BEEBOO by Beth Mellor

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"Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life." – Pablo Picasso
 

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Beth Mellor crafts all beads, pendants and jewelry individually by hand in the Beeboo Studios. The lampwork glass beads are made at the home based studio (and properly kiln annealed) while the fused glass pendants and finished jewelry are created at the new Beeboo Studio at the Princeton Community Center, 18 Boylston Ave, Princeton, MA 01541 which opens to the public by request.

Finished jewelry on this site is made to order unless otherwise noted and as each piece is handcrafted there may be slight variation from photos.

Celebrating the
life of Herb Maynard

My fabulous father, Herb Maynard, passed away in 2005 after a long battle with ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease). My mom was Dad's primary care-giver. Throughout the 2 year battle both she and Dad continued to make the most of every day, taking it as it comes and relishing the time they had together. They are my inspiration.

To honor my father, I support Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) Research in the fight for a cure. If you're planning an ALS fundraiser and need items please email me with information about your event and I'll find something fabulous to donate!

 

Shipping info... Your purchase will be carefully packaged and shipped within one week of purchase. USPS First Class, Priority, and Express Mail options are available. UPS and Fed-X by request.

Returns are always accepted for refund in new, unused condition within 2 weeks of purchase and for merchandise exchange within 1 month of purchase... no questions asked!

Contact by E-mail

Beth is a Breast Cancer Survivor
working on year 3!

Visit Beth's Breast Cancer Blog

 

 

Teaching Beadmaking at the Worcester Center for Crafts
online course listing and registration
25 Sagamore Rd, Worcester, MA

Did you know? Beth Mellor started making jewelry under the guise of Beeboo in 1998 named for children Bee & Boo (nicknames of course). The first Beeboo lampwork glass beads were born in the year 2000 and the torch hasn't cooled since. Beth sporadically blogs and maintains a facebook page giving away pretty things periodically to beeboo facebook fans (if you "like" the page). Beth is her own webmaster so if the site seems stagnent and outdated it means things are hopping in the studio!