New from Efco, these super ply laser-cut letters and numerals.
Available in a boxed display case, or as individual items all at incredible prices!
The letters are approx 40mm high, cut from 2mm ply.
24906.. Single letters (supplied as an outer of 10)
24905.. Numerals (supplied as an outer of 10)
Also on the subject of new items – Efco have published their Spring 14 catalogue additions – see the catalogue page for an updated listing.
These should have been mailed to our account customers, but if you’ve slipped through the net, please get in touch via the contact form.
New from Efco, our range of anodised aluminium wires, available in over 20 different colours and varying textures. Soft and easy to bend, Efco’s anodised aluminium wire is perfect for creative jewellery making and hundreds of craft uses. The wires are supplied in two thicknesses: 1 & 2mm diameter and as 5mm ribbon.
These plastic protectors slide over the ends of pliers to give a bit more grip and prevent damage to jewellery wire or other delicate items. Use a heat-gun or hair-dryer to shrink the protector onto the pliers.
The protectors are supplied as a set of four 10cm lengths in three different diameters: 3.2mm, 4.8mm, 6.4mm (x2)
5 new catalogue sections full of exciting new products from Efco for this autumn season.
Papp Art goes from strength to strength; we’ve introduced a new selection of mini (5cm high) letters and numerals; supplied as a complete range in a display case. A new departure are some stylish Papp Art Bookends – these are weighted – so they are practical as well as elegant.
With Christmas getting closer, some cute reindeer and very traditional rocking horse shapes are bound to be strong selling additions to the Papp Art range.
Now that summer has finally come and really is HOT, see Efco’s new bead ranges in glowing Neon colours -pages 50 – 52 in the News section for the coolest thing this hot summer, or is that too many puns in the sun?
The Neon colours are also available in Efcolor cold enamel on page 103 of the same section.
As well as the “official” new catalogue sections click here to open the Home Fair brochure, which gives a good overview of Efco’s new lines for the latter half of the year. (It’s a rather large pdf – if your browser is taking a long time to open the file, right click on the link and use “save link as” to save a copy on your computer)
You may have seen in the news reports on the flooding in Germany over the weekend.
Although the the Pfalz region didn’t seem too badly hit – other than a very full and turbulent river Rhine and a lot of waterlogged fields, the rain has caused problems at Efco’s local exchange and they are without internet and phones. Communication is limited to a single fax line and various mobiles!
The latest information we have from Efco is that the phonelines are still out of action, but should be working again tomorrow (5th June)
Jewellery making is still proving very popular among crafters. If you haven’t considered Efcolor Low Melt Enamelling as an addition to your jewellery making range then check it out. The Ideal World shows have created a lot of interest in this range – if you missed them, here’s a video to show you the basics of enamelling. At the end of the video you find some examples of what can be achieved with this great product!
Fiona Jones of Projects4Crafters demonstrated Efcolor low temperature enamel powders on Ideal Shopping’s Create and Craft Show.
If previous experience is anything to go by this should generate interest in Efcolor cold enameling for everyone.
Fiona has produced step by step instructions, complete with part references of all items required. Click here to download