Bead Bash offers good reason to make jewelry

February 13, 2013 by  

The Beadnik Bead Bash will be taking place at the Mall of America this March, with a portion of all its proceeds going to benefit the Make-a-Wish Foundation of Minnesota.

Those who attend will be able to take jewelry-making classes with celebrity instructors. They will also be able to create a bracelet which will be given to Make-a-Wish recipients, make and take their own jewelry, or shop for beads and jewelry among over 26 vendors. The workshops, which last from three to three and a half hours, have different fees, although all materials are included in the fee. The instructors for these workshops will include crafting celebrity instructors Juliana Hudgins, Jean Campbell, and Laura Andrews.

Make-a-Wish Minnesota is dedicated to providing memorable experiences for children who are suffering from life-threatening conditions or diseases. The organization is making sure those children can have the opportunity to have fun without worry.

It is likely that the vendors who will be selling items during the Bead Bash will come from around the area, including nearby Burnsville. They will also no doubt be working with local printing companies to prepare for the show. Investing in a business card printing order would allow the vendors to include a business card with every item they sell. This will ensure the customer does not forget their name and will increase the possibility of further business opportunities.

The Beadnik Bead Bash will take place on March 16 – 17 at the Mall of America in Bloomington. For more information, call 952-883-8800.