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    Gray Plastic Clipcard, Blank, 1.5x2" (100 Pieces)

    $5.95
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    Penny Brite Copper Gel (Each)

    $5.16
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  • Tip: If you ever get a ring (or sizer) stuck on your finger, Windex does an excellent job helping the ring slide off. And if you're at a fair, show, or jewelry store, odds are that there is some Windex (or other spray cleanser) nearby, for keeping glass cases and mirrors sparkling!See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Ring Sizers, Plastic (Each)

    $1.99
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    Black Plastic Clipcard, Blank, 1.5x2" (100 Pieces)

    $5.60
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  • Polymer Clay Basics      Polymer clays are man made modeling materials that, once heat  cured, become permanent and will not return to their original  state. All are composed of the same basic components: plasticizers,  resins, fillers and colorants.     Before using polymer clay it must be conditioned... kneading by  hand until the clay is soft and pliable or fold and roll through a  pasta machine. Inadequate conditioning will result in weakened  finished items and weakened piece to piece adhesion. Condition light colors first, then move to darker colors.    Polymer clay pieces can be cured in a standard oven (convection)  or toaster oven. Do not microwave polymer clay. If you don't have a  dedicated oven, place items in an aluminum pan, then cover tightly  with foil to prevent residue build up in your oven. Cure pieces in  a well-ventilated area. Check oven accuracy with a thermometer and  use a timer to avoid exceeding curing time.    The recommended curing temperature is 300° F (150° C).  Kato Polyclay™ can be cured at 275° F (135° C) with  good results and has been approved to cure at 350° F by our  toxicologist, however caution should be taken when curing at that  temperature, time should be limited to 10 minutes as you will run  the risk of discoloration. You should never exceed 365° F.    Materials that will withstand clay curing temperatures, such as  glass, paper mache, wood, metal and ceramic items may be covered  with clay and baked in the oven. Items may be nested in polyester  batting to avoid flat, shiny spots. Finished pieces may be painted  or glazed after curing. Water-based paints and glazes are  recommended. Cured clay may also be wet sanded (automotive  sandpaper - 400 and 600 grit, in water) and then buffed to a  high-gloss sheen.    Working Properties of Kato PolyClay™      1. Conditioning - Kato Polyclay™ is easy to condition, with  no crumbling. I slice the blocks into 1/8" thick pieces. Roll  through the pasta machine at the thickest setting. Finish by  folding and rolling.     2. Handling - with continuous kneading and working, Kato  Polyclay™ does not become sticky and, therefore, maintains  its ease of workability.    3. Strength - Kato Polyclay™ was deemed as strong or  stronger than other clays the testers used, - most feeling it was  stronger. Not one single respondent found it to be less strong.  Additionally, every color shares the same strength.    4. Color stability - From uncured to cured state, no Kato  Polyclay™ color shifts more than 1/2 shade, with the majority  remaining unchanged from uncured to cured state. It is virtually  "true- color".    5. Consistency - Colors share the same consistency and softness.  For example, you won't find white very hard and green very soft.  Even consistency promotes even cane reduction, which results in  less distorted imagery and less waste at cane ends.    6. Color Mixing - Rather than taking an academic approach (this  requires that the user have a rather extensive knowledge of color  mixing) we have opted for a more user friendly and intuitive  method. The Spectral Colors form the basis for the creation of all  colors. If they were placed on the color wheel, you would find them  very evenly spaced. This approach makes color mixing simple for  even the most inexperienced user.    7. Colors - Colors have been formulated for maximum purity and  brilliance.    8. Finish - Once cured, Kato Polyclay™ exhibits a satin  sheen.    9. Density - As part of the manufacturing process, Kato  Polyclay™ is vacuum extruded (we are the only company  utilizing this state of the art process). In essence, air from the  clay is removed, making the clay denser and eliminating the need  for continuous folding and rolling to remove air pockets from the  clay.    10. Warm repositioning - Kato Polyclay™ is not as fragile  as other brands when warm. Kato Polyclay™ allows for a  measure of repositioning of elements when warm - the clay maintains  its new position without breaking.        See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Kato Polyclay, 2oz, Metallic - Pearl (Each)

    $2.11
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  • Magic-Glos™ Crystal clear, but will darken/yellow if baked over 125°F. Waterproof. Scratch resistant but not scratch proof. Use to seal cured polymer clay, image transfers, foils, mosaics and more. Will magnify the patterns underneath. Apply multiple layers to make faux dichro effects and domed cabochons. Can be mixed with inclusions such as glitter and dried flowers. Photographic paper, regular paper and fabric should be sealed to create a waterproof barrier before applying Magic-Glos™. (Use clear packing tape, transparent shelf liner, laminating film or a coating of liquid polymer clay.) Papers and fabrics coated with water-soluble sealers (decoupage fluid, Mod Podge®, etc.) should not be coated with Magic-Glos™. Cures with direct sunlight (outdoors) or a UV lamp. Typical cure time is 5-15 minutes depending on size of cure area and thickness of layer. Store in a cool, dry place.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. Magic-Glos™ Crystal clear, but will darken/yellow if baked over 125°F. Waterproof. Scratch resistant but not scratch proof. Use to seal cured polymer clay, image transfers, foils, mosaics and more. Will magnify the patterns underneath. Apply multiple layers to make faux dichro effects and domed cabochons. Can be mixed with inclusions such as glitter and dried flowers. Photographic paper, regular paper and fabric should be sealed to create a waterproof barrier before applying Magic-Glos™. (Use clear packing tape, transparent shelf liner, laminating film or a coating of liquid polymer clay.) Papers and fabrics coated with water-soluble sealers (decoupage fluid, Mod Podge®, etc.) should not be coated with Magic-Glos™. Cures with direct sunlight (outdoors) or a UV lamp. Typical cure time is 5-15 minutes depending on size of cure area and thickness of layer. Store in a cool, dry place.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Magic-Glos, UV Resin, 1oz (Each)

    Lisa Pavelka

    $8.78
    Magic-Glos™ Crystal clear, but will darken/yellow if baked over 125°F. Waterproof. Scratch resistant but not scratch proof. Use to seal cured polymer clay, image transfers, foils, mosaics and more. Will magnify the patterns underneath. Apply multiple...
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    Bead Mat, 9x12" - Beige (Each)

    $1.12
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    Clear Plastic Clipcard, Blank, 1" (gross)

    $4.92
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  • To avoid cross-contamination (it's just as important with metals, as it is for foods), keep your polishing pads used for aluminum or nickel silver separate from your polishing pads used with sterling, copper, brass, karat gold, etc. -- If you use the same polishing pad for multiple metals, you may bring brass or copper color into your aluminum or sterling, or you may contaminate your sterling or karat gold with traces of nickel or aluminum, making them hazardous to solder or use with oxidization chemicals.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    EURO TOOL Polishing Pads, Ultra, 2x2" (pack)

    EURO TOOL

    $8.07
    To avoid cross-contamination (it's just as important with metals, as it is for foods), keep your polishing pads used for aluminum or nickel silver separate from your polishing pads used with sterling, copper, brass, karat gold, etc. -- If you use the...
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    Beadalon Jewelry Pliers, Memory Wire Bending, 1.5 and 3mm (Each)

    Beadalon
    $9.55
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    The BeadSmith Jewelry Pliers, 1-Step Looper, 2.25mm (Each)

    The Beadsmith
    $28.25
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    Antilope Saw Blade, #5/0 (12 Pieces)

    Antilope
    $2.52
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    Gray Plastic Clipcard, Surgical Steel Print, 1.5x2" (100 Pieces)

    $5.25
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  • Polymer Clay Basics      Polymer clays are man made modeling materials that, once heat  cured, become permanent and will not return to their original  state. All are composed of the same basic components: plasticizers,  resins, fillers and colorants.     Before using polymer clay it must be conditioned... kneading by  hand until the clay is soft and pliable or fold and roll through a  pasta machine. Inadequate conditioning will result in weakened  finished items and weakened piece to piece adhesion. Condition light colors first, then move to darker colors.    Polymer clay pieces can be cured in a standard oven (convection)  or toaster oven. Do not microwave polymer clay. If you don't have a  dedicated oven, place items in an aluminum pan, then cover tightly  with foil to prevent residue build up in your oven. Cure pieces in  a well-ventilated area. Check oven accuracy with a thermometer and  use a timer to avoid exceeding curing time.    The recommended curing temperature is 300° F (150° C).  Kato Polyclay™ can be cured at 275° F (135° C) with  good results and has been approved to cure at 350° F by our  toxicologist, however caution should be taken when curing at that  temperature, time should be limited to 10 minutes as you will run  the risk of discoloration. You should never exceed 365° F.    Materials that will withstand clay curing temperatures, such as  glass, paper mache, wood, metal and ceramic items may be covered  with clay and baked in the oven. Items may be nested in polyester  batting to avoid flat, shiny spots. Finished pieces may be painted  or glazed after curing. Water-based paints and glazes are  recommended. Cured clay may also be wet sanded (automotive  sandpaper - 400 and 600 grit, in water) and then buffed to a  high-gloss sheen.    Working Properties of Kato PolyClay™      1. Conditioning - Kato Polyclay™ is easy to condition, with  no crumbling. I slice the blocks into 1/8" thick pieces. Roll  through the pasta machine at the thickest setting. Finish by  folding and rolling.     2. Handling - with continuous kneading and working, Kato  Polyclay™ does not become sticky and, therefore, maintains  its ease of workability.    3. Strength - Kato Polyclay™ was deemed as strong or  stronger than other clays the testers used, - most feeling it was  stronger. Not one single respondent found it to be less strong.  Additionally, every color shares the same strength.    4. Color stability - From uncured to cured state, no Kato  Polyclay™ color shifts more than 1/2 shade, with the majority  remaining unchanged from uncured to cured state. It is virtually  "true- color".    5. Consistency - Colors share the same consistency and softness.  For example, you won't find white very hard and green very soft.  Even consistency promotes even cane reduction, which results in  less distorted imagery and less waste at cane ends.    6. Color Mixing - Rather than taking an academic approach (this  requires that the user have a rather extensive knowledge of color  mixing) we have opted for a more user friendly and intuitive  method. The Spectral Colors form the basis for the creation of all  colors. If they were placed on the color wheel, you would find them  very evenly spaced. This approach makes color mixing simple for  even the most inexperienced user.    7. Colors - Colors have been formulated for maximum purity and  brilliance.    8. Finish - Once cured, Kato Polyclay™ exhibits a satin  sheen.    9. Density - As part of the manufacturing process, Kato  Polyclay™ is vacuum extruded (we are the only company  utilizing this state of the art process). In essence, air from the  clay is removed, making the clay denser and eliminating the need  for continuous folding and rolling to remove air pockets from the  clay.    10. Warm repositioning - Kato Polyclay™ is not as fragile  as other brands when warm. Kato Polyclay™ allows for a  measure of repositioning of elements when warm - the clay maintains  its new position without breaking.        See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Kato Polyclay, 12.5oz - White (Each)

    $10.84
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    Linen Drawstring Bag, 3x4" (Each)

    $0.62
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    Linen Drawstring Bag, 4x6" (Each)

    $0.98
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  • Polymer Clay Basics      Polymer clays are man made modeling materials that, once heat  cured, become permanent and will not return to their original  state. All are composed of the same basic components: plasticizers,  resins, fillers and colorants.     Before using polymer clay it must be conditioned... kneading by  hand until the clay is soft and pliable or fold and roll through a  pasta machine. Inadequate conditioning will result in weakened  finished items and weakened piece to piece adhesion. Condition light colors first, then move to darker colors.    Polymer clay pieces can be cured in a standard oven (convection)  or toaster oven. Do not microwave polymer clay. If you don't have a  dedicated oven, place items in an aluminum pan, then cover tightly  with foil to prevent residue build up in your oven. Cure pieces in  a well-ventilated area. Check oven accuracy with a thermometer and  use a timer to avoid exceeding curing time.    The recommended curing temperature is 300° F (150° C).  Kato Polyclay™ can be cured at 275° F (135° C) with  good results and has been approved to cure at 350° F by our  toxicologist, however caution should be taken when curing at that  temperature, time should be limited to 10 minutes as you will run  the risk of discoloration. You should never exceed 365° F.    Materials that will withstand clay curing temperatures, such as  glass, paper mache, wood, metal and ceramic items may be covered  with clay and baked in the oven. Items may be nested in polyester  batting to avoid flat, shiny spots. Finished pieces may be painted  or glazed after curing. Water-based paints and glazes are  recommended. Cured clay may also be wet sanded (automotive  sandpaper - 400 and 600 grit, in water) and then buffed to a  high-gloss sheen.    Working Properties of Kato PolyClay™      1. Conditioning - Kato Polyclay™ is easy to condition, with  no crumbling. I slice the blocks into 1/8" thick pieces. Roll  through the pasta machine at the thickest setting. Finish by  folding and rolling.     2. Handling - with continuous kneading and working, Kato  Polyclay™ does not become sticky and, therefore, maintains  its ease of workability.    3. Strength - Kato Polyclay™ was deemed as strong or  stronger than other clays the testers used, - most feeling it was  stronger. Not one single respondent found it to be less strong.  Additionally, every color shares the same strength.    4. Color stability - From uncured to cured state, no Kato  Polyclay™ color shifts more than 1/2 shade, with the majority  remaining unchanged from uncured to cured state. It is virtually  "true- color".    5. Consistency - Colors share the same consistency and softness.  For example, you won't find white very hard and green very soft.  Even consistency promotes even cane reduction, which results in  less distorted imagery and less waste at cane ends.    6. Color Mixing - Rather than taking an academic approach (this  requires that the user have a rather extensive knowledge of color  mixing) we have opted for a more user friendly and intuitive  method. The Spectral Colors form the basis for the creation of all  colors. If they were placed on the color wheel, you would find them  very evenly spaced. This approach makes color mixing simple for  even the most inexperienced user.    7. Colors - Colors have been formulated for maximum purity and  brilliance.    8. Finish - Once cured, Kato Polyclay™ exhibits a satin  sheen.    9. Density - As part of the manufacturing process, Kato  Polyclay™ is vacuum extruded (we are the only company  utilizing this state of the art process). In essence, air from the  clay is removed, making the clay denser and eliminating the need  for continuous folding and rolling to remove air pockets from the  clay.    10. Warm repositioning - Kato Polyclay™ is not as fragile  as other brands when warm. Kato Polyclay™ allows for a  measure of repositioning of elements when warm - the clay maintains  its new position without breaking.        See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Kato Polyclay, 2oz, Metallic - Gold (Each)

    $1.98
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    Beadalon Elastic Cord Needle (Each)

    Beadalon
    $3.27
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    EURO TOOL Tripod with Mesh Screen, 9" (Each)

    EURO TOOL

    $8.20
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  • Polymer Clay Basics      Polymer clays are man made modeling materials that, once heat  cured, become permanent and will not return to their original  state. All are composed of the same basic components: plasticizers,  resins, fillers and colorants.     Before using polymer clay it must be conditioned... kneading by  hand until the clay is soft and pliable or fold and roll through a  pasta machine. Inadequate conditioning will result in weakened  finished items and weakened piece to piece adhesion. Condition light colors first, then move to darker colors.    Polymer clay pieces can be cured in a standard oven (convection)  or toaster oven. Do not microwave polymer clay. If you don't have a  dedicated oven, place items in an aluminum pan, then cover tightly  with foil to prevent residue build up in your oven. Cure pieces in  a well-ventilated area. Check oven accuracy with a thermometer and  use a timer to avoid exceeding curing time.    The recommended curing temperature is 300° F (150° C).  Kato Polyclay™ can be cured at 275° F (135° C) with  good results and has been approved to cure at 350° F by our  toxicologist, however caution should be taken when curing at that  temperature, time should be limited to 10 minutes as you will run  the risk of discoloration. You should never exceed 365° F.    Materials that will withstand clay curing temperatures, such as  glass, paper mache, wood, metal and ceramic items may be covered  with clay and baked in the oven. Items may be nested in polyester  batting to avoid flat, shiny spots. Finished pieces may be painted  or glazed after curing. Water-based paints and glazes are  recommended. Cured clay may also be wet sanded (automotive  sandpaper - 400 and 600 grit, in water) and then buffed to a  high-gloss sheen.    Working Properties of Kato PolyClay™      1. Conditioning - Kato Polyclay™ is easy to condition, with  no crumbling. I slice the blocks into 1/8" thick pieces. Roll  through the pasta machine at the thickest setting. Finish by  folding and rolling.     2. Handling - with continuous kneading and working, Kato  Polyclay™ does not become sticky and, therefore, maintains  its ease of workability.    3. Strength - Kato Polyclay™ was deemed as strong or  stronger than other clays the testers used, - most feeling it was  stronger. Not one single respondent found it to be less strong.  Additionally, every color shares the same strength.    4. Color stability - From uncured to cured state, no Kato  Polyclay™ color shifts more than 1/2 shade, with the majority  remaining unchanged from uncured to cured state. It is virtually  "true- color".    5. Consistency - Colors share the same consistency and softness.  For example, you won't find white very hard and green very soft.  Even consistency promotes even cane reduction, which results in  less distorted imagery and less waste at cane ends.    6. Color Mixing - Rather than taking an academic approach (this  requires that the user have a rather extensive knowledge of color  mixing) we have opted for a more user friendly and intuitive  method. The Spectral Colors form the basis for the creation of all  colors. If they were placed on the color wheel, you would find them  very evenly spaced. This approach makes color mixing simple for  even the most inexperienced user.    7. Colors - Colors have been formulated for maximum purity and  brilliance.    8. Finish - Once cured, Kato Polyclay™ exhibits a satin  sheen.    9. Density - As part of the manufacturing process, Kato  Polyclay™ is vacuum extruded (we are the only company  utilizing this state of the art process). In essence, air from the  clay is removed, making the clay denser and eliminating the need  for continuous folding and rolling to remove air pockets from the  clay.    10. Warm repositioning - Kato Polyclay™ is not as fragile  as other brands when warm. Kato Polyclay™ allows for a  measure of repositioning of elements when warm - the clay maintains  its new position without breaking.        See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Kato Polyclay, 2oz - Turquoise (Each)

    $1.98
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  • Which Glue is Best? For the most durable bond, we almost always recommend epoxies rather than other types of glue, but it depends on a few factors... Check out the options, plus tips for successful glue bonds, on our Adhesives and Jewelry Glues page. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. Which Glue is Best? For the most durable bond, we almost always recommend epoxies rather than other types of glue, but it depends on a few factors... Check out the options, plus tips for successful glue bonds, on our Adhesives and Jewelry Glues page. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Magnet, Round, 12mm (35 Pieces)

    $7.08
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    Brass Sheet, Pebble Pattern (Each)

    $5.28
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    The BeadSmith Jewelry Pliers, 1-Step BIG Looper, 3mm (Each)

    The Beadsmith

    $30.15
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  • See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.        Visit our blog or watch the video below,for tips on using The Beadsmith® 1-Step Looper.      See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.        Visit our blog or watch the video below,for tips on using The Beadsmith® 1-Step Looper.

    The BeadSmith Jewelry Pliers, Original 1-Step Looper, 1.5mm (Each)

    The Beadsmith

    $28.25
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  • Use with card stock, business cards, scrapbook supplies, and even greeting cards!See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. Questions? E-mail us for friendly, expert help!

    Easy Earring Card Foldover Hang Tag/ Display Punch (Each)

    $14.40
    Use with card stock, business cards, scrapbook supplies, and even greeting cards!See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. Questions? E-mail us for friendly, expert...
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  • Which Glue is Best? Check out all the options, plus tips for successful glue bonds, on our main Adhesives and Jewelry Glues page. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    EURO TOOL Adhesive, Super New Glue (Each)

    EURO TOOL
    $2.29
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    The BeadSmith Bead Organizer, 52 Compartment (Each)

    The Beadsmith

    $12.35
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  • Transform your DIY jewelry making experience with The Beadsmith Jeweller's Micro Pliers Bentnose Bent Nose! With a unique angled design, you can now reach the tightest spots with ease, eliminating hand and wrist fatigue. These pliers are perfect for smoothing wrapped wire, holding small objects, and picking out those tiny beads and findings. With sturdy box joint construction and a leaf spring, they're built to last and will take your handmade creations to the next level. Please note, these pliers are intended for fine hobby and beading work only. Upgrade your jewelry-making game and grab a pair today! Transform your DIY jewelry making experience with The Beadsmith Jeweller's Micro Pliers Bentnose Bent Nose! With a unique angled design, you can now reach the tightest spots with ease, eliminating hand and wrist fatigue. These pliers are perfect for smoothing wrapped wire, holding small objects, and picking out those tiny beads and findings. With sturdy box joint construction and a leaf spring, they're built to last and will take your handmade creations to the next level. Please note, these pliers are intended for fine hobby and beading work only. Upgrade your jewelry-making game and grab a pair today!

    The Beadsmith Jeweller's Micro Pliers Bentnose Bent Nose

    The Beadsmith
    $6.19
    Transform your DIY jewelry making experience with The Beadsmith Jeweller's Micro Pliers Bentnose Bent Nose! With a unique angled design, you can now reach the tightest spots with ease, eliminating hand and wrist fatigue. These pliers are perfect for...
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  • Enameling Tips:Enamel is durable, but not totally infallible. Handle finished pieces with care.Do all metal shaping, stamping, punching, etc. before adding enamels.Thoroughly clean your metal before enameling. Penny Brite works great!Before sifting enamel onto the piece, spray on a light coat of Klyr-Fire to help enamel stay in place with an even coating.To paint instead of sift, mix with Klyr Fire or approximately 40% water (to get desired consistency) and paint with a small sable paintbrush. You may want to fire a layer of Opaque White Undercoat first.Sift or paint enamel in desired pattern, carefully transfer to your firing station, and fire!If torch firing, watch closely: when the enamel begins to melt, you'll see a glossy "orange peel" stage where the enamel beads up before slumping to a smooth enameled sheen. Fire a bit more, but don't overheat - some colors will scorch.Allow to slowly cool. A warmed pan (or small crockpot) of vermiculite works great.Clean as necessary - Penny Brite or a brief pickle, maybe a little underwater grinding with an alundum stone.Keep all your leftover / spilled enamel powder. If the colors get mixed, save them in a separate bin for use as a counter (back side) enamel. Place a creased paper on your sifting worksurface, so you can easily dump excess enamel back in the container or a mixed jar.Enameling Safety:Eye protection and a fine-particulate mask are recommended when working with enamels.Wash hands thoroughly when done, and avoid rubbing your eyes.If working regularly with enamels, we suggest protective gloves to prevent irritation from small glass particles.When torch-firing:Prepare a fireproof work area, and remove clutter.A fire extinguisher nearby and good ventilation are important.Consider wearing an apron, closed-toe shoes and natural fiber clothing, and avoiding loose hair, flowy clothing and dangling jewelry.Keep food, drinks, pets and small children away from your enamel and/or firing workspace.Metal Compatibility & Color:Copper "paint chip" in image shows how this enamel looks on copper. Opaque colors are on their own. Translucent and opalescent colors have Foundation White on the bottom portion, and then a layer of translucent or opalescent color over the Foundation White and part-way up the bare copper. The color number was stamped on each strip of copper before enameling.The firing temperature range for our enamels is 1,400°-1,500°F (760°-815°C), and they have a coefficient of expansion (COE) from 258 to 360, cubic expansion. Metals that work with these enamels must have a higher melting point, and a similar COE. Otherwise your metal may melt before your enamel, or the enamel may pop off when your jewelry is exposed to temperature changes.Specifically, these enamels work with copper, gold, low-carbon steel and fine silver. This includes fired copper clay and fine-silver clay. (And some alloys of brass work -- we've had good luck with Vintaj brass blanks and our 24g brass blanks, especially with the higher COE colors, but color results have been unpredictable with brass -- they often require a 2nd layer and 2nd firing to get the color you were aiming for.)Specific COE for most colors is listed in the "Additional specs" field on this page. For more information about why COE is important for people who like to experiment with alternate metals, see the Thompson Enamel Workbook.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. Enameling Tips:Enamel is durable, but not totally infallible. Handle finished pieces with care.Do all metal shaping, stamping, punching, etc. before adding enamels.Thoroughly clean your metal before enameling. Penny Brite works great!Before sifting enamel onto the piece, spray on a light coat of Klyr-Fire to help enamel stay in place with an even coating.To paint instead of sift, mix with Klyr Fire or approximately 40% water (to get desired consistency) and paint with a small sable paintbrush. You may want to fire a layer of Opaque White Undercoat first.Sift or paint enamel in desired pattern, carefully transfer to your firing station, and fire!If torch firing, watch closely: when the enamel begins to melt, you'll see a glossy "orange peel" stage where the enamel beads up before slumping to a smooth enameled sheen. Fire a bit more, but don't overheat - some colors will scorch.Allow to slowly cool. A warmed pan (or small crockpot) of vermiculite works great.Clean as necessary - Penny Brite or a brief pickle, maybe a little underwater grinding with an alundum stone.Keep all your leftover / spilled enamel powder. If the colors get mixed, save them in a separate bin for use as a counter (back side) enamel. Place a creased paper on your sifting worksurface, so you can easily dump excess enamel back in the container or a mixed jar.Enameling Safety:Eye protection and a fine-particulate mask are recommended when working with enamels.Wash hands thoroughly when done, and avoid rubbing your eyes.If working regularly with enamels, we suggest protective gloves to prevent irritation from small glass particles.When torch-firing:Prepare a fireproof work area, and remove clutter.A fire extinguisher nearby and good ventilation are important.Consider wearing an apron, closed-toe shoes and natural fiber clothing, and avoiding loose hair, flowy clothing and dangling jewelry.Keep food, drinks, pets and small children away from your enamel and/or firing workspace.Metal Compatibility & Color:Copper "paint chip" in image shows how this enamel looks on copper. Opaque colors are on their own. Translucent and opalescent colors have Foundation White on the bottom portion, and then a layer of translucent or opalescent color over the Foundation White and part-way up the bare copper. The color number was stamped on each strip of copper before enameling.The firing temperature range for our enamels is 1,400°-1,500°F (760°-815°C), and they have a coefficient of expansion (COE) from 258 to 360, cubic expansion. Metals that work with these enamels must have a higher melting point, and a similar COE. Otherwise your metal may melt before your enamel, or the enamel may pop off when your jewelry is exposed to temperature changes.Specifically, these enamels work with copper, gold, low-carbon steel and fine silver. This includes fired copper clay and fine-silver clay. (And some alloys of brass work -- we've had good luck with Vintaj brass blanks and our 24g brass blanks, especially with the higher COE colors, but color results have been unpredictable with brass -- they often require a 2nd layer and 2nd firing to get the color you were aiming for.)Specific COE for most colors is listed in the "Additional specs" field on this page. For more information about why COE is important for people who like to experiment with alternate metals, see the Thompson Enamel Workbook.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Thompson Translucent 80-mesh Enamel for Metals - Peppermint Green, Sample (Each)

    Thompson
    $1.60
    Enameling Tips:Enamel is durable, but not totally infallible. Handle finished pieces with care.Do all metal shaping, stamping, punching, etc. before adding enamels.Thoroughly clean your metal before enameling. Penny Brite works great!Before sifting...
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    Blazer Micro Torch, Butane (Each)

    $55.25
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  • This replaces the out-of-production #63-110-01-522 cobalt blue Boston bottle with dropper.   See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Boston Bottle with Dropper - 1 oz., Clear (Each)

    $1.16
    This replaces the out-of-production #63-110-01-522 cobalt blue Boston bottle with dropper. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.
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  • After removing firescale or other rough spots with this medium-grit abrasive buff, you may want to follow it with a muslin buffing wheel for a higher polish. Entanglement Warning: Keep hair, loose clothing, dangling jewelry, and beards away from the rotating parts of motorized polishing tools! If you find yourself doing a lot of grinding, buffing, polishing, soldering, pickling, etc., consider adding a ventilation system to pull dust, fumes and small particles away from you. Many pre-made systems exist for workshops, or you can create your own from flexible ductwork intakes directly over your work areas, and exhaust fan(s) that fit your workspace and needs. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. After removing firescale or other rough spots with this medium-grit abrasive buff, you may want to follow it with a muslin buffing wheel for a higher polish. Entanglement Warning: Keep hair, loose clothing, dangling jewelry, and beards away from the rotating parts of motorized polishing tools! If you find yourself doing a lot of grinding, buffing, polishing, soldering, pickling, etc., consider adding a ventilation system to pull dust, fumes and small particles away from you. Many pre-made systems exist for workshops, or you can create your own from flexible ductwork intakes directly over your work areas, and exhaust fan(s) that fit your workspace and needs. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Buffing Wheel, Medium Abrasive, 2-7/8 x 3/4" (pair)

    EURO TOOL

    $8.46
    After removing firescale or other rough spots with this medium-grit abrasive buff, you may want to follow it with a muslin buffing wheel for a higher polish. Entanglement Warning: Keep hair, loose clothing, dangling jewelry, and beards away from the...
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  • See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. Questions? E-mail us for friendly, expert help! See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. Questions? E-mail us for friendly, expert help!

    EURO TOOL Multi-Size Looping Pliers (Each)

    EURO TOOL
    $16.95
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  • Enameling Tips:Enamel is durable, but not totally infallible. Handle finished pieces with care.Do all metal shaping, stamping, punching, etc. before adding enamels.Thoroughly clean your metal before enameling. Penny Brite works great!Before sifting enamel onto the piece, spray on a light coat of Klyr-Fire to help enamel stay in place with an even coating.To paint instead of sift, mix with Klyr Fire or approximately 40% water (to get desired consistency) and paint with a small sable paintbrush. You may want to fire a layer of Opaque White Undercoat first.Sift or paint enamel in desired pattern, carefully transfer to your firing station, and fire!If torch firing, watch closely: when the enamel begins to melt, you'll see a glossy "orange peel" stage where the enamel beads up before slumping to a smooth enameled sheen. Fire a bit more, but don't overheat - some colors will scorch.Allow to slowly cool. A warmed pan (or small crockpot) of vermiculite works great.Clean as necessary - Penny Brite or a brief pickle, maybe a little underwater grinding with an alundum stone.Keep all your leftover / spilled enamel powder. If the colors get mixed, save them in a separate bin for use as a counter (back side) enamel. Place a creased paper on your sifting worksurface, so you can easily dump excess enamel back in the container or a mixed jar.Enameling Safety:Eye protection and a fine-particulate mask are recommended when working with enamels.Wash hands thoroughly when done, and avoid rubbing your eyes.If working regularly with enamels, we suggest protective gloves to prevent irritation from small glass particles.When torch-firing:Prepare a fireproof work area, and remove clutter.A fire extinguisher nearby and good ventilation are important.Consider wearing an apron, closed-toe shoes and natural fiber clothing, and avoiding loose hair, flowy clothing and dangling jewelry.Keep food, drinks, pets and small children away from your enamel and/or firing workspace.Metal Compatibility & Color:Copper "paint chip" in image shows how this enamel looks on copper. Opaque colors are on their own. Translucent and opalescent colors have Foundation White on the bottom portion, and then a layer of translucent or opalescent color over the Foundation White and part-way up the bare copper. The color number was stamped on each strip of copper before enameling.The firing temperature range for our enamels is 1,400°-1,500°F (760°-815°C), and they have a coefficient of expansion (COE) from 258 to 360, cubic expansion. Metals that work with these enamels must have a higher melting point, and a similar COE. Otherwise your metal may melt before your enamel, or the enamel may pop off when your jewelry is exposed to temperature changes.Specifically, these enamels work with copper, gold, low-carbon steel and fine silver. This includes fired copper clay and fine-silver clay. (And some alloys of brass work -- we've had good luck with Vintaj brass blanks and our 24g brass blanks, especially with the higher COE colors, but color results have been unpredictable with brass -- they often require a 2nd layer and 2nd firing to get the color you were aiming for.)Specific COE for most colors is listed in the "Additional specs" field on this page. For more information about why COE is important for people who like to experiment with alternate metals, see the Thompson Enamel Workbook.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. Enameling Tips:Enamel is durable, but not totally infallible. Handle finished pieces with care.Do all metal shaping, stamping, punching, etc. before adding enamels.Thoroughly clean your metal before enameling. Penny Brite works great!Before sifting enamel onto the piece, spray on a light coat of Klyr-Fire to help enamel stay in place with an even coating.To paint instead of sift, mix with Klyr Fire or approximately 40% water (to get desired consistency) and paint with a small sable paintbrush. You may want to fire a layer of Opaque White Undercoat first.Sift or paint enamel in desired pattern, carefully transfer to your firing station, and fire!If torch firing, watch closely: when the enamel begins to melt, you'll see a glossy "orange peel" stage where the enamel beads up before slumping to a smooth enameled sheen. Fire a bit more, but don't overheat - some colors will scorch.Allow to slowly cool. A warmed pan (or small crockpot) of vermiculite works great.Clean as necessary - Penny Brite or a brief pickle, maybe a little underwater grinding with an alundum stone.Keep all your leftover / spilled enamel powder. If the colors get mixed, save them in a separate bin for use as a counter (back side) enamel. Place a creased paper on your sifting worksurface, so you can easily dump excess enamel back in the container or a mixed jar.Enameling Safety:Eye protection and a fine-particulate mask are recommended when working with enamels.Wash hands thoroughly when done, and avoid rubbing your eyes.If working regularly with enamels, we suggest protective gloves to prevent irritation from small glass particles.When torch-firing:Prepare a fireproof work area, and remove clutter.A fire extinguisher nearby and good ventilation are important.Consider wearing an apron, closed-toe shoes and natural fiber clothing, and avoiding loose hair, flowy clothing and dangling jewelry.Keep food, drinks, pets and small children away from your enamel and/or firing workspace.Metal Compatibility & Color:Copper "paint chip" in image shows how this enamel looks on copper. Opaque colors are on their own. Translucent and opalescent colors have Foundation White on the bottom portion, and then a layer of translucent or opalescent color over the Foundation White and part-way up the bare copper. The color number was stamped on each strip of copper before enameling.The firing temperature range for our enamels is 1,400°-1,500°F (760°-815°C), and they have a coefficient of expansion (COE) from 258 to 360, cubic expansion. Metals that work with these enamels must have a higher melting point, and a similar COE. Otherwise your metal may melt before your enamel, or the enamel may pop off when your jewelry is exposed to temperature changes.Specifically, these enamels work with copper, gold, low-carbon steel and fine silver. This includes fired copper clay and fine-silver clay. (And some alloys of brass work -- we've had good luck with Vintaj brass blanks and our 24g brass blanks, especially with the higher COE colors, but color results have been unpredictable with brass -- they often require a 2nd layer and 2nd firing to get the color you were aiming for.)Specific COE for most colors is listed in the "Additional specs" field on this page. For more information about why COE is important for people who like to experiment with alternate metals, see the Thompson Enamel Workbook.  See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Thompson Translucent 80-mesh Enamel for Metals - Aqua Blue, Sample (Each)

    Thompson
    $1.60
    Enameling Tips:Enamel is durable, but not totally infallible. Handle finished pieces with care.Do all metal shaping, stamping, punching, etc. before adding enamels.Thoroughly clean your metal before enameling. Penny Brite works great!Before sifting...
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  • Sale 11%
    Unleash your knitting creativity with the Tulip I-Cord Knitter, the must-have knitting tool for crafting stunning pieces effortlessly. Whether you're a seasoned knitter or just starting out, this user-friendly and stylish tool will make your crafting experience easy and enjoyable by creating a knitted cord that you can also add beads to. Create delicate wool accessories or eye-catching interior decorating pieces - the possibilities are endless. With its compact and lightweight design, take your knitting projects anywhere inspiration strikes. The ergonomic grip ensures comfortable usage, making those long knitting sessions a breeze. What sets the Tulip I-Cord Knitter apart is its compatibility with a variety of yarns, allowing you to explore and experiment with different textures and colors. Elevate your knitting game and express your unique style through stunning handmade knitted pieces. Unleash your knitting creativity with the Tulip I-Cord Knitter, the must-have knitting tool for crafting stunning pieces effortlessly. Whether you're a seasoned knitter or just starting out, this user-friendly and stylish tool will make your crafting experience easy and enjoyable by creating a knitted cord that you can also add beads to. Create delicate wool accessories or eye-catching interior decorating pieces - the possibilities are endless. With its compact and lightweight design, take your knitting projects anywhere inspiration strikes. The ergonomic grip ensures comfortable usage, making those long knitting sessions a breeze. What sets the Tulip I-Cord Knitter apart is its compatibility with a variety of yarns, allowing you to explore and experiment with different textures and colors. Elevate your knitting game and express your unique style through stunning handmade knitted pieces.
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    Tulip - I-Cord Knitter [Packaging Damaged]

    Tulip
    MSRP: $44.99
    $34.65
    $30.99
    Extra savings! These items have moderate damage to the packaging that may make them more difficult to resell. Otherwise, the I-Cord knitter inside is in great shape. Unleash your knitting creativity with the Tulip I-Cord Knitter, the must-have knitting...
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  • Make quick and easy bracelets and necklaces!        String your beads, then glue on a memory wire end, or use  durable round-nose pliers to twist each end into a loop. (Optional:  Add dangling beads or charms to looped ends.)    Make lacy netted chokers with seed, "E" and PRESTIGE Crystal crystal beads hanging from a single coil of necklace wire.    See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    22ga Beadalon Stainless Steel Memory Wire Coil, Necklace, 1oz (ounce)

    Beadalon
    $6.29
    Make quick and easy bracelets and necklaces! String your beads, then glue on a memory wire end, or use durable round-nose pliers to twist each end into a loop. (Optional: Add dangling beads or charms to looped ends.) Make lacy netted chokers...
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  • Which Glue is Best? Check out all the options, plus tips for successful glue bonds, on our main Adhesives and Jewelry Glues page. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Adhesive, Crafter's Pick, The Ultimate (Each)

    $3.00
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    EURO TOOL Wire Gauge (Each)

    EURO TOOL
    $12.15
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  • Polymer Clay Basics      Polymer clays are man made modeling materials that, once heat  cured, become permanent and will not return to their original  state. All are composed of the same basic components: plasticizers,  resins, fillers and colorants.     Before using polymer clay it must be conditioned... kneading by  hand until the clay is soft and pliable or fold and roll through a  pasta machine. Inadequate conditioning will result in weakened  finished items and weakened piece to piece adhesion. Condition light colors first, then move to darker colors.    Polymer clay pieces can be cured in a standard oven (convection)  or toaster oven. Do not microwave polymer clay. If you don't have a  dedicated oven, place items in an aluminum pan, then cover tightly  with foil to prevent residue build up in your oven. Cure pieces in  a well-ventilated area. Check oven accuracy with a thermometer and  use a timer to avoid exceeding curing time.    The recommended curing temperature is 300° F (150° C).  Kato Polyclay™ can be cured at 275° F (135° C) with  good results and has been approved to cure at 350° F by our  toxicologist, however caution should be taken when curing at that  temperature, time should be limited to 10 minutes as you will run  the risk of discoloration. You should never exceed 365° F.    Materials that will withstand clay curing temperatures, such as  glass, paper mache, wood, metal and ceramic items may be covered  with clay and baked in the oven. Items may be nested in polyester  batting to avoid flat, shiny spots. Finished pieces may be painted  or glazed after curing. Water-based paints and glazes are  recommended. Cured clay may also be wet sanded (automotive  sandpaper - 400 and 600 grit, in water) and then buffed to a  high-gloss sheen.    Working Properties of Kato PolyClay™      1. Conditioning - Kato Polyclay™ is easy to condition, with  no crumbling. I slice the blocks into 1/8" thick pieces. Roll  through the pasta machine at the thickest setting. Finish by  folding and rolling.     2. Handling - with continuous kneading and working, Kato  Polyclay™ does not become sticky and, therefore, maintains  its ease of workability.    3. Strength - Kato Polyclay™ was deemed as strong or  stronger than other clays the testers used, - most feeling it was  stronger. Not one single respondent found it to be less strong.  Additionally, every color shares the same strength.    4. Color stability - From uncured to cured state, no Kato  Polyclay™ color shifts more than 1/2 shade, with the majority  remaining unchanged from uncured to cured state. It is virtually  "true- color".    5. Consistency - Colors share the same consistency and softness.  For example, you won't find white very hard and green very soft.  Even consistency promotes even cane reduction, which results in  less distorted imagery and less waste at cane ends.    6. Color Mixing - Rather than taking an academic approach (this  requires that the user have a rather extensive knowledge of color  mixing) we have opted for a more user friendly and intuitive  method. The Spectral Colors form the basis for the creation of all  colors. If they were placed on the color wheel, you would find them  very evenly spaced. This approach makes color mixing simple for  even the most inexperienced user.    7. Colors - Colors have been formulated for maximum purity and  brilliance.    8. Finish - Once cured, Kato Polyclay™ exhibits a satin  sheen.    9. Density - As part of the manufacturing process, Kato  Polyclay™ is vacuum extruded (we are the only company  utilizing this state of the art process). In essence, air from the  clay is removed, making the clay denser and eliminating the need  for continuous folding and rolling to remove air pockets from the  clay.    10. Warm repositioning - Kato Polyclay™ is not as fragile  as other brands when warm. Kato Polyclay™ allows for a  measure of repositioning of elements when warm - the clay maintains  its new position without breaking.        See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Kato Polyclay, 2oz, Metallic - Copper (Each)

    $1.98
    Polymer Clay Basics Polymer clays are man made modeling materials that, once heat cured, become permanent and will not return to their original state. All are composed of the same basic components: plasticizers, resins, fillers and colorants. ...
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  • Which Glue is Best? For the most durable bond, we almost always recommend epoxies rather than other types of glue, but it depends on a few factors... Check out the options, plus tips for successful glue bonds, on our Adhesives and Jewelry Glues page. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item. Which Glue is Best? For the most durable bond, we almost always recommend epoxies rather than other types of glue, but it depends on a few factors... Check out the options, plus tips for successful glue bonds, on our Adhesives and Jewelry Glues page. See Related Products links (below) for similar items and additional jewelry-making supplies that are often used with this item.

    Magnet, Round, 18mm (35 Pieces)

    $9.67
    Which Glue is Best? For the most durable bond, we almost always recommend epoxies rather than other types of glue, but it depends on a few factors... Check out the options, plus tips for successful glue bonds, on our Adhesives and Jewelry Glues page. See...
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    The Beadsmith Simply Modern Series, Round / Concave Nose Pliers, 4.75 Inches Long

    The Beadsmith
    $7.37
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    TierraCast Rivet Setter for 4mm Leather Rivets (Each)

    TierraCast
    $4.57
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    Tip, E-6000 (Each)

    E-6000
    $0.25
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    Beadalon Tin Cup Knotter Tool (Each)

    Beadalon

    $25.65
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    EURO TOOL EuroPunch Jewelry Pliers, Round, 1.25mm, 18g, Hole (Each)

    EURO TOOL

    $11.65
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