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    I'd like to buy my son's girlfriend some jewellery making stuff to start her off. I've never made any jewellery but in a mad moment I did buy the tools so I don't have to worry about them as I'll give them to her.

    She loves earrings (danglies), silver and pink so I thought that would be where I start. Any suggestion for the best place to look to buy please. I did watch the jewellery making channel? this morning and I've looked on their website but didn't see anything suitable.
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    Hi Waterlily. Sorry I can't help but I too would be interested if anyone knows of a good starter kit as I want to buy one for my friend for Christmas.

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    That young woman who comes on with the beautiful Tiara's has gorgeous crystals and different coloured findings - like gunmetal/silver/gold/antique. Think its BD-I Tiara Pam if that's any help Of course there's Beader Comp and the ones that Mel brings (sorry cant remember the name!).
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    These look pretty, Pam if the link works.


    http://inkyfingerzone.blogspot.co.uk/

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    If you type "jewellery making kits" in Folksy or Etsy (shop local option, for UK only), there are quite a few options.

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    We used to have a lovely bead shop in Ely
    and the prices were amazing it closed down but I have heard
    It's reopening I will find out for you .you could only buy in the shop but I f they reopen i am happy to get bits and send them
    You don't have to be as mad as a box of frogs to be here but it helps:mysmilie_13:

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    Hi Pam
    there a place in haddenham www.spoiltrottenbeads.co.uk
    they have starter kits from 2.95
    They have some lovely beads but not as cheap as Ely beads had
    no news on when Ely beads will be back
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    You don't have to be as mad as a box of frogs to be here but it helps:mysmilie_13:

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    Thanks Jan off to have a look.

    Thanks everyone.

    Been having a look at the Jewellerymaker site and got totally lost lol. Too much to look at.
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    That's a good site Jan, easy to find what you are looking for. lol
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