Jewelry Making Kits
We have a new selection of Beginner Jewelry Kits to share with you. These complete kits include everything you need to start making your own jewelry. They're called Jewelry Class in a Box Kits and there are 3 designs to choose from - Natural, Elegant, and Fashion.
The manufacturer is Cousin Corporation of America, a leader in the fashion jewelry industry for over 35 years.
The Elegant Jewelry Class in a Box Kit includes generous quantities of glass beads, metal beads, accessory beads, cord & wire, head & eye pins, fishhook earrings, and toggle clasps.
This kit also includes a convenient 3 in 1 jewelry tool and a bead board for laying out your jewelry designs. For beginners, there's an 8-page color instruction book to help guide you though the jewelry making process from start to finish.
Getting started making jewelry is easy and fun with kits that bring everything together for you. These jewelry kits come with enough materials to make 6 glass bead bracelets, 3 pairs of glass bead earrings, and 3 glass bead necklaces!
You'll find them all in the Jewelry Kits section of the store.
Punch Needle Kits
We have new Punch Needle Kits from Rachel's of Greenfield. These kits include the foundation fabric, iron-on transfer pattern, and embroidery floss. They also include complete illustrated instructions, making them ideal for beginners.
Midnight Snowman Punch Needle Kit
You'll enjoy the 3 new creative punch needle designs we've added to the store - Blackbirds, Midnight Snowman, and Pine Tree. Visit the Punch Needle Kits section to see our complete selection, including kits from Jeremiah Junction and Dimensions.
Punch needle is easy and relaxing, making it an ideal weekend craft project. All you need to get started is a punch needle kit, a punch tool, and an embroidery hoop.
It's easy for beginners to learn a new craft. Weekend Kits offers the kits, tools, and supplies you need to get started. Explore our selection of kits today and get ready to create something new on your next Weekend at Home!
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