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If you have a young girl on your list of gift recipients then you might want to consider giving her jewelry making supplies on her next birthday. Your gift of jewelry making supplies might spark an interest in her that has yet to be developed.

You can give these supplies to people who are between the ages of eight and adult. Children under the age of eight may receive the supplies as a gift, but they need more adult supervision when they are assembling their pieces. If you plan to give the gift to a child younger than eight ask their parent, or guardian, if they have time to help the child with this type of crafting. You can also volunteer to do the crafting with the child. Children under the age of five should not be given these types of supplies because there are choking hazards associated with the small pieces.

When you plan to give jewelry making supplies as a gift you will either be buying for a person that you know likes to make jewelry, or for someone that has never made jewelry before. You will have to customize the gift according to the skills of the recipients.

Jewelry making supplies to include in the gift for beginners

• Beads

• Charms

• Necklace wire

• Earring blanks

• Clasps

• Needle nose pliers

• Plastic box for supply storage

• Magnifying glass

• Large eyed needle

• Jewelry wire

• Flashlight

• Hot glue gun

• Glue sticks for the hot glue gun

Jewelry Making Supplies for Someone with Experience

• Charms

• Beads

• Storage boxes

• Jewels

• Clasps

• Jewelry wire

• Thread

• Hot glue gun

• Glue sticks for the hot glue gun

• Literature on creating beads and charms from everyday items

When you give these items as a gift try to think about the taste of the gift recipient, some people like bold colors and flashy things. Other people are more reserved and would prefer items of jewelry that were more in keeping with their personality.

If the gift is for a teenager who has not yet developed their finished sense of style you will want to purchase items from several different styles. Experimenting with different sizes of beads, and different colors, will help the young person to determine what they like best.

You can make the packaging of the gift a part of the gift. Choose a pretty storage container and place all of the supplies in it. You can then wrap the container, or place it in a gift bag, or simply place a bow on top with a nametag.

If the person you are gifting is extremely crafty you can buy them a book that shows them how to make wooden beads from sticks in their yard. These wooden beads are not really hard to make, they are very affordable, and they allow the person crafting the jewelry to be more creative. This type of gift is not recommended for children under the age of thirteen.

Use your imagination and create a unique gift. You can find many rare beads if you shop at online suppliers. Your friend will appreciate the time you put into their gift.

Source by Ador Talukdar

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