Bedecked Beads Handmade Jewellery

Valerie Anderson-Bedecked Beads

Bedecked Beads handmade jewellery was launched in July 2009 in the UK with a brand new online shop. My name is Valerie Anderson, my passion is designing and creating unique polymer clay jewellery, which is handmade in the UK, just outside Edinburgh, Scotland. I love to experiment with different media and tend to vary my designs incorporating handmade polymer clay components and wire work to create wearable art jewellery.

I design contemporary handmade jewellery designs to classic one of a kind designs from polymer clay, where I follow my creative muse. You can be assured of the quality of the materials used to create our jewellery as I hand pick all materials used.

I pride myself in my customer service and if you can't see what you want on my website or you need anything urgently, I will do my best to accomodate you. Please check out our FAQs as you may find your answer there

 

 

"I love all the beautifully colourful, tactile and unique products. Val has a fabulous artistic flair and a great understanding of colour. I love all the jewellery I've purchased over the years and the compact mirrors, hip flasks, cuff links have all been well received gifts. My favourite items are my new leather look necklace and earrings, my totally fabulous seam ripper and of course, top of the list is my beautiful collection of bedecked buttons" Isobel

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I love to share my enthusiasm for creating with polymer clay and am the co ordinator for the British Polymer Clay Guild in Scotland. We run regular workshops in Edinburgh. If creating polymer clay jewellery is for you, please contact me !

Recently launched, are our new line of polymerclay handmade buttons These are unique handmade buttons which are suitable for your sewing, craft and knitting projects, now available in our shop.I keep up to date with new techniques and materials by attending workshops in the UK

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