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Beaded Leather Bracelet

Learn how to create fun, comfortable, and stylish bracelets using leather, beads and nylon thread.

  • 75 US dollars
  • Small Space Art Collective

Service Description

Using leather, beads and nylon cord, create a fun, stylish and comfortable bracelet. These bracelets work up easily and, once you have the technique, the possibilities are endless. Makes a great gift for Mother’s Day! Materials include leather cord, faceted glass beads, nylon thread, a button and written directions with illustrations. Color options for beads and leather will be available. Additional supplies and semi-precious beads will be available for purchase. Suitable for beginning or experienced beaders. Mature teens and adults welcome. About the Artist: Doris Weinbaum has been involved with beads, both as a businesswoman and an artist/teacher since 1993. In that year Doris opened a retail bead shop in Oak Park, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago. While owning and managing the shop, Doris began learning beading techniques and jewelry design from instructors in her store, books and customers. Given her breadth of experience with many other hand-crafts, including sewing, knitting and crocheting, Doris' talent for beading blossomed. Doris has had one of her original designs published and has taught a wide range of beading techniques to children and adults. As a former home economics teacher, Doris most enjoys watching where individual creativity will take her students. Doris believes there are no limits to the artistic uses for beads, especially when combined with knowledge of beadwork techniques and tools. In January 2008, Doris and her husband Mike relocated to San Clemente, California for a career change for Mike and a lifestyle change for both. Doris sold her bead shop in 2012 and it is now in the daily care of her former store manager. Doris is enjoying spreading her knowledge and love of beadwork to the community of artists in Southern California. Doris is a regular teacher for the Bead Society of Orange County. Doris’ jewelry creations can be found at the San Clemente Art Gallery and Tyger Lotus Boutique, both located in downtown San Clemente. Doris is looking forward to being with a new community of artists while teaching at Small Space Art Collective!


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Contact Details

  • 210 Calle de Los Molinos, San Clemente, CA, USA

    9494013255

    hello@smallspaceartcraft.com

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