Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Gypsy Spirit Studio - a new friend

I have been preparing for the Bead Soup Blog Party that is hosted by Lori Anderson.  I wanted to get some wonderful new beads to send to my partner.  So the search began on Etsy for just the right coordinating beads. 

I came across GypsySpiritStudio during my Etsy search and was immediately captivated by the beads and components that were offered.  I looked through all the pages of sparkly things that were available, and found the beads that I knew were just the right ones.  I messaged Sharon, the proprietor of this wonderful shop, to ask about shipping details.  She was so quick to respond and was so helpful.

We ended up chatting about kids, printers and the mail.  It is so nice to meet a new friend that shares my passion for the beautiful. 
I got my package oh so QUICKLY!  Little did I know what treasures this seemingly simple package held for me!
This beautiful package was inside that plain manilla envelope.  I felt like I was opening a special present just for me. 
Inside it contained such lovely things that I am still amazed!  I can't show everything because some of these lovely beads are for my BSBP partner. So no peaking :)
Take a look at these beautiful Purple Agate Marquise connectors.  Aren't they just gorgeous?

 And then there were these Angel Wing Flower Beads.  I am so excited about these.

I have been looking for just the right beads to finish a bracelet that I have been working on and I knew as soon as I saw these Carnival of Colors Baroque Czech glass beads that I had found the right ones. 

It is always nice to find lovely beads and even better to find a new friend.  Head on over to Sharon's shop : GypsySpiritStudio to see what other lovely items she has for you.  You are sure to make an amazing new friend in the process.

Much love,


  1. Wow, gorgeous beads! It's always exciting to find a new partner on many wonderful people there with amazing jewelry and components. You did good!! I will definitely check out her shop!

  2. I'm so glad you joined up! And I love Czech glass!