They come to our area about four times a year and feature dozens of vendors displaying everything from beads made of glass and metal, natural stones, wire, findings, pearls, and stringing necessities. We also met nice people and found some amazing bargains.
|Assortment of glass pearls I got for an amazing price.|
|Check out Nikki's website to see her wonderful creations.|
We enjoyed the bountiful selection of seed type beads from The Beadroom. These were just what I was looking for in my quest for beads for bead weaving.
An assortment of toggles, findings and cute little snowflake charms rounded out my purchases for the day.
Sheila also added to her bead stash quite nicely. Now we both have enough supplies to fuel our need to bead. And just how long did we stay at the bead show? Not "too long"? Nope. If I remember correctly, we were there browsing the booths for approximately 4 hours. If you like beads, then go to an Intergalactic Bead Show and you'll see what I mean.