Northcoast Beadmakers

Kimmyg, Teri Roberts, Bev Butler, Carolyn Martin, Penel, Sandy Morrice, Christine Windolf, Marife (Rifie) Hogan, Su Bishop, Alan Ussher, Maria Dao, Tracy Brown, Terri Smith, Marianne Kerby, John Hanwright, Wendy Hearn, Carole Griffiths, Jan Roebuck, Jenni Wiseman, Gary Lisle, Tania Black, Maxine Chivers, Susan Clarkson, Terri Kraehe, Jenny Potts and Pippa Venter.

Lampworked glass beads, borosilicate glass pendants, borosilicate beads, unique handmade beads, fused glass pendants, fused glass cuffs, handmade designer jewellery, unique art glass jewellery, collectible miniature perfume bottles, gifts from wine glass charms to suncatchers, all made in Australia, as well as natural stone beads, pearls, coral, sterling silver beads and findings... www.northcoastbeadmakers.com

01.30.07

Lots of reductions

Posted in Uncategorized at 5:51 pm by kim

Finally completed the clean up of the focal bead gallery and there are lots of reductions! Far too many to link to or list so go to the gallery or to the sale items area of the shop to check them out! I will be adding some new focals in the next few days.
🙂 Kimmyg

01.28.07

Beady basics

Posted in Uncategorized at 3:10 pm by kim

Further additions to the site on the basics ranges were made today. I have listed basic raised transparent dot beads, 39 colours available at this point in time. I have also listed spacers in two sizes which you can order in 40 colours, two different sizes and can choose to have them etched to a soft velvet finish at no extra charge if you wish. I am still working towards updating the focals pages – school back tomorrow – hurrah!! I’ll keep you posted….

PS Scrumdidlyumptious set sold almost immediately it was listed (thank you Joy!) so the link will no longer exist!

The pictures below will take you to the latest listings!

Raised Trans Dots/Wh spacers

01.25.07

Scrumdidlyumptious

Posted in Uncategorized at 7:31 pm by kim

Some new additions to the site again today as well as a complete clean up of the loose beads and bead sets gallery. Many of these photos will be replaced over the next few weeks in an attempt to better illustrate the beads but in the meantime here are the latest additions, scrumdidlyumptious and swirled tiles! (I think I finally managed to put the link in the picture – click on the pictures to find out and PLEASE let me know if the links don’t work for you!!)
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01.21.07

More basics….

Posted in Uncategorized at 7:15 pm by kim

As promised, I will be updating listings over the next few days and have another ‘basics’ range to offer here. Yummy black based beads with two-tone swirls of colour!

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………….and a bit of fun here!
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Have a great day!
🙂 Kimmyg

01.20.07

All is chaos!

Posted in Uncategorized at 5:51 pm by kim

It has, again, been a while since I have updated the blog! However, lots has been happening behind the scenes so to speak. Lisa Delanoue is no longer active unfortunately, so both her gallery and Lexine’s gallery have been deleted from the site.

The Northcoast Beadmakers crew all now have access to the blog, so they should be posting some messages independently soon, which will mean more regular updates ( I hope) !! I have some gorgeous new imported sterling silver clasps which have just been listed in the shop – check out clasps, beads and bead caps to look at them all all!

Family commitments over Xmas and building work at home have meant that I have not put as much time into beads recently as I would like My studio (shedio!), having just been lined is total mayhem, so its off to the paintbrush and clean-up for me….! But the good news is that it is all just about finished so I now have an organised, clean area to work – I just need to screen out the mud wasps that we get here so that they cannot interfere with the new ‘clean machine’!! I have been working on trying to get some basic beads back into the equation and to this end will direct you to the following link (an appetizer!). Over the next week or so, I hope to list at least one basic style of bead which you can order by singles or multiples as well as one set of something a little different!
I think I’m coming out of the Xmas stuff and I am looking forward to a fabulous 2007 with the support of my customer base which is growing all the time – you know who you are and I thank you for your continued support!!
Here’s to 2007!! ……….and a connection to the first of the basics ranges
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