Thursday, January 17, 2013

Introducing: Short Cuts

Introducing our new line of Blue Moon Beads available at Michaels!

Short Cuts


If you are new to jewelry making this collection is for you! No tools are required because the pieces all connect together with clasps. 


There are endless ways to interchange the pieces, and the necklaces can be used as wrap bracelets. 


Make sure to layer on charms to add detail and make the pieces your own.

10 comments:

  1. This is such a great idea! I like that I can create what I want in a way that will be easier :)

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  2. I love all of these creative ideas! I'm off to Michael's!

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  3. Oh, wow. This is such an awesome idea. I know I'm loving all of the pre-made pendants that Blue Moon Beads make. This is just another step towards even simpler jewellery making!

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  4. I saw these at my M's today and fell in love! I really, really wish though that there was one similar to the pandora, chamilia, trinkettes,etc bracelets. I really want to put my glass beads on a Short Cuts, but none are the style that would fit through. And, I can't find any of the silver snake bracelets short enough to use with the short cuts plates.

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  5. I love the shortcuts collection but there never seems to be any at the store. How can I order directly?

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  6. I cannot find them on the website:(

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    1. That's because you can only buy them at Michael's. Unfortunately, Michael's doesn't always carry them. My local Michael's has been out of these products for almost a month now. Has anyone had luck anywhere else? I know JoAnns sells Blue Moon too but I haven't seen the wraps in the store.

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    2. Sorry, I mean you can only buy them in store at Michael's. They're website doesn't have them and neither does Blue Moons website.....unless I'm looking in the wrong place but I highly doubt it.

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  7. Love these creations. What is the charm called that is circle hanging from the necklace?

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