Sunday, November 11, 2012

Window Shop Blog Hop -- Lori Anderson Designs

Of a lot of jewelry bloggers I know, I probably show my jewelry the least, so guess what!  Time to show you my shop.  Right now its shelves are a bit bare but that's a GOOD thing because I have another show that has taken almost all the inventory away.  I hope you'll like what you see and visit me throughout the year!

Here's a snapshot of my main store,

And then I have the shop

And hey!  
Next year I'll have a vintage store on Etsy
selling vintage ephemera, books, music, buttons, 
and whatever strikes my fancy.

So stay tuned!

Please visit the other participants:

Jewel School Friends (host)

Fabric of My Life

A Grateful Artist

Libellula Jewelry

Knot Just Macrame

Amazing Designs by Marlene

Antiquity Travelers

Spice Box Designs

Freestyle Elements


Pretty Things

Lindy's Designs

The Adventures of Belle West


Lori Anderson creates jewelry and bead kits as well as collaborative mixed media art with her son, Zack.  Visit her shops by clicking here.  She is also the creator of the Bead Soup Blog Party®   and author of the book Bead Soup.


  1. Lori,

    I love the pretty lucite kit I purchased from "" -- and "Lori Anderson Designs" is the most beautiful store I've ever seen! I'm so excited about your upcoming vintage shop!

    Thanks for sharing your beautiful handcrafted shops for the Holidays,


  2. It's about time you did some self promotion. You so deserve it. Continued success throughout the holiday season and well afterwards. Holiday Blessings.

  3. Thanks so much for joining us for this! I love seeing everyone's work and adding all the shops to my favorites. I already had your shop on there. I love it that much! But the Art would be nothing without the woman behind it! I hope you are well Lori!

  4. I always love what you share of yours.

  5. Loved my morning stroll through your shop, beautiful things!

  6. You're so creative, Lori. I hope this blog hop and your next show do clear out your shops!

    Happy holidays to you and your family!

  7. Who doesn't love your bead soups!!! Oh and btw, I think that was one of my favorite parts of reading your new book was how the idea of a bead soup happened!!! I won't give it away (people have to buy the book and find out the story for themselves :)

  8. Always lovely pieces. I love browsing your store. I'm anxious for your Vintage store.

  9. Anonymous11:15 AM

    So glad to see some of your beaituful work (and nice to see empty slots too! LOL)


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