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    i love costume jewellry and am thinking of trying it out i tried seed beads once but it was to fiddlely could anyone recommend a good starter kit with easy to follow instructions and any good web sites i could view thankyou
    Jan xx



    http://craftyjan.blogspot.com/

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    I would recommend www.spellboundbead.co.uk

    They have an array of products. I use them for most of my beads and even travel to their shop in Lichfield occasionally

    HTH
    Debs

    My website: www.debeadz.co.uk

    My blog: www.debeadz.blogspot.com

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Debeadz View Post
      I would recommend www.spellboundbead.co.uk

      They have an array of products. I use them for most of my beads and even travel to their shop in Lichfield occasionally

      HTH
      I think they should start paying us for advertising on here - we seem to be linking spellbound everyday atm!

      I agree! I love that shop - full of lovely beads and findings. They do some great kits that you might like as a starter?

      But be warned - once you start with the beads you won't be able to stop!!
      incywincystitches.com - Fabric buttons, button supplies and handmade accessories
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      • #4
        Not exactly beginners,...............but..................
        http://www.jencel.co.uk/seedbeadkits/index.php

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        • #5
          Hi Craftyjan,

          It's always difficult to know where to start, and although I don't have instruction guides etc on my site, it can be good for beginners in that I have no minimum order, offer low packs sizes and low P&P.

          So you don't have to spend a fortune to get started, but it's always good to have a look around to what's available.

          If you still feel unsure try finding a Bead Show in your area, and see if you can buy 'BEAD magazine' for ideas

          Debbie
          www.beadservice.net
          On-line bead supplier and bead lover

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          • #6
            I've recently added a few little 'DIY' kits to my website especially aimed at people wanting to try out working with a few beads...

            .
            Mel

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Beadsage View Post
              Not exactly beginners,...............but..................
              http://www.jencel.co.uk/seedbeadkits/index.php
              That is lovely
              incywincystitches.com - Fabric buttons, button supplies and handmade accessories
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              • #8
                Ta chuck.

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