Jewelry Making Kits -- Girls Gifts
Jewelry Craft Kits Make Great Gifts
Girls love to make jewelry so consider giving a jewelry making kit to that tween or teenage girl or even to a woman who enjoys crafts and wearing jewelry.
Jewelry is a fun craft to make because when it's finished, you can wear it, give it away, or even sell the items.
Jewelry making kits let young girls start making jewelry in a positive way by providing all of the components needed to complete a finished product. These kits are complete and come with everything needed so they make great gifts!
Photo of beaded bracelets like what you can make from a jewelry making kit.
Photo Credit: Peggy Hazelwood
Jewelry Making Kits
Contain Everything to Get Started!
Wooden Beads for Little Hands - Stringing Made Easy for Little Fingers
Even the littlest of girls and boys will enjoy stringing beads on a shoelace or string.
Use these colorful wooden beads to teach colors, patterns (2 blue beads, 3 red beads, 1 yellow bead, for example), counting, following instructions, and much more!
Jewelry Making Links - Make Your Own Jewelry Craft Kit or Learn to Make Bracelets, Necklaces, More
- Use Vintage Glass Beads to Make Vintage Earrings | Suite101.com
Vintage glass beads from broken jewelry can be reused to make vintage earrings. When using vintage beads to make jewelry, the past comes alive again.
- How to Make Beaded Snowman Earrings: Also Use This Technique for Snowman Pendants | Suite101.com
Snowman earrings are a great addition to a holiday wardrobe. The holiday season is a festive time of year, and many people like to make jewelry that reflects the season.
Jewelry Kits for Girls - Great for Gifts
For a little older girl, these glass beads in a box make a wonderful gift. She can make jewelry to wear herself or to give as gifts to friends and family.
Make the Components Then Make Jewelry with These Unique Shrink Art Kits!
Fun for Girls - Shrink Art to Color and Wear
Buying a shrink art jewelry kit is like giving two craft gifts in one. First kids can make the shrink art then use those finished pieces to make into jewelry!
My granddaughter enjoyed the shrink art kits I gave her. She spent a long time coloring each piece before we baked them. Then we made jewelry with the little hand-colored components she'd made herself!
Jewelry Making Supplies
for the More Advanced Jewelry Maker
Get Creative - Make Jewelry with Kits
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