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Things to do in the school holidays

The Bead Jar from BeadoirThe Bead Bucket Kit from BEADOIRSchools out... Woooohooooooo for the kids! However as we can see the English weather is not holding up very well this year! So when it's pouring down with rain and you can't chuck the kids in the garden what are you going to do?
Well why not treat them to a BEADOIR bead kit before they get under your feet and you start climbing the walls ;-) !  They can get crafty and entertain themselves making some snazzy jewellery, key rings, book marks etc. Bead kits are a great way to keep the kids not only occupied but nice and quiet too ;-). You can pick from one of our many bead kits at www.beadkit.co.uk or we can always come to you and keep them busy beading for as long as you want to book us for buzz@beadoirme.co.uk 

kids and Mums and dads and chums can also do some beading in our Greenwich London shop, 12b Turnpin lane, SE10 9JA


The BEADOIR shop Greenwich LondonWe sell loose beads too
Your can always email us with any questions buzz@beadoirme.co.uk


2 Comments to Things to do in the school holidays:

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Guadalupe Marcos on 19 October 2012 09:17
Beautiful jewelery! All these color and design are really awesome to me at all. Was looking forward to read about this entry. Thanks the head up! :lol:
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Karina@childsafetysoftware on 13 December 2012 02:21
I think grown people will love those sets too. They look like a lot of fun for people of all ages. That's a good thing since if you have someone else sitting with the kids, you know that they will also find it interesting to work with the supplies. Most bead sets only have in 1-5 different types of beads. It's a little bit harder to find sets that really have in a wide variety of beads, so you can get creative with colors and sizes.
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