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« on: February 11, 2005 11:41:49 AM »

found this great bead site...the beads are fairly good prices, and they have a huge variety of findings...
also, if you register by giving them your email and such, you can use their "VIRTUAL BEAD BOARD"...which is pretty friggin' cool.   Grin



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« Reply #1 on: February 11, 2005 02:15:57 PM »

thanks for the link, i just requested myself a free catalog!   Smiley

« Reply #2 on: February 12, 2005 04:02:45 AM »

Glad to see you've discovered FMG.  It's a really good source for most things; and if you think the website has a lot of stuff WHEW wait til you see the big annual catalog.  They also send out smaller catalogs periodically, often featuring new items & sometimes specials.

Keep in mind that the specials always seem to sell out *really* fast --- apparently I never do get to the phone quick enough lllol ... or maybe ordering online is quicker?

Also try to familiarize yourself a bit with FMG's nifty "assortable" feature : it's an additional money-saving thing, bit hard to explain, but the catalog always has a full page explaining it ; and whateve rmight be assortable with something else is clearly marked on the catalog pages with color-coded "$assortable" icons. 

Better prices than FMG's for one or two of an item can sometimes be found elsewhere, but when you're "buying in bulk" its prices are pretty tough to beat.

OH and in case anyone's getting worried about the complexities of calculating all this stuff -- when phone ordering *you* don'tactually have to calculate assortable prices or multiples prices etc beforehand -- the computer that the customer service person uses does it automatically for you. I don;t know for sure but I assume that's true with online ordering too.
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