Tuesday , 2 September 2014
My beads have been described as “insanely perfect”, and my wonderful customers have given me the endearing nick-name of The Spacer Queen.

Spotlight Feature | The Spacer Shop

 

Hello! My name is Michelle Bryant. I’m the owner/artist of The Spacer Shop, your one-stop shop for lampwork glass spacer beads! I am a Wisconsin-based lampworker, which means that I create beads from glass melted over a very hot torch. All of my beads are handmade by myself in my home studio using Italian, American, Chinese, German, New Zealander, and recycled glass (with the help of two ginger cats and an old basset hound).

My Etsy shop was opened in 2009, and I’ve since had the privilege of providing hundreds of jewelry designers and other talented artists with the spacer beads that complete their creations. My beads have been described as “insanely perfect”, and my wonderful customers have given me the endearing nick-name of The Spacer Queen.
My store is stocked with over 300 glass colors including transparents, opaques and multi-color decorated bead sets. My spacer beads are available in 4 sizes and 3 hole widths, with shapes ranging from donuts to rounds to spiraled discs. I also offer holiday-themed beads such as Christmas stockings and Halloween candy corn and have just begun making large-hole beads that fit European charm bracelets!
Please use the coupon code HANDMADEOLOGY at checkout to receive a 10% discount on everything in my Etsy shop! Bonus beads (matched pairs that are perfect for earrings) are included with each purchase. I also happily accept custom orders!
My Etsy Shop

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5 comments

  1. Beautiful shop. Congrats on being selected as the spotlight feature artist. Your pictures are great!

  2. Glass Spacer Beads! Wow how beautiful. You are truly gifted. I would love to have you a featured business on my blog, Small Biz Review. Let me know.

    Great work and much success!

    NaTasha

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