Paper - Jewelry & Beading
Tue Jan 28 00:00:00 MST 2014ltwillingham Rating:5.0
I really like the etch better than the emboss but I think it has to do with what I am making. The etch works well on leather and paper but the emboss is more dramatic on metal. Both products work we.ll
Tue Dec 11 00:00:00 MST 2012gat1370 Rating:5.0
I've used these for jewelry making and paper crafting and a couple of other things that required a delicate touch to get something in just the right place. Great value for the price.
Fri Dec 11 00:00:00 MST 2015Cheryl G. Rating:5.0
This is extra strong and great to use with my paper beaded necklace and chokers. Love it!
Tue Mar 19 00:00:00 MDT 2013cardsbythequeen Rating:5.0
I'm very happy with these super cute microbeads. These microbeads are true to Martha's reputation for high quality products. There are many great uses for these little guys and I love that there is a wide color selection in one package. The containers are a good size - you get a whole lotta microbeads for the money. I've had fun adding these to all sorts of projects. Easily adhered with double stick tape, dimensional glue (like Diamond Glaze or other comparable items), or regular glue. These are especially wonderful because Martha thought to add a filtering sprinkle top to each bottle, so all the little bitty things don't go pouring out. Genius! I've made some cute little rings with some inexpensive ring blanks, microbeads, and Mod Podge Dimensional Magic. Apply a thin layer of Mod Podge Dimensional Magic to the bottom of the ring blank. Sprinkle microbeads into the wet Podge - you can add as many (or as few) as you want. Be creative - mix colors! Let dry for at least several hours, overnight is even better. (Don't touch!) Here's your chance to be even more creative - add another thin layer of your dimensional glue and microbeads...or add a thick layer - enough to fill the ring blank. Ta da! A cute new ring from your awesome Martha Stewart 12-piece Microbeads purchase. Also great for stamping. These are "reusable" - make sure you sprinkle them on your project over a piece of paper. (For easiest use, crease the paper in half - lengthwise - before using under project.) The paper will catch your extra microbeads. Just lift the paper and gently curl the paper at the fold, using the fold to form a sort of funnel so you can easily return the unused microbeads to the container. More for next time...YAY!
Whether you have a set of clip earrings that you want to convert into earrings for your pierced ears or you want to preserve and enjoy a piece of antique heirloom jewelry by changing it into a necklace pendant, you can convert your clip earrings simply and easily with a few jewelry and beading supplies. Before you dispose of that single fashion earring, consider how it can continue to enhance your wardrobe with a few simple adjustments. Remove the Clip: No matter what you want to convert your old clip earring into, you'll need to start by removing the clip. Read More
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