Wholesale eye pins at online stores

Eye pins are one kind of important jewelry findings when making beaded jewelry. They are a jewelry component that allows an additional item to be attached. Eye pins look like a long piece of wire with a loop at the end. The usage of eye pins is to link one component to another to form necklaces, bracelets and earrings.

Eyepins, Made of Iron, Black Color, about 1.2 inch long, 21gaugeThey come in various sizes and metal colors, such as silver and gold. Using eye pins in the construction of earrings gives the finished piece a more interesting appearance with an extra dangle at the bottom. They are sold in craft stores or online china beads stores such as eBay, as the comfortable shopping and free shipping make online shopping wholesale eye pins popular. There are also some bead stores providing wholesale jewelry findings at lower price, zacoo.com is just such kind of stores, you can find china beads and jewelry findings there, all products there are quality and cheap. What’s more, there are no minimum order requirement and worldwide free shipping on any order.

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Tibetan style Jewelry findings make your jewelry sturdy, attractive and unique

Jewelry findings, for your hand make beaded work. Zacoo has an extensive list of jewelry findings that will allow you to do almost anything you want with your jewelry creations and will not limit you to your typical jewelry designs. Our jewelry making findings include bails, bead caps, crimp beads, eye pins, head pins and so much more. All of these items contribute into making your jewelry sturdy, attractive and unique. Today we will mainly talk about one of our Tibetan style jewelry findings: Tibetan Style Clasps.

antique brass Tibetan Style Clasps

antique brass Tibetan Style Clasps

SKU: TS4186-4, Color: Antique Brass, Function: Clasp, Bead Size: 24x9x3mm
In jewelry making findings are all the little parts that you will need to complete a project. Do you know the glossary of Beading jewelry findings. Clasps are one kind of such jewelry findings, and the clasps are the closures you use to finish off your pieces. More detailed information please visit: Tibetan Style Clasps, made of zinc alloy, Antique Brass, Clasp, 24mm long, 9mm wide, 3mm thick, with one hole, Sold per pkg of 50pcs.

Making fascinating Tibetan jewelry with this kind of Tibetan Style clasps is wonderful, as Tibetan style jewelry provides you with ancient rhymes and exotic ambience, for more information about jewelry making tips please visit our jewelry making blog.

Jewelry supplies for beaded jewelry, beading jewelry and handmade fashion jewelry

The jewelry making supplies for fashion jewelry that are required for making beading jewelry are basically jewelry wire, jewelry beads and jewelry findings.  Today we will discuss these three jewelry supplies categories.
 Jewelry Beads are decorative items made from a variety of materials that in general have a hole used for holding the bead in position in your jewelry.  Beads can be made of glass, plastic, wood, stone, metal, bone, and semi-precious or precious materials. We zacoo.com is an online supplier providing wholesale beads, such as metal beads, acrylic beads, Tibetan style beads, crystal beads…, jewelry supplies for fashion handmade jewelry making and jewelry supplies for beading jewelry. Some examples of jewelry beads for fashion jewelry making that are:
Acrylic beads
Tibetan style beads
Crystal beads
Porcelain beads
Pewter Beads
Lampwork beads
Pandora Style Beads
Jewelry wire is in general brass, copper, silver, gold, silver-plated, gold-plated or gold-filled wire. For making fashion jewelry the most common gauges are 16, 18, 20, and 22 gauge.  24 and 26 gauge are used, but less frequently.  For making permanent wire components, usually 16, 18 or 20 gauge wire will be used, but beginners should avoid 16 gauge because it is harder to work with.  For connecting wire components with the wrapped bead link, frequently 22 gauge wire will be used.
Jewelry findings are jewelry making components like clasps, head pins, ear wires, jump rings, and other manufactured or hand made components.  Some examples of jewelry findings for fashion jewelry making that are rather important for making jewelry and should be purchased by anyone getting started in making jewelry are:
Head Pins
Clasps
Jump Rings
Earring Findings
Eye pins
Head pins
There are many other categories of jewelry findings, such as Bails, Bead Caps, Cabochons, Links, Spacers, Bead Frames, Bookmarks, Bead Cages, but the six identified above are in general more important and necessary for most beginning jewelry making projects. A beginner would be well served by purchasing some inexpensive head pins, clasps and ear wires to be used for making jewelry.

Jewelry findings-for your hand make beaded work

Beaded jewelry making is a relaxing way to be creative, and more and more people join to beaded work. You can make your own unique jewelry that you can enjoy for yourself or give away as gifts to your families and friends. The process of jewelry making and the enjoyment of finishing your beads art are wonderful. Making hand beaded jewelry involves using many specific tools, threads, beads and jewelry findings (findings is the name given to the many small components that support, finish, and secure a piece of jewelry.)
Jump Rings are small circles of metal wire that have a simple cut; when manipulated, this cut allows the ring to open and close to enable links between other findings and threading material and the attachment of jewelry charms beads.
Crimp Beads are small metal components that are designed to squeeze shut with the force of pliers securing the wire that was threaded through it. Crimps are used to secure beads and findings but can also create a decorative affect throughout the piece of jewelry.
Eye pins are used to make dangle drop earrings, or as links in a necklace or bracelet; Head pins are most commonly used to create an end to a dangle drop earring. Eye Pins are pieces of metal wire pre-cut to a certain size with a loop at one end. This loop allows the pin to be linked to something else. The end that is straight can then be made into a loop with round-nose pliers (jewelry supplies), thus creating a complete link between other findings (one at each end). Head Pins are pins with one flattened end to prevent the escaping of beads that are fed onto it; the other end can then be made into a loop using round-nose pliers just like the eye pin.