhns

Lorrie Bruhns on May 13, 2018

5 out of 5 stars

Beautiful earrings! Exactly as pictured! I purchased these earrings as a Mother's Day gift for my Mom; she loved them! Very carefully packed. Thank you!😁

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BeadDweeb, Colorful Basics

Beads from around the world! I love to knot them, weave them and combine them, and have been displaying my creations in my Etsy shop since 2011. Sometimes I've even dreamt about cascades of beads in all their bright colors.

Then came the oven towel dresses, last year, made one for my house and decided to make a few more for my Etsy shop and for craft shows. At a craft show, I was asked if I made nylon scrubbies. I do now, more bright colors. And why not potholders and dishcloths to develop the theme of practical and colorful a little more?

So here I am with jewelry and kitchen gift items, lots more to talk about with visitors to my booth, and lots more to offer in my Etsy shop.

In the 90s, beads became an obsession and 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, crocheting and the business aspects around the edges of selling my work. Thanks to Connie Kercher, Switchboard Networking (Westminster, Colorado) for her encouragement to me to develop BeadDweeb in the direction of kitchen gifts.

I am always learning.

Special thanks to my husband Tom, my cousin Chris, and to family, friends and customers with whom I share delight in a colorful life.

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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