Custom Jewerly consultations and Color matching
Do you have a special occasion to attend or want something unique that matches your style and personality? Bring in that special outfit that you just can’t find jewellery to match and we will create an original piece that will have everyone talking. We will even help you design the item and assemble it for you!
Parties and Workshops
Do you want to get together with a few girls and call it a girl’s night out? Is your child celebrating a birthday and you just don’t know what to do for a party? We have the answer for you. Our staff will help you plan the ultimate party. Each person will leave with their unique creation. Call us for more details and for cost per person.
Children's Birthday Parties
Option #1 -
At $15.00 per child including plasic beads. (minimum 6 - max 10) It is a simple stringing project and takes aprox. 1-1 1/2 hours. These parties can be booked only on Saturdays, from 10:30 - 12:00 or 1:30 - 3:00. Due to the delicate nature of our shop no food or drink is allowed.
At $15.00 per child + cost of beads gemstones of your choice. and other details same as above.
Cost of beads a quick tutorial and you can rent our tools at no charge. ($50.00 refundable deposit required).
We know how special family heirlooms can be and how heartbreaking it is when you can’t wear it because it is outdated or doesn’t fit. Bring it to us; we can help you make your special piece something to wear proudly. We also design necklaces, bracelets or earrings with your heirloom so that you can share them with members of your family. Because memories are meant to last a lifetime!
Wedding party, Jewerly and design
We will create the perfect wedding accessories for you and your attendants, and don’t forget the moms! We will help bring more of your personality into your special day! Want to do it yourself? Great! We can organize an evening where you and your bridesmaids can create your own unique jewellery for the wedding! Watch all the heads turn now! Call us for details!
The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011