There are some good ideas in the book, but I'd list most as entry level. There were six sheets of 6.5" x 9" of plastic, and no writing or coloring tools, you have to provide your ... (see full review) own. The jewelry findings are basic tin. Good as a basic intro to shrinky dinks, but over priced for what you get.
I dipped an old plated bracelet, it did resurface plating,but the solution cools down immediately and won't replate as it did when advertised. It also evaporates quickly when you h ... (see full review)eat it. It's performance is very over-rated.
Bought this because I'm getting ready to go on a business trip to do some serious bead buying. I wanted a set of tools that I could easily take with me in my luggage without a lot ... (see full review)of fuss and muss. These certainly fit the bill. The case holds them all in place and it's super nice.
I have been Quilling for awhile now and I was so glad I decided to get this kit. Combing is just as much fun to do. You items come out so crisp and clean. They are great for cards. ... (see full review) I just Love this and I hope there will be more patterns coming.
This crimper has a bigger gap between the pincers than the crimp beads I have. It does not crimp completely and causes the beads to roll around instead of cinching. It can only be ... (see full review)used for a certain size of crimp bead.
Like craft kits and wanted to try something different so I ordered it. After opening it and reading the instructions, I found out you have to purchase a special tool, that's sold s ... (see full review)eparately of course, in order to put the kit together. The tool was much more expensive then the kit, so I returned it. The product description on-line neglected to add that bit of information.
I ordered this item thinking that it was as the picture dipicted, the Pro version of the bead roller. When it arrived in the mail, I was very disappointed to see that it was NOT th ... (see full review)e Pro version, just the regular one. I had wanted the Pro because it has a feature that enables you to eject the bead without ruining it. HSN, this is very careless on your part, and I am a very disappointed customer.
I know it says mini and has the measurements, but these are really, really tiny. They work well for macrame where I need to secure multiple strands to make interesting color combi ... (see full review)nations but it did take me a while to get used to the tiny size.
The tray and pins hold a lot of beads, makes it easier to cook. Metal is VERY sharp on the edges and the pins are just a little short so when carrying to the oven they often fall d ... (see full review)own and the beads roll, wish the pins were a tad longer. Comes with a plexiglas insert that is useful for making straight cuts using the tray don't forget to remove before cooking! Great addition to my clay crafts.
I am very pleased with how the X-Acto Deluxe Retractable Blade Knife handles cutting in intricate areas that are delicate and difficult to reach. The Blade being retractable is a d ... (see full review)ream come true. Thank you.
I like the machine itself but you really cannot even start using it without getting more stones first. The pictures on the box make it look like you can do so many things but ther ... (see full review)e are only 10 or 15 patterns, nothing spectacular. This is a VERY basic starter kit.
I was so excited to get this item, but it was disappointing. The plastic pegs pop out if you have to make intricate moves. The whole thing is a bit small to do anything. The pen ... (see full review) is good though. It keeps the wire manageable. They just need to improve on the jig.