Introducing the March Random Review Winner!

Written by Diane Rein

Congratulations to Linda Chavez, the winner of the Cool Tools Random Review Contest.  Linda has won a $100 gift certificate for reviewing the Cool Tools Cool Slip she purchased. Linda gave our Cool Slip a great review and said ” I used this product recently while creating an Art Copper Clay pendant using a texture plate. The clay comes right off the texture plate without leaving any copper residue behind. Great product.”.

Linda was excited and told us a little about herself:

“VERY exciting!  First of all…..thank you so much!

I started beading about 8 years ago and found myself loving the craft.  From simple stringing to beading with needle and thread, I was obsessed. Then I found metal!  Metal wire, sheet metal, brass and my all time favorite….copper.  Before trying PMC I was obsessed with torch fire enamel thanks to Barbara Lewis’ Painting with Fire workshop and book. There’s something about playing with the torch that makes you feel empowered. I’d always been afraid to even be near one!

About three months ago I became interested in Precious Metal Clay and while at the Tucson Bead Show in February, my wish list included tools and items used with this medium.  I took an on-line class through Craftsy on Torch Fired Precious Metal Clay by Jenny Vestal.  There were many tools I didn’t even think about that the class brought to my attention.  Not having purchased all the appropriate tools for this medium, I went to Cool Tools and was amazed at how many items you have for PMC!  I haven’ stopped buying yet! lol

One of those items was Cool Slip and when I did the review, I never really thought I would win.  I wanted to let the people at Cool Tools know how much I appreciated the offering that is available through them.  Cool Slip is awesome and I don’t think there is any product out there that can beat it.

Winning has been exciting for me and I hope that everyone continues to write the reviews of the products they purchase at Cool Tools because reading what another artist thinks of the product really helps in deciding whether to purchase the product or not.

Thank you, Cool Tools!”

After every purchase, you have the opportunity to review your products. Your reviews help fellow jewelry artists better understand the products we offer. You can review any product by simply going to the product page and clicking “write a review”. Each review gives you an entry into our review contest.  Help us congratulate Linda!

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April 16, 2013

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