A Bead Studio in the Country
Welcome to Creative Bead Studio.
Our Studio is nestled in the Lakes Region Area of New Hampshire as well as having an online presence.
We strive to provide you with a great shopping experience, a meaningful selection of quality, yet affordable handmade Jewelry with memorable customer service.
Come Learn, Create, and get Inspired to make "Uniquely made by you" Jewelry by taking a class or buying a kit with instructions.
We also provide entertainment/learning opportunity events such as "Girls Night Out", "Birthday Parties", "Bridal Party - matching bracelets" and a number of other "Celebrations" that involve participants to make their own jewelry in a fun & relaxed environment.
Word of mouth marketing is important to us. You are important to us. We build trust in our service by providing you with excellent customer service.
Having you pleased with your selection & feeling you received value for your dollar is our goal.
Should you not be happy with service or a product, please let us know & give us a chance to correct it.
Be kind, show respect for others & our environment, provide a helping hand, seek moments of joy and open your mind to learn something new. These are some steps to living a positive, productive & grateful life.
Although we use a fair amount of natural (untreated) gemstones, we believe in supporting the up-cycling resources where possible. So we do use some reconstituted stones. If such stones are used, they are identified in the description. Interestingly, when most of the retrieved resources are treated they usually become more attractive & stable than the original stone. In some cases, the natural stone, such as Turquoise, is becoming harder to find as several mines have closed and are more expensive each year. When you find "Turquoise" in craft stores and it is labeled Turquoise, it is really dyed Howlite or a "look alike" stone dyed. By law, the labels are suppose indicate what the material really is. "Chalk" Turquoise is simply "dust" that is saved from cutting or drilling it. (It is typically white and dyed Turquoise) Even treated Turquoise is expensive. See more details in the Blog section under Treated Stones.