Tools & Accessories
Create wonderful modelling objects with the large range of tools, accessories and finished available here at Spotlight. From metal cutters to glaze, and moulds to tool kits, you will find everything here in one convenient place. You can also buy moulds to make various shapes, as well as kits to help you make baby hand or feet impressions and beautiful beads for jewellery, so take a look at this fascinating craft section today! Just one of the many hobby and craft ranges here at Spotlight.
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Can I buy Tools and Accessories at Spotlight?
Yes, you can. Create beautiful modelling creations with the broad range of tools, accessories and finishings available here at Spotlight. There are so many excellent tools to choose from, including sculpting kits, jewellery pliers, rulers, and so many essential accessories. Stamp your creativity with our range of hot foils stamps, sculpt with modelling tools and accessories, or create your very own jewellery with our collection of pliers and crimpers. Shop online or in your local Spotlight store today, for a vast choice of arts and craft supplies at our guaranteed low prices.
What items are included in the range?
This range includes a whole host of tools and accessories for various arts and crafts. Whatever your hobby, we are sure to have the supplies that you need at Spotlight. If you are looking for tools for modelling, you are certainly in the right place. With sculpting kits, texture wheels, moulds and a whole host of other tools that will help to ensure that your finished piece has all the detail you require. This range also includes a variety of different nose pliers, essential for ensuring that your handmade jewellery is made with precision. Couture Creations Hot Foil Stamps will guarantee that you can leave your mark on your craft creations. Whether you are looking for sandpaper to smooth the edges, modelling tools to fill in the details, or pliers for your jewellery crafts, there are so many tools and accessories to choose from amongst this impressive collection.
What jewellery making tools do you have at Spotlight?
At Spotlight, we have everything you need for achieving that professional finish to your very own jewellery creations. Whether you are new to making DIY jewellery, or you have been a serious hobbyist for some time, we have the tools you require to make and finish your very own work of art. This collection includes a whole host of tools that are designed for jewellery making purposes, including pliers, crimpers and more. Check out our bead and charms collection, chains, findings and other essentials in our jewellery making catalogue at Spotlight. From beading boards and looms to ImpressArt's expansive selection of metal stamping accessories, you are sure to find all the tools, essentials and accessories that you could possibly need.
Do you have any tips for using modelling clay?
We always recommend that you read the manufacturer's care instructions thoroughly before you begin, and to cover your surfaces and clothes to protect them. Kneading and massaging the clay will soften it and make it easier to work with. The warmth of your hands will spread to the clay and make it malleable. If using paper-based clay, you can add a small amount of water to soften the clay or to remove any imperfections. Use your hands and tools like knives, spoons, or even spinning wheels to form and shape the clay as you desire.
Crafting tools (or even dental picks and equipment!) can be beneficial for creating more complex projects, as you can be much more exact with them. Dry your clay on a clean, smooth, nonporous surface where your clay can dry for 24 hours. Put your clay down and do not disturb or move the clay while it dries. You'll need to be patient to make sure that you don't ruin your project. With some of our clay products, you can use the oven to speed up drying time, turn the oven on to its lowest setting and bake for a couple of hours. A cool, dry area (one with low humidity) is best and mild air circulation is also helpful. These products are not suitable for children under the age of three years old and you should always ensure adult supervision for those that are slightly older as they may pose a choking hazard.