Bunting Necklace Kit - Glitter Rainbow - Gold Chain
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Looking for a gift for your crafty cousin or artistic aunt, or are you just feeling creative? Our Jewellery Making Kit - Glitter Bunting is the perfect pick for you! We’ve taken a classic Tatty Devine workshop make and made it portable, so you can create your own Bunting Necklace from home.
Skill Level: Beginner - A Jewellery Making Kit suitable for those who have no experience using pliers, the perfect choice to get to grips with jewellery making.
You’ll receive a Jewellery Making Kit, containing 12 laser cut acrylic flags, a gold-plated chain and matching jump rings, an instruction sheet and a Tatty Devine gift box.
Don't Forget! You’ll definitely need 2 pairs of snipe nose pliers for this workshop, so make sure to purchase a pair if you don’t have any.
Don’t worry, we aren’t going to leave you to figure this out on your own. Our Creative Director, Harriet Vine MBE, has recorded a 'How To' video to guide you through the making process step by step - everything from handling jump rings, to making sure your pieces are facing the right way! Access to the video is via our YouTube channel here and linked to within your new kit.
Jewellery Making Kits can only be refunded if returned with all the pieces still intact and untampered with. You will need access to YouTube to be able to watch the online tutorial on how to make your new necklace.
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Bunting Necklace Kit - Glitter Rainbow - Gold Chain reviews
- Clare F.Verified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars11 seconds agoLove the kits :)
Having been to TD Brick Lane for a workshop several years ago, it was fun to see the kits on the site, as I'm pretty good with pliers ;) so will be back for more. However should you do them again may I have a 'without tools' option :)Was this helpful?