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Our Huge Annual Sale is Here!

It’s here, it’s here! Our huge annual sale begins this Saturday from January 2 to 7. Be sure to save the dates as you wouldn’t want to miss the offers!

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Kazuri Jewelry and Oleana Winter Wear

Oleana is a wonderful Norwegian company who makes the most gorgeous high quality winter wear from natural fibers such as wool and silk.  Paulette, the founder of Kazuri West , admits to owning several of their sweaters!

Some years ago, their fashion photo shoots also showcased Kazuri beaded jewelry. The bold and colorful jewelry stood out on the intricate patterns. What a beautiful combination, don’t you think?

Oleana was founded back in 1992 and have proved since then that it is “still possible to produce textiles of good quality in a high-cost country like Norway” and not resort to off-shore sweatshops.

Have You Entered the Share Your Design Contest Yet?

The Kazuri West Share Your Design is still on!  It’s where can send in a photograph of your design and if we pick it, you win beads!!  You can make anything you like at all – necklaces, bracelets, rings, keyrings, ornaments – so long as you use Kazuri  or Samunnat Nepal beads.   Shown here are the creations of our past winners.

marie Davis Kazuri necklace

Created by Marie Davis

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Kazuri Pendant Blowout Sale Coming Soon!

Mark your calenders! The huge Kazuri Pendant Blowout Sale is coming soon on October 15-18th, 2015. You can choose absolutely luscious beads from our overstock and closeout collections. You will be saving a massive 60-75% off!

Kazuri pendants 1

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Kerrie Slade’s Beaded Kazuri Kritters in Bead & Button Magazine!

Remember Kerrie Slade’s amazing beaded Kazuri button animals we featured a while back? Well, this Design Team member wanted to write a tutorial for them so others could make their own. However, Kerrie explained on her blog that “The pins were originally going to be published as a project in Bead and Button, but it was later discovered that they are not as simple as they perhaps look and so they are not really suitable for a project.”

beaded Kazuri Kritters

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