Bead Design Boards for Jewelry & Beading AND Rhinestone Picker Tool Review-Friday Findings

Watch my review of a set of bead design boards for jewelry, necklaces, bracelets and bead weaving. I also give details on a very useful rhinestone picker tool. (Hint: It does more than pick up rhinestones!)

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Blog post with links: http://keepsakecrafts.net/blog/2018/05/18/bead-design-boards-for-jewelry-beading-and-rhinestone-picker-tool-review-friday-findings/

Find these tools at http://beebeecraft.com

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Comments

CzechBeadsExclusive.com says:

➡ ⏏ ❤ Superb

Page Smelser says:

Thank you for sharing these items with us. Until the next video much loves

Sandra Ellis says:

Thanks, hugs.

Tracy Lustick says:

Thanks for the info Sandy !

Lindy Hawthorne says:

Sandy thanks sooo much for demoing the bracelet board. I bought one ages ago, but it confused me as to whether each round was for the actual wrist size or the finished size, which is always different and confusing for me. I just used it after stringing for my wrist, which is 7″, but then if I placed it around the 7″ round, it still wasnt the correct length. Actually, I think that still confuses me. !!!! If I was making a bracelet for someone else, who had a 6.1/2″ wrist do I use the 6.1/2″ round as the final measurement???? T.I.A.

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