Wire Wrapping Beginner Kit

$69.95 USD
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  • Get all the tools, supplies and instruction needed to get started in wire wrapping jewelry
  • Includes 4 of our most popular jewelry hand tools - chain nose pliers, round nose pliers, flat nose pliers, and mini nippers
  • Instructional CD features 88 pages of digital instruction with over 100 full color photos
  • Contains 90 feet of wire


Product Description

exclusive All the Basics in One Kit
Create your own stunning wire wrapped jewelry! Whether you work with natural stone or make your own glass gems, this kit has everything you need to take your jewelry to a whole new level. Learn exciting new techniques from Linda Abbott's "That's A Wrap" CD - an 88 page digital document full of detailed instruction and over 100 full color step by step photos. Beginner's kit includes chain nose pliers, round nose pliers, flat nose pliers, mini nippers, two spools of 20 gauge silvertone wire, and That's A Wrap CD. A Delphi Exclusive!

Artist: Linda Abbott

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  •   Easy to use
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Pros : Instruction video very straight forward and easy to follow. Tools are great quality and a nice convenient size to use. Great for starting out and learning how to wire wrap jewelry.
Cons : Would be nice if a print off of instructions was included.
Other Thoughts : I recommend this to anyone that wants to learn how to wire wrap pendents.
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  •   Fun Book on CD
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Pros : This is a great book on CD. I could follow the instructions and have made several necklaces out of fused glass and wire wrap them. I have brought some of my friends over and have been teaching them how to wire wrap. This is fun.
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