Hey beautiful! It’s Gina from https://orchidandopal.com. In today’s video, I will share another section of my bead and jewelry making supply storage. This time, I will show you how I store my semi precious gemstone beads. Please see below for links to products I recommend:

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The methods I use will not work for everyone, and that’s totally understandable! I encourage everyone to find their favorite methods of bead storage and organization, which meet your own unique circumstances. On that note, if you try one method, and it doesn’t work for you, go ahead and try something else. Don’t feel obligated to stick to a method that you aren’t keeping up with, or isn’t effective for you. Expect a period of trial and error, and time, to see what is working, and what needs to be tweaked.

Bead Storage Series:
#1 – Findings: https://www.orchidandopal.com/blog/bead-storage-series-1-how-i-organize-my-jewelry-findings
#2 – Seed Beads: https://www.orchidandopal.com/blog/bead-storage-series-2-seed-beads
#3 – Crystal Stones and Beads: https://www.orchidandopal.com/blog/bead-storage-series-3-crystal-beads-and-stones
#4 – Czech Glass: https://www.orchidandopal.com/blog/bead-storage-series-4-czech-glass-beads
#5 – Semi Precious Gemstones: https://www.orchidandopal.com/blog/bead-organization-5-how-i-store-gemstone-beads
#6 – Stringing Material & Tools: https://www.orchidandopal.com/blog/bead-organization-6-stringing-materials-tools

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Visit the Design Index to see all of Gina’s beading designs, organized by type, skill-level, and more!
Visit the Orchid and Opal Design Index https://bit.ly/OOJDESIGNINDEX

Businesses, or viewers, who wish to contact me personally may reach me here:
E-mail: orchidopaljewelry AT gmail DOT com

GENERAL:
Copyright: Especially pertaining to Orchid and Opal original jewelry designs, please do NOT reproduce, or copy video content, or written instructions, in any format, without my consent. You may email me to inquire about discounted pricing for written patterns used in group instruction.

Credit: Artists spend countless hours on their designs from concept to completion. I have the utmost respect for other artists, and the time/energy behind their original designs. I will always make a point to give credit where credit is due because I expect the same in return. Of course, in some rare circumstances, artists’ beading designs may overlap in certain ways; after all, there are only so many combinations in which beads may be put together. It’s possible for artists to simply “be on the same wavelength.” “Great minds think alike,” and all that. 🙂

Selling: You may sell any of the jewelry you have made from my tutorials. If you are able to credit, or tag me, as the designer, it is much appreciated.

Commenting: I am honored to have you here! In order to maintain an upbuilding environment, please note that I have no tolerance for hate speech, bullying, spam, or comments that rudely criticize others, or myself, without the intent of offering constructive suggestions.

Please note: Orchid and Opal is a one-woman show. I (Gina) happily work full-time creating new designs, finished pieces, written patterns, and video content. However, there’s so much more work that goes unseen. I state this to let you know (1) how passionate I am about what I do, and (2) as a fellow human, I make mistakes, and do the best I can while also trying to maintain a work-life balance. I always strive to thoroughly research topics, educate myself, and present you with the most accurate content, to the very best of my ability. Thanks for joining me on this creative journey!

FTC Disclosure: This information may contain affiliate links, in which I might earn a small commission based on your purchase, at absolutely no cost to you. Regardless, I only recommend products and services I trust.

Updated: 2021-01-11

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