These jewelry making kit ideas include projects for girls and boys. You might consider creating and selling kits like these as a business, or offering them as a gift or using them to offer children's beaded parties.
Popular projects for a teenage / children jewelry making kit making and wearing jewelry. And a fashionable jewelry project with a cool name can make a lot of sales!
These are popular jewelry projects for kids of all ages. These are excellent models to teach in a jewelry workshop or pearl fair, or to offer as a kit.
1) Friendship bracelet – for boys or girls. This has been a hot jewelry item for the last few years, with no sign of decline. Pretty made with "natural" beads or colored glass / plastic and threaded on a leather or hemp cord.
2) Friendship ankle bracelet – similar to the bracelet above, with the exception of ankles. (Less likely to be worn by boys.)
3) Chick Surfer Dude / Surfer Necklace – for boys or girls. A rustic choker necklace with some pearls and sometimes a small pendant. You can offer a variety of "natural" hardy pearls such as clay, bone, horn, wood, recycled glass, and so on. The pearls and the pendant are attached to a leather cord or a rubber tube. This is a particularly popular children's / teen jewelry making kit.
4) Princess Bracelet – an extremely popular jewelry making kit for girls. Possible components: large beaded beads to put on a pretty ribbon attached to the wrist of the princess with a knot; beads to be slipped onto a durable stretch cord; beads to string on the bead thread and tied with a basemetal clasp. Pink and purple are essential in these models.
5) Dragon Bone Necklace – a popular jewelry making kit for boys. Simply provide a variety of bone beads and some interesting spacing beads to the rope on the leather cord and tie them with sliding and adjustable knots.
6) Magic Bracelet – for boys or girls. An assortment of small magnetic hematite beads of various shapes makes it a fascinating toy in the infinite, as well as a jewel.
Tips for Creating a Jewelry Making Kit
They have a narrow assortment of inexpensive components, fragile tools and poorly written instructions – packed in a bulky box. It is very easy to create something much better than that!
When I create a jewelry making kit for workshops or for sale, I put myself in the customer's shoes. Here is an example of how I created pearl bracelets kits:
Each kit contained beads in a popular color palette, with beautiful contrast accent beads and at least one fresh focal pearl . I've included an inspiring blend of pearl colors, shapes, etc., and I've used a bead panel to measure the number of inches of beads I put in each kit.
Then I threw a few extra centimeters of pearls. have a good selection to design, plus some remaining beads for other projects. I've added a leather cord reel (cut a few inches longer than the larger wrist) and instructions for good design, a comfortable fit and sliding knots.
-Close bag, stapled my product card on top – and had a nice jewelry making kit.