Friday, August 31, 2007

Fall Color Trends from

For our American friends, hope you enjoy the Labor Day Weekend. With all the kids back in school, it's time to start thinking about your designs for the Fall and Winter season. As always we use the Swarovski® Color Trends Charts and made some suggestions of our Venetian Beads which will work with the projected colors.

For a look at all the projected colors and our suggestions on Venetian Beads, you can visit our webpage at: Fall 07 Trends

We remind all of you on the East coast that we will be in New York at the WholeBead Show October 19-21. We look forward to seeing all of you there. Don't forget to print the discount coupon from our website.

Metropolitan Pavilion
South Pavilion, 1st Floor
125 West 18th Street between 6TH & 7th Avenues
#1 SUBWAY @ 18TH & 7TH

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Thanks for your business, Brenda

Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Sonoma Bead Show - Great Event

My hats off to Bead Unique and Soft Flex for putting on a great show (which ended Sunday 8-12). The location in Sonoma is off the historic square and in a warm small-town setting. The vineyards along the highway arriving were picture perfect with the vines heavy with grapes as the winerys get ready to harvest the grapes for white wines. The reds will be ready next month.

Not only was there a wide range of classes to take, but there were also entirely free stuff! Everybody loved the "Make It - Take It" and the kids went wild over the little plastic pop beads that they use to make their own jewelry. For new beaders, there were plenty of people to answer their questions and show them the basics. There was even a free (yes FREE) PMC class.

The local Fire Department provided food on the spot and there were lots of tree covered spaces to eat. Many residents came and felt that it was an event with included their community. Needless to say, we'll be back next year.

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