“Home Depot! Who knew?? I’m really starting to get into the look of metals with polymer clay.” ~Jackie-B
Just a short post today because my power keeps going out and I have to write this using a back up battery. Thought I would let you know about this super deal I found on copper wire at my local Home Depot, Jewelry Making Supply Store ;-)
Pictured above, this spool of 20g copper wire is 164 feet (50 m) in length and was just under $10. That is only 6 cents a foot!
This means it will cost you approximately 3 or 4 cents to make two wire cord ends for your next necklace or bracelet. Less than a penny to make a hand full of jump rings. And around a dime for the metal to make an interchangeable pendant! Isn’t that awesome!
Home Depot! Who knew?? I’m really starting to get into the look of metals with polymer clay. Copper in particular is quite lovely when matched with the right design. Thanks for the post! ~Jackie-B
Cindy – Believe me, I do appreciate your cost-cutting tips. I agree that the supplies one needs for polymer clay projects probably cost a lot less than supplies for other crafts. My problem is that your videos are so great that I want to start on the latest technique right away, and I get frustrated if I can’t locate what I need as soon as I would like. Thanks for everything. ~Sherry-L
Hopefully you guys will be able to find this great of a deal on some copper wire in your local hardware store too. If you do, please come back to this post and leave a comment about where you found it. It will be helpful information for others who also use this site as a polymer clay resource.