Tim Holtz idea-ology, Antiqued Pewter Plated Word Bands #55-000-29

SKU 55-000-29
Tim Holtz® idea-ology word bands. 12 flat metal band jewelry connectors with inspirational quotes and two loops. Antiqued pewter plating closely matches "white" plate. Great for mixed-metal and altered art jewelry.
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Brand: Tim Holtz
Country of Origin: China
Bin: WH-N-08
Sold by: dozens
20% OFF!
Reg. Price:
1 - 11 $7.20
12+ $5.10
Sale Price(s):
1 – 11$5.76
12 +$4.08
4 Reviews

Estimated Restock Date: 9/26/2022

** Out of Stock **

Sold by: dozen

More Details

Quotes on these bands include:

  • know in your heart you are loved
  • the journey awakens the soul
  • encourage your hopes, not your fears
  • life is about creating yourself
  • reality has limits, imagination is boundless
  • dream as if you'll live forever
  • embrace imperfection
  • enjoy the journey
  • possibility begins with imagination
  • live in the moment
  • live the life you've imagined
  • capture life's moments

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Additional Specs

12 per pack


Antiqued Pewter Plated

Ratings & Reviews

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word bands

by P Miller| 10/16/2013 0:00:00

Your photos do not show what the words are on the bands. I need to know that before considering ordering. I am interested, but need your reply.

word bands

by Judi| 10/18/2013 0:00:00

Just click on the larger image...you can read them sideways : )

Added the quotes

by Polly| 4/4/2016 0:00:00

Hi P. Miller, We've now added the quotes to the "Learn More" tab so you don't have to turn your head sideways any more to read them. We also added a few examples from our blog tutorials, on what our designer Mollie made with them. Thank you for your input!

Like these a lot

by Tina| 6/24/2019 0:00:00

Really like these word bands, but would prefer to buy per statement, not a mix of statements. Would this be possible? -- [ R & T reply: Hi Tina, sorry, we've tried and they just don't offer them that way. ]