Last night I and four other ladies took a fun crafting class in Salem, Massachusetts. The store is located on a cozy street nestled among other craft shops, The Artist’s Row, a florist shop, a woman’s boutique clothing shop and a coffee shop. If you have ever read the wonderful woman’s fiction written by Debbie Macomber; the “Blossom Street” series, you know the ambiance of this street in Salem. Front Street in Salem is our version of Blossom Street in Seattle from Debbie Macomber’s best selling Blossom Street series.
During last night’s crafting class, we learned to make a pair of wire wrapped pea pod earrings that we wore home. Even though we all worked with the same materials, each pair of earrings took on the unique personality of the person working with the wire and pearls. The pea pod earrings class is from the $25.00 series and all supplies and instruction are included in the cost. Class prices range from the $25.00 series to the $45.00 series and include materials.
Are you curious about the name of this wonderful shop in Salem where we “played” with learning a new skill to add to our expanding repertoire of beading techniques? If you love all things beads, this is the shop for you – Beadworks of Salem, Massachusetts is located at 10 Front Street. The staff is helpful, friendly and readily available to assist those who happen to wander into this enchanting shop and feast their eyes on the palette of colorfully displayed beads that can’t help but awaken one’s imagination.
Beadworks of Salem offers an exciting array of beading classes tailored for everyone from the beginner just starting out with beads and all things beads to the more advanced classes that appeal to those experienced beader’s who want to expand their skill level. At Thursday night’s pea pod earrings class we had a little of both attend the class, beginners and experienced; each leaving the crafting class satisfied with the expertise of the instructor and the quality of the finished pea pod earrings.
To find out more about the upcoming classes and events sign-up for the free monthly newsletter at www.beadworksboston.com Or, better yet, stop by Beadworks on Front Street in Salem, Massachusetts and get to know the friendly, helpful staff. Check out all the exciting beads begging to ignite your creativity. Talk to the jewelry design team about “making the jewelry you want to wear”. It is a great feeling to hear friends and family compliment you on your necklace, bracelet or earrings and you replying thank you I designed it myself at Beadworks in Salem, Massachusetts. Where you too can catch the happy beading bug.