Arts and Crafts: Tools of the Trade – Part 2

Image Description: a title-post picture with the words Arts & Crafts written in the centre in rainbow word-art with a clip-art picture of a red rose in each of the corners
Image Description: a title-post picture with a white background, the words ‘Arts & Crafts’ written in the centre in rainbow word-art, with a clip-art picture of red roses in each of the corners.

These were given to me as a birthday gift, this is due to my interest in beads, although I currently don’t really have a crafting area to use them in. I have a large desk where my craft items and supplies are kept, however, there’s very little space on the table for the actual making of things.

It’ll probably take a long time (I doubt I’ll get it done by the end of the year), however, I would like to turn one of our spare bedrooms into a study/craft area. It’s going to take a lot of energy, motivation, planning skills, which is pretty much all the stuff I currently lack, but it’s realistically obtainable.

Let’s be honest here, cleaning up a room/space within the time frame of a year is not like learning to be a rocket scientist or brain surgeon, even if it feels completely impossible at times. I guess I just have to learn how to break it down into smaller chunks and deal with it.

Anyway… Back to the original purpose of the post! Behold:


Image Description: image – an image of five different types of pliers contained snugly within a black cloth rectangle cover.


Image Description: a pair of pink side cutter/diagonal pliers sitting on my kitchen bench


Image Description: a pair of purple round-nose pliers sitting on my kitchen bench


Image Description: image – a pair of red nail-puller pliers sitting on my kitchen bench


Image Description: a pair of yellow needle-nose pliers sitting on my kitchen bench


Image Description: a pair of blue linesman pliers sitting on my kitchen bench

So, that’s my collection of pliers, not terribly interesting but they are practical. Next up, I would like to do an updated post about my bead collection, hopefully, that should be a little more interesting

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