Welcome to Bead At Home for Beginners
Making jewelry is a very simple process but learning how to make jewelry can be confusing. There are a lot of options in beading techniques, jewelry making supplies and beading tools for you, the beginner, to sift through and it can become overwhelming at times.
Have you ever asked yourself, “Where do I need to start to learn how to make jewelry?”
There is so much to learn about beading and making jewelry for beginners and I can tell you from first hand experience that it can be rather intimidating.
Having a ‘go to’ place will ease you into this vast topic of jewelry making.
But how to find the right one?
Bead At Home is here to help. We focus on the beginner with information like:
- Step by step beading tutorials
- Jewelry making supplies
- Beading tools
- Beading designs
- Bead shops
It is our focus to help you get your footing. Like anything new you must learn to walk before you can run.
So where do you start? At the bead-ginning!
We get you started by discussing and introducing you to basic information to make your learning simple, easy and to the point. We share our recommendations of supplies, tools, books, magazines based on our own experience while we were learning. We try to take the guess work out of it for you so that you will be making jewelry before you know it.
Come on in and see what waits for you in your new path of learning how to make jewelry in these pages.
Proverbs 20:15 Lips that speak knowledge are a rare jewel.
Start with ‘Beading for Beginners’ to introduce you to our instruction method. If you have any questions along the way please let us know. We are in a constant growth mode since there is so much information to share with you. We invite your input on how we can better serve you.
Also be sure to follow along in topics discussed in ‘DIY Jewelry Journal’ as we expand on topics about beading and jewelry making. We love hearing from you so be sure to join the conversation.
We hope you find a home here and decide to move in. We also invite you to tell your friends about us as well. We learn best from each other.
So grab your coffee or tea and let’s bead-gin learning how to ‘Bead At Home’.