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Bead Pairs Now On SALE!!!


I've just reduced all the bead pairs by 15% in the SueBeads etsy store as the second stage of my surprise sale! That means the lampwork bead sets are back to their regular prices. Through the holiday season, though, I will be announcing surprise sales from time to time so check back often. There will probably be a free shipping day or two, as well! I have many more bead pairs to list, however, I am completely out of silver plated spacers and need to take many many photos!

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Anonymous said…
fabulous! i have a question for you over at etsy. when you have some free time let me know if you have the beads.
thanks and i wish you and your family a wonderful turkey day.
sandra
stregata said…
I think the "eye" bead is great!! And loved the beads featured at Marbella Jewelry Design!!
Wishing you a very happy Thanksgiving with your loved ones, Sue!

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