The box will be posted out in a jiffy bag, so that the box becomes part of the gift itself. The box contents are wrapped and labelled, which creates a lovely unboxing experience. Please let me know if you would like a gift message included.
Level: Suited to beginners with no experience of wire work.
Feature Width Approx: 3.5cm / 1.3 inches.
Necklace Length: 45.7cm / 18 inches.
Tech: Inside the kit box is a welcome letter with a unique code to access the 61 page downloadable tutorial. You will need access to the internet to download the tutorial .PDF file from dropbox. The PDF file is held within a password protected ZIP file. Please ensure you have both ZIP and PDF software on your computer. Mobile devices not recommended.
- Raw Copper Wire
- Semi-Precious Gemstone Beads (Jade, Agate and Amazonite)
- Jewellery Findings
- Dropbox access link to 61 page downloadable tutorial
- Printed template
Additional Tools/Equipment Needed
- Chain Nose Pliers
- Wire Cutters
- Nylon Head Straightening Pliers
- Round Nose Pliers
- Hide or Nylon Hammer
- Domed Metal Hammer
- Metal File
- Steel Bench Block
- Hand File
- Patina Equipment (liver of sulphur, container, washing up bowl, respirator mask, kitchen towel, rubber coated tweezers)
- Copper Jewellery Varnish & Drying Equipment
- Hand File
- Alternatives to these are noted where possible
Adults Only: Over 18 years old due to sharp wire, sharp tools and risk of choking hazard. Keep away from children.
Visit this link to purchase the copper wire work tutorial for this ‘Ocean Waves Pendant’.
Author and Designer: Nicola of Earth Balance Craft
Copyright: This craft kit is copyright of “www.earthbalance-craft.co.uk and Earth Balance Craft”. Any redistribution or reproduction of part or all of the contents in any form is prohibited. This kit is for personal use only and is not to be reproduced for any educational or commercial purposes. © 2018 www.earthbalance-craft.co.uk All Rights Reserved.
Disclaimer: This tutorial is written in English, for English readers only. The instructions use the UK metric system of measurement in CM. There is a conversion guide at the beginning advising on measurements in inches for USA/Imperial.