Welcome to Busybeaders website, my name is Helena and stitching jewellery is my passion. I hand make all of the jewellery to custom fit you perfectly and can adjust to make pieces smaller or longer according to each hand made customised or bespoke jewellery order.
These #somethingblue shoe clips are a lovely way to remember someone on your wedding day, they can be attached to the bride's shoes or they can be placed inside the groom's inside pocket, there is a selection of charms to choose from, e.g. a bereaved parent or simply missing you as i walk down the aisle, it has a little blue ribbon attached, they have simple open and close concept no pins required.
I just received my beautiful angel and initial charm to hang on my wedding bouquet in memory of one of my best friends who tragically passed away. I am thrilled with it. I had really wanted a way of having her close to me that day.
Helena is an absolutely lovely lady to deal with, so nice and kind. I will definitely be recommending to my friends and will no doubt be buying more items in the future! XxxI
I bought a fabulous bracelet from Helena recently at a networking event. Helena makes her pieces by hand with love and attention to detail. If you are looking for a gift for a loved one or yourself please keep BusyBeaders in mind. Helena works from a place of love and integrity Highly recommend, thank you.
I received my angel bracelet today and I love it. Such a beautiful way to remember loved ones on my wedding day. Thank you Helena, you were a pleasure to deal with and I will be ordered from you again.
Helena is a pleasure to deal with you can see she crafts with her heart and that is why every piece is so special. Thanks for all the lovely pieces continued success with is all.
Our loved ones are always with us in our thoughts, as a reminder of those special memories we can make you a personalised bauble or angel to remember them by.
Whether it is for a wedding, communion, confirmation, Christmas or to place on a grave we can customise the charms, colours and initials as a tribute to those who passed over.