Creative Beading Magazine

Beading is her Business

LOUISE ADMITS HER EARLY creations were fairly simple, however she steadily worked on her craft, studying textiles at school and being accepted into Fine Arts at University. She declined the university course in favour of working full time and studying for a retail certificate. As her job was “paying peanuts”, Louise decided to supplement her income by selling beads on the internet at night. This became so successful that she decided to open a bead store to display her ever-expanding

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