Spoilt Rotten Beads Inspire Customers with Free Beading Tutorial Videos
August 13, 2011 (PRLEAP.COM) Lifestyle NewsSpoilt Rotten Beads would like to invite customers online to brush up on their basic beading skills at www.spoiltrottenbeads.co.uk. The online bead retailer provides simple tutorials for people who are passionate about beading.
The online bead retailer specialises in beautiful beads but is also a one stop shop for jewellery making tools and supplies. The Spoilt Rotten Beads team are passionate about jewellery making and customers can use the site to find out a plethora of information regarding the art of beading.
The Spoilt Rotten Beads site provides an online community that offers customers advice and support through a variety of different mediums. From jewellery making workshops to free beading video tutorials, Spoilt Rotten Beads can help you to improve your skills at speed.
Customers can use the online tutorials to create stunning pieces of jewellery and they can even showcase their latest creations in the online customer gallery. Spoilt Rotten Beads encourage customer interaction and are rewarding the customer that submits the best creation with gift vouchers to spend in store or online.
The online tutorials cover a wide range of techniques and customers can learn how to attach a crimp cover, use a knotting tool and crimping pliers among other things.
Spoilt Rotten Beads would like to welcome customers online to discover the latest beading projects and tutorials online at www.spoiltrottenbeads.co.uk.
ABOUT SPOILT ROTTEN BEADS, JEWELLERY & BRIDES LTD – BEADS FOR THE CREATIVE JEWELLER
Spoilt Rotten Beads, Jewellery & Brides Ltd was founded by Juliet Browse and stocks over 3,000 beads, findings and jewellery making kits. The Company specialise in bringing the latest beads to the market and showcase them through their online store. All Company employees are passionate about beads and making jewellery and staff are regular contributors and active members of the jewellery making scene.
Spoilt Rotten Beads are very active in jewellery social media sites and operate under a highly positive environmental and ethical policy. The Company trade a range of fair trade beads that generate invaluable income for developing communities as well as annually contributing a percentage of profits to charity.
Spoilt Rotten Beads, Jewellery & Brides Ltd
7 The Green
Tel: 01353 749853
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