Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Bead Farm Charm

Looking to add some color to these dull winter days? A vibrant rainbow awaits at The Bead Farm at Gardner Village.

Come for some shopping, a scheduled class (contact the store for specifics), or to enjoy a little Table Time.

What is Table Time?
Spend up to 1.5 hours creating your own custom jewelry designs and take full advantage of all the Bead Farm has to offer. You'll have full access to their tools, and the helpful staff is on hand to answer questions and help you through the process. They're SO great with children, too. I was taking my daughter for this fun at only 2 years of age, and she's never had any trouble.

How it Works

1. Fill a tray with the beads you want for your piece. The quantity of beads varies depending on the project--example.... a necklace will generally require more beads than a bracelet.

Decisions, decisions! Making a final selection is probably the most difficult part of the process--SO many fab choices!

2. Position your beads in a pattern.

3. Get to stringing.

4. Add those finishing touches to complete your piece. NOTE: The awesome staff will help the younger beaders complete their designs and give you any pointers you need. No experience is required to leave with a creation of your own from The Bead Farm!

5. Show off your signature style.

This is such a fun way to spend a day. The Bead Farm also hosts parties and other events, so get your friends together and let the creating begin.

Get Your Green On!
Don't find yourself in a pinch this St. Patrick's Day. The Bead Farm has plenty of pre-made pieces to choose from, including a wee pot of gold (so cute!).

And, of course, there are green beauties as far as the eye can see if you'd prefer to make your own pretty pinch repellent.

Find your stylish pot o' gold at the end of The Bead Farm's colorful rainbow today!

The Bead Farm
Phone: 801-938-1995
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From all of your friends at Gardner Village, may the luck of the Irish be with you on St. Patrick's Day and all year through!

Megan Hoeppner

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