Everyone can be creative – this is what we truly believe. We wanted to give you a chance to discover jewellery making, not just by offering online workshops but also by selling the unique beads and parts that we use in our Nadia Minkoff London studio to make jewellery. Whether you are a beginner or more experienced, we hope you find inspiration in our Bead Shop – from individual glass beads to kits that are ready to go, this is a great way to keep yourself occupied and enjoy the creative process.
Make at home kits – a new one added each week
One of our kits is the perfect way to occupy yourself with creative jewellery making. We have thought of everything so you don’t need to worry about buying the different elements separately. Each kit includes all necessary beads, parts and an instruction sheet as well as having an accompanying YouTube tutorial video to help you complete the whole kit yourself. The more parts you can see in the finished product, the more challenging the kit will be so, take your pick and enjoy making your own jewellery.
We offer a selection of unique bead bags, many of which are a mix of complimentary beads that are grouped per colourway so it is easy for you to get on with designing something interesting within one overall colour group. Whether you like classic neutrals or a pop of Swarovski neon, there is something for all tastes. Keep checking back as we add new options all the time.
We have tried and tested everything we sell ourselves. So whether you’re starting your jewellery making journey or would like to upgrade your current tool kit, we are confident you will be satisfied with our range of tools. From basics to some slightly more specialised equipment, we have a great selection that is always growing.
Our findings are put together with you in mind. Here you can find a good selection of quality parts that you need to create your own costume jewellery. We offer small packs and finding kits so you don’t need to buy bulk quantities which can result in waste.
Be sure to check out our YouTube tutorials if you are not sure how to use any of the findings.