JEWEL PICKER - DOUBLE ENDED
Picking up small jewels is hard, even with tweezers. The Double Ended Marvy® Jewel Picker is an easy way to pick up tiny jewels, beads, rhinestones, gems, glitter, confetti, punch outs, and more. It is a great tool for jewelry making, beading, scrapbooking, paper crafts, and nail art. The green end is for larger pieces while the red end is for smaller pieces. This jewel picker takes the struggle out of jewelry making
- Marvy® Jewel Picker will lose adhesion by catching dusts and oils.
- To regain its adhesion, just roll the tip on adhesive tape. This will pick up any dust and oils on the tip.
- To lessen its tackiness, touch the tip with your finger tips. This will add oil to the tip. If the tip looses it tackiness completely and using the adhesive tape to remove it does not work, then use an ultra fine sandpaper to rub off any dust and objects. This should recover its tackiness.
How to use
- Separate the objects so it will be easy to select.
- Lightly press the tacky tip of the Jewel picker on to the object until it adheres to it.
- Carefully place the object on to the desired area of your project.
I love the small end of the picker, it works amazing. Tape is great for rejuvenating its stickiness, but the tip wears down to metal in less than a week of use. I thought the first one was just a lemon so I bought another one and same thing. They just don’t last long enough to be worth it unfortunately. It’s a shame because otherwise it’s the BEST tool for rhinestones hands down (And I’ve tried dozens!)
I ordered my new Jewel Picker from Marvy Uchida and got it in excellant time. I am so happy with this tool, that I wish I had known about it years ago. It is fanstic!!! I would recommend
I love them I live in Ireland and they can’t be got over here so I bought them had them shipped to my brother who lives in the USA and he forwarded them to me I received them this morning and I love them.I had some with 1 tip but I really love these with 2 tips
I wouldn’t begin to know if the quality is good or bad, it’s not my area of expertise, my wife otherwise will be glad to tell you if it is good quality or not…
I thought this was supposed to replace tweezers, but the only way I can get the jewel off the backing paper is with tweezers, the jewel picker won't pick it up. This is is trying it out with a brand new picker and it's sticky, so nthat isn't the issue. I think it's a waste of money, I have to use tweezers.