Buy & Try Crystal Points Starts March 9th, 2017!

The Nunn Design Buy & Try Program offers a tutorial for a new technique that we have been experimenting with. It offers inspirational exploration on how to create jewelry using the new technique. And lastly, we offer the supplies for a limited period of time so that you can actually CREATE the jewelry that you were inspired to make. During the Buy & Try, we waive the $100.00 order minimum on Buy & Try items and offer the program to both wholesale and retail buyers. Pretty sweet, huh?

Let’s recap:

  • Buy & Try Crystal Points Starts March 9th, 2017
  • Learn a new technique! Visit our blog to see a whole tutorial and video on how to use Crystal Points with Crystal Clay
  • Be inspired over the next couple weeks with jewelry created by Team Nunn using this technique and others.
  • Buy all of the supplies needed to create through March 19th!
  • The $100.00 minimum order is waived for Buy & Try purchases
  • Shop both wholesale and retail
  • Pretty sweet, huh? (say yes here).

Buy & Try Crystal Points touch upon a trend that just doesn’t seem to fade, the usage of crystals within jewelry. Maybe it is boho trend that keeps this crystal stone at the forefront of popularity, or maybe it is those healing properties that so many state come with crystals. Shoot, I just know that they look great and are fun to design with.


See you March 9th, 2017!


How to Purchase Wholesale?

If you are interested in becoming one of the many designers who trust their jewelry to Nunn Design Findings, please join us by registering to become one of our wholesale customers!

Nunn Design primarily sells wholesale, but we do offer Retail DIY Kit supplies for certain projects. For all other findings, please visit our Where to Buy Page for a listing of online stores that sell Nunn Design Findings retail.


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