The little beads, brooches and trinkets you have stowed away in your jewelry box could become one of a kind pieces if you let Bead It. help you hone in on your creative skills. Kay Oday is a designer and instructor at the beader’s paradise, where you can dig through rooms of their beads or bring in something you already have to incorporate it into the perfect piece. She showed Amanda some of the projects and skills you can learn, from beading a necklace to making earrings.
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