To start with this kit is designed for intermediate jewellery makers due to its complex wire-wrapping style. If you are new to beading/jewellery making and would like to know more about wire wrapping before you buy this kit then take a look at this video with Beadhouse head stylist Natalia Colman.
Anyway onto the review of making this kit. When you receive this kit you will find bags which contain the items you need for each step. With each step being labeled clearly on the instructions.
I love jewellery kits with instructions which are really easy to follow and the guys at Beadhouse have made these instructions easy to follow steps. The only items you don’t get in this kit are your pliers which you would need to create the loops. You can get these on the Beadhouse website too here.
This kit took around half an hour to complete.
The packaging for this kit is a gorgeous keepsake Beadhouse box which you can keep your jewellery in.
Overall I loved creating this piece of jewellery and I think it goes with a whole lot of outfits. I also found it simple to create.
This was a good project for intermediate jewellery designs but could be also good for newer designers wanting to practice with wire-wrapping.
I would recommend all the Beadhouse kits to anyone who is wanting to create some gorgeous jewellery to show off to friends and family.
To take a look at the other kits and products Beadhouse have follow this link
Well that’s all from me today, if you have tried any of the Beadhouse kits please let me know which one.