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All crystal bracelets have been repriced to $40 to match the lower price available in my Etsy shop.
In an effort to increase my focus on fantasy jewelry, I'm now clearing out a lot of beautiful items that just don't quite fit. To see what's on sale, either browse the categories, or do a search for "clearance."
Check my Etsy shop (linked below) for Daily Specials.
Postal rate increases got you down? Never fear, Erthe Fae Designs still offers free US shipping.
For complete news and other cool stuff, be sure to visit my blog daily.
|I think this section is pretty self-explanatory.
This section contains other artists, beady and otherwise, and perhaps a few small businesses that I like to support.
Beading For A Cure
Layne's Legacy - Beading For A Cure is a charity near and dear to my heart. I have participated every year since its inception and I highly recommend that you visit the site.
Deborah is a talented artist, making jewelry using a wide variety of techniques, including chain maille and precious metal clay. Be prepared to drool!
The Wing Thing
Unique, feminine jewelry, drawn from a love of nature. Also, check out the Hodgepodge section for Patti's great vintage and antique finds!
Tracy creates beautiful bead crocheted bracelets, along with other lovely beadwork and baskets, too!
VChoy Jewelry & Graphics
Unique and downright stunning jewelry, along with some pretty awesome PSP graphics, too. My beadwork would like to be more like Vampi's when it grows up!
A girl has to have a few secrets, but there are some suppliers that I am always happy to share. These are generally companies that I have a great relationship with and would recommend to anyone. Also, this is where to look for the creators of the sumptuous lampwork beads that I use.
Out on a Whim
I get the vast majority of my Japanese seed beads from Beki. She has a incredible selection of many other beads and supplies, too, as well as awesome service and quick shipping.
Wolf Song Designs
Whimsical lampwork beads from North Carolina artist Lois Oster. I own many of Lois's beads, and I've had the pleasure of watching her make them, and I can assure you that she's dedicated to quality, ensuring that every bead can be used to make lasting, beautiful jewelry.
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