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    The Big Move!!

    We've moved!  We closed the shop March 29-31 for the move, and opened in the new space at 26 East Market Street on April 1!  It was tough, and I was exhausted, but when my family and friends get together, boy do they get things done!!!  I'm so grateful to everyone for the parts they played in the move!!  

    So we're open with even more good things to offer.  I've added living lockets to the stock, and they've been so popular just in the first week!  These lockets are glass, and come in different sizes, shapes, and finishes. You can then add living lockets charms to make it your own - baby's feet, birthstones, inspirational words, and all kinds of charms!  

    Classes are revving up again, with bead weaving, crystal clay, and some mixed media projects. Click on the "classes" link for more information!

    Parties are also booking out quickly.  Check out the Parties link for information on parties of all types (corporate, birthday, girls night out).  Projects have been updated and remember, you can always request your own project.

    Bridal and prom requests are coming in as well.  Stop in to see some examples of jewelry, brooch bouquets, and other accessories custom designed just for you!


    Thanks for all your support.  I"m so grateful to everyone for the part you play in my life! 

    Bead Happy!




    Welcome to the new website for Soulshine Studio Bead Shop. We are located in the lovely Finger Lakes Region in the Gaffer District of Corning, New York.I am thrilled to be able to show off our products in a more pleasing manner. I also am glad to be able to provide a contact form and comment section in this blog to encourage more interaction with YOU!  I thank you all so very much for you support in the first year of business and would love to hear more from you.  My customers are my beading family and you all are very important to me. I invite you to share your ideas, your concerns, your projects...anything goes (as long as it's civil and family friendly, of course!).