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1  UNITED STATES / California / Sonoma, CA, Cinco de Mayo Open House on: April 16, 2013 03:21:38 PM
Soft Flex Company invites you to our open house sale!




Soft Flex Company Cinco de Mayo Open House Sale

May 4-5, 2013 - Saturday and Sunday 11am - 5pm

Up to 75% off on beads (excludes closeout items). Gift certificates can not be used in conjunction with sale.

We are cleaning out our excess inventory in order to better focus on what we do best - wire and tools!

Free project kit!

Free admission and parking!

Free refreshments!

One of a kind items.

22678 Broadway, Suite 1, Sonoma, CA 95476

Toll free (866) 925-FLEX (3539) - Local (707) 938-3539

For more information, visit www.softflexcompany.com or email info@softflexcompany.com
2  California / California: North / Jewelry Class: Finger Bouquet on: May 30, 2007 04:11:53 PM
If you going to be attending our Sonoma Glass Art & Bead Festival, you won't want to miss this class.

http://www.softflexcompany.com/FestivalCA_Main.htm


Learn how to make a beautiful ring, the Finger Bouquet is fun to create and a real eye catcher on the finger.


Register here:

http://www.beaduniqueu.com/classes/class.php?class=244

 

Wear a crystal bouquet everyday! Finger bouquets are fun, easy and fast to make. Make several to wear on different days or all at one time! Finger bouquets make great gifts for brides and bridesmaids. (Instructor will accept students as young as 10 years old for this class if accompanied by an adult who is also registered for the class).

Class Fee: $ 72    Kit Fee: $ 10
Included in Kit:Ring base, thread, needle, assortment of Swarovski crystals, pearls, glass beads and seed beads.
Supplies Needed:Bead mat, scissors, task lamp.
Project completed in class:yes
Maximum class size: 25
Seats available: available
3  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Beads: Discussion and Questions / Final Boston Best Bead show is looming. on: August 26, 2005 02:06:54 PM
Greetings all,

    Sadly, the final Boston Area Best Bead Show is nearing. Friday, September 9th is when the show will open and it will run through Sunday, September 11th. It was a great show last year lots of beads, glass, and delicious chowda at dinner.
    Admission is going to be five dollars on Saturday and Sunday, but this year, Friday will be FREE. Since it is the last year, Friday is also going to be the big giveaway day. Every early bird that comes to the show when it opens at 10am on Friday morning will have the opportunity to place their name in a drawing. The first drawing will take place at 11am that morning and 5 winners will be pulled. They will each receive $100 Bead Show Bucks gift certificate! An hour later a second drawing will announce the first place and grand prize winners the first place prize is 2 $100 Bead Show Bucks gift certificates. The lucky grand prize winner will receive 3 $100 Bead Show Bucks gift certificates.
    The Bead Show Bucks gift certificates will be redeemable with all vendors, but the entire amount must be spent at a single booth, no breaking it up and using on separate booths.
    Renowned glass artist Lewis Wilson is hosting the show. Full details of the show, including: directions, hours, location, and vendors attending are all available on his website: www.crystalmyths.com
    If anybody has any questions regarding the show, contact Lewis at:  lewis@crystalmyths.com
    If you happen to catch the show on Friday, make sure you stay for the Karaoke later that night American Idol would be jealous of the talent he brings to the stage or something.
4  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Beads: Discussion and Questions / Soft Flex, our first show. on: August 24, 2005 03:57:24 PM
Greetings all,

Last weekend, we wrapped up our first show - The Sonoma Wine Country Glass Art and Bead Festival. After years of travelling across the country and selling at thousands of shows, we decided it was time to host our own. We spent a great deal of energy gathering vendors and planning and it all went off much better than we could have imagined.

If anybody would like to see some pictures of the event, they will posted here: http://softflexcompany.com/festival.htm in a couple of days.

We may be doing it again next year depending on the feedback. If anybody on this forum attended, we would love to hear your input.
5  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Beads: Discussion and Questions / Wrote my first beading article, would love feedback. on: July 20, 2005 02:05:59 PM
Hey all,

  I wrote my first beading article for The Bead Bugle. I would love to have honest opinions about it. If you would like to read it, this is the link:

http://beadbugle.com/html/troubleshooting_broken_jewelry.html

 Grin
6  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Beads: Completed Projects / What do you think of my male necklace designs? on: February 23, 2005 02:50:56 PM
Greetings all,

     I just wanted to post some of my necklaces to see what everybody thought. Please give me honest opinions. The pieces are all designed to be worn by men. So far, alot of people have told me I ought to opt for lobster clasps rather than toggles. What do you think? I am designing them for myself and not to sell, but would like ideas on how I can improve them or if they look alright as is...

http://www.photodump.com/direct/SoftFlexGuy/ResizedNECKLACETHREE-CLOSEDCLASP315.jpg

http://www.photodump.com/direct/SoftFlexGuy/ResizeNECKLACETWO538.jpg

http://www.photodump.com/direct/SoftFlexGuy/ResizeNECKLACEONE569.jpg
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