Announcement Industrial Jewelry Made With Hardware. Specializing in Morse Code Jewelry! See my work in person at my shop in Lowell, Massachusetts or visit http://lushindustrial.com/
Industrial Jewelry Made With Hardware. Specializing in Morse Code Jewelry! See my work in person at my shop in Lowell, Massachusetts or visit http://lushindustrial.com/
oesnutz on Mar 9, 20155 out of 5 stars
This is awesome. Now I have to get all the stuff to do it.
Lorene on Oct 17, 20145 out of 5 stars
I am nearly speechless over these earrings! They are beautiful and beautifully made. I can't wait to wear them for Halloween! I was so surprised how fast they came. Thanks!
Cmrgroup on Sep 23, 20145 out of 5 stars
very pleased with total experience. Great product, nice finish, looks great, super service, cannot be happier
Laurie on Jun 10, 20145 out of 5 stars
Love the idea! Love the necklace! It's a new favorite of mine.
Samantha on Mar 28, 20145 out of 5 stars
Awesome product! My boyfriend is going to love it. Thank you so much
Ispymyohmy on Mar 1, 20145 out of 5 stars
Thank you! This is too cute! Will order from again! A+++
mchacha on Dec 22, 20135 out of 5 stars
Love the way it looks, Victorian but not overly so. Can be worn with regular outfit as well as something special. Excellent customer service. Seller was willing to adjust to my specifications. Very responsive to communications. Thanks!
Anonymous on Aug 7, 20135 out of 5 stars
Birthday gift. Must remember to ask for second box.
Tech Geek Opens....Bead Shop?
I have a degree in Computer Science, and worked in the tech industry for 8-9 years. After being laid off from the tech industry in 2002, I was trying to decide if I even wanted to work in tech anymore. I was pretty burned out.
I had started making jewelry 2 years before; I was turned into a beading addict by a similarly afflicted friend. I decided to start selling my jewelry as a way to keep myself sane while job hunting. That's when I started Lizzie's Things.
Through a random series of events, I ended up with part-time jobs at 2 different bead stores. I really enjoyed it! I ended up selling my house because I had finally decided I didn't want to be in tech anymore. Someone suggested I open my own bead shop, and I figured it was a good time since I had the proceeds from the sale of my home. My brick and mortar bead shop called Lush Beads opened in Lowell, MA in 2004. I ran the shop until December 2013. Now I focus on jewelry making.
Meanwhile, I opened an Etsy shop in 2005, and did very little with it until 2009-2010. My shop's primary focus is on patterns.
Owner, Maker, Designer
Hi! I am Liz, owner of Lush Beads. I have been crafting most of my life, beading since 2000 and selling my pieces since 2002. I now work out of a fantastic artist studio building (Western Avenue Studios) in Lowell, MA.
Accepted payment methods
Returns and exchanges
There are no refunds on pattern purchases.
I ship US Postal Service first class. If you would like insurance or delivery confirmation, or want to upgrade your shipping, please convo me before paying and I will send you a revised invoice. I am not responsible for loss or damage to uninsured items.
Any single item priced $90 or more will be shipped US Priority Mail with insurance (US only) and delivery confirmation (US only). These additional costs are already on your invoice, so no need to wait for a revised invoice.
International buyers are responsible for any associated customs costs. I ship from the United States. I am not responsible for packages once they leave US soil.