5 Essential Jewellery Making Supplies For Beginners
If you want to jump into making your first pair of earrings or crafting some handmade gifts, but not quite sure where to start, we’re here to help! We understand that a lot of people are on a budget, which is why we specialise in providing you with a huge selection of crafting supplies at affordable prices. Here are the top 5 pieces of equipment you will need to get started on your crafting adventure:
1. Findings Kit
Whether you are looking to make bracelets, earrings or necklaces, buying a kit that supplies all the bits and bobs you need is far easier and more affordable than buying them separately. This also gives you more freedom to play around with designs and patterns.
Why not try out our 900 Piece Findings Kit for only £5.99.
Depending on what you are planning to make, there are a variety of pliers to make your life a little bit easier! These are great for making your designs secure and well made.
Check out these Carbon Steel Pliers that conveniently come in packs of 4 varieties.
3. An Interesting Component…
It is always important to make your designs a little bit unique and the best way to do this is to have an interesting component that makes it stand out! For example, invest in some shapes to work with.
Why not start with these beautiful Silver Chandelier Components for £1.29.
4. Plastic Earnuts
Who knew something so tiny could be so important? Especially if you are going to sell your jewellery, these are a must have to keep your earrings in place and secure.
We sell Plastic Earnuts in packs of 100 (because we know better than anyone they miraculously disappear…), giving you plenty to work with at a bargain price of £1.49.
5. Display Cards
Talking of Earnuts, this brings us onto the next recommendation… Display Cards. If you want to give your designs a more professional look, these are great for personalisation and securing the jewellery safely.
Check out these Celtic Design Display Cards for Bracelets and Necklaces at only £1.19.
And the rest is simply up to you! Whether your feature is gemstones, tassels or even gummy bears… don’t be afraid to step out of your comfort zone and play with some unique patterns, materials and shapes.