Celebrating Our Freedom

A few festive 4th of July earring designs!

As we prepare to celebrate the anniversary of our country’s independence, we wanted to say a few words to express how fortunate we feel to be a small, independent business in the good ol’ U. S. of A.. We are thankful to have the freedom to build a warm, creative environment for our customers, the freedom to express our creativity by making unique jewelry, the freedom to have fun at work (!!!), and the freedom to create lasting relationships with our supportive customers.

Blue Door Beads owner Sara Mancini working on some fun 4th of July jewelry.

We are thankful for all of these freedoms, and we wanted to make note of another major anniversary: today is the 30-day mark for Blue Door Beads!

This first month has been a wonderful experience, and we want to say thank you to all of our customers — new, returning, and ones that bring friends! We appreciate your words of encouragement, your business, and all of your efforts to get the word out about us. We cannot wait to spend many more months — and years — beading with you!

For those of you who haven’t had the chance to visit the shop, here are just a few snapshots of the store (click on each one for a larger view). Hope you can come visit us soon!

Trays & walls full of goodies!

Have a seat at our work station & create something fantastic!

Sit back, relax, and browse through some books full of inspiring projects.

Some of Sara’s favorite blue doors!

Our very own blue door. Where does it lead? Come in to the shop to find out!

‘Nuff said.


7 thoughts on “Celebrating Our Freedom

  1. I am so excited for you! Apparently my sister has already been in for a visit. I need to get down there!

  2. Sara… this looks just amazing.. I so have to get there and check it out first hand!!! There is a little bit of Bead Shop there and it has the Sara sparkle.. you GO girl… LOVE it!!!

    • Yes, yes you do! You know that my bead store was inspired because of your store!!! I think you need to come and we’ll do a “bead store exchange program”!

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