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 Bead Creations​

       124 Bent Street Unit C, Taos, New Mexico, 87571

       (575) 758-3093 call or text 

There are worse addictions than beads!!

We are a three generation family owned small business located in beautiful Taos, NM. We had our start in 2015 with making jewelry​ and selling at craft shows! Then one da​y it was like the phone rang and I was told to open a bead store, I asked my husband if we could open a bead store and his response was "what do you know about beads" my response "we're gonna learn" - and here we are 5 years later ..... loving our decision to open our store! 

Our Team 

We love making jewelry for you!!

Regina Archuleta-Romero

Owner, Designer

Founder of Bead Creations. She started making jewelry in the comfort of her own home. One day she found her calling, she started our bead store. She has inspired so many people in their jewelry making process, from beginners to more advance people alike.  She is the original artist that makes a little bit of everything, earrings, bracelets, and necklaces and much more. She is also the only Silver Smith in the shop. 

Miquela Romero

Owner, Designer

The daughter of the owner. Back in 2015 she had no idea what beads were. If she had gotten the call that in 5 years she was going to be making the most beautiful beaded jewelry, she would have laughed. But here we are  she is one of the best artists that makes our beautiful beaded earrings,  and hat bands. As well as our Special Taos Mountain Beaded Bracelet. 

Mariana Romero

Designer in Training

The graddaughter, she is always a smiling face in the store. She walks around asking "what is your name?" She has started learning how to make bracelets on stretch cord, silk, and most recently wire. She loves offering a helping hand to her family. Her Nani (grandmother) and her mom are her inspiration. 

Selena Rivali

Designer

One day at Bent Street Deli, we meet this amazing young women. She made the comment that she wanted to learn how to make jewelry. Not really knowing what that meant; Regina said have a seat. Regina gave her a needle and some thread and told her fallow my lead. A whole year latter she exceed all expectations and is now the head artist in the Dia de los Muertos (Day of the dead) section of our store.

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