Tuesday, December 26, 2017

Linkt Craft Kits

Linkt Craft Kits from Neat-Oh! International in the first-ever line of chainmaille kits designed for anyone ages 8 and up. Linkt is based on the historical craft of chainmaille yes as in medieval armor. I was sent 3 kits and they all priced at $20 and everything you need to make multiple projects.

Bonding Bracelets Bracelet Kit which is the first ever kit for Tweens where you can make professional artisan quality jewelry in 30 minutes or less. Linkt Craft Kits was designed together with Rebeca Mojica, world-renowned chainmaille artisan, and award-winning jewelry designer. They are super easy, fun and simple to make. In one single box, we’ve got everything you need to make amazing creations faster than you think. The metal is soft enough that you can bend it with your fingers. 


Each kit comes with crystal clear instructions and videos to go along with each and every project. The kit also comes with a patent pending layout tool that is lightweight and soft, with slots that hold rings while you work. Each kit contains rings and findings to make 5 bracelets, 1 magic layout toll, ring color personality list, instructions and bonus charm projects.
Hoops & Loops allows you to make 20 stunning pairs of earrings as you link hundreds of colorful rings. This kit contains hundreds of metal & silicone rings, crystal clear instructions, videos to go along and a magic patent pending tool and a bonus charm project.
Spinning Halos allows you to make 5 stunning necklace and earring sets and each kit contains hundreds of metal rings, crystal clear instructions, videos to go along and a magic patent pending tool and a bonus Mobius charm project.

My Opinion: Crafts are good for anyone to stay busy, relax and you some creativity on what you can make.  I really enjoyed trying to make the Bonding Bracelets and it came out better than I thought it would as I am not very crafty.

To see more visit http://neat-oh.com

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