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Earrings REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS

Product Costing (per piece) 1. Business Name Certification


Department of Trade & Industry (DTI) within NCR
Validity: 5 years
Direct Cost P 33.50
a. Area 1 Office (Manila, Pasay, Makati)
Indirect Cost Mezzanine Floor, Roxas Strip Bldg., Roxas Blvd., corner Arnaiz
Avenue, Pasay City
Particulars Cost Tel. No.: (632) 659.4203 / Fax No.: (632) 804.0307
Labor Cost (1 worker - P426/day min. wage x 1) Email: emma_asusano@hotmail.com
35.00
Transportation Cost (P100) 12.50 b. Area 2 Office (Las Pias, Paraaque, Pasig, Muntinlupa)
Water and Electricity (P40) 4.17 2/F Atrium of Makati Bldg., Makati Ave., corner
Contingency Cost (10% of direct cost) 2.35 Paseo de Roxas St., Makati City
Total Indirect Cost P 55.02 Tel. No.: (632) 864.0847 / Fax No.: (632) 864.0829
Email: dtincr2@gmail.com

Production Cost c. Area 3 Office (Mandaluyong, Quezon City, Marikina, San Juan)
G/F Highway 54 Plaza, EDSA Mandaluyong City
Telefax. Nos.: (632) 706.1767 / 706.1703
Particulars Cost Email: dtincr3@info.com.ph
Total Direct Cost 33.50
d. Area 4 Office (Caloocan, Malabon, Navotas, Valenzuela)
Add: Total Indirect Cost 55.02 5/F Araneta Square Mall, Bonifacio Monumento
Total Product Cost P 88.52 Circle, Rizal Avenue, Ext. Cor. Samson Rd., Caloocan City
Tel. No.: (632) 332.0829 / Fax No.: (632) 322.0854
Email: emd@dtincr.ph / dtincr4@info.com.ph
Estimated Product Pricing
For businesses located outside Metro Manila, you can register your
Particulars Cost business at the DTI Provincial Office where the business is located
or log on to www.bnrs.dti.gov.ph for online registration
Production Cost/Piece P 88.52
Add: 20% Mark-up 17.70 2. Mayors Permit/ Residence Certificate & Sanitary Permit
(Mark up cost is 10%-40%) From the local municipality where the business is located
Estimated Selling Price per piece Validity: 1 year
P 106.22
3. Tax Identification Number (TIN)
Market Price/piece P 130.00 P 160.00 Bureau of Internal Revenue National
Office, Agham Road, Diliman, Quezon City
Based on 12 pieces average daily produce Trunkline Nos.: (632) 981.70000 / 981.8888
Email: contact_us@cctr.bir.gov.ph
www.bir.gov.ph

TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE

1. DTI-Cottage Industry Technology Center (CITC)


20 Russet St., SSS Village, Marikina City
Tel. Nos.: (632) 942.0880 / 942.3974
Email: citc_dti@yahoo.com

BUREAU OF MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM


ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT (BMSMED)

Printed July 2012


5/F, Trade and Industry Building
361 Sen. Gil J. Puyat Ave. Makati City
Tel. Nos.: (02) 897.1693 / 897.7596 / 890.4968
Fax No.: (02) 896.7916 Email: bmsmed@dti.gov.ph
www.dti.gov.ph
Starting a Business

Beadwork is the art or craft of attaching beads to one another or to cloth 2. Earrings B. SPECIFIC PROCEDURE
using a needle and thread. Most beadwork takes the form of jewelry or
other personal adornment, but beads are also used in wall hangings and Cost of Materials and Tools 1. Chunky Necklace with Wrapped Beads
sculpture. Materials Cost y Select the beads that you would like to wrap.
y Prepare the wire coil.
Ball beads P15.00
y Place the bead at the center of the coil. Bend the coiled wire
Most cultures have employed beads for personal adornment. Head pin 3.00 until it covers the bead.
Archaeological records show that people made and used beads as long Metal cap 3.00 y For the other beads, insert the head pin on the hole of chain.
as 5,000 years ago. Beads have also been used for religious purposes, Ear stud 3.00 Start from the middle.
as good luck talismans and as curative agents. Metallic beads 4.00 y Open a jump ring and insert the toggle clasp then attach to the
Ear nut 2.00 chain. Do the same to the other end.
y Wire comes in range of diameters, or gauges the smaller the French hook 3.50
Subtotal P 33.50 2. Pearl Earrings
diameter, the smaller the gauge. 16-gauge wire is heavier than 24-
y Get the head pin. Place the metal cap in convex position then
gauge wire. In this flyer, we will use craft wire, which is readily Indirect Materials
the ball bead followed by the metallic bead.
available in craft stores. Fabric to prevent rolling of beads 45.00 y Make an eye loop.
y Craft wire is easy to use, inexpensive, and produces attractive
y Insert the French hook on the loop. Close the loop using the
results. Once you master the techniques, you may want to try the
needle nose pliers.
designs using sterling silver or gold-filled wire. Tools Cost
y Wire has natural curve. Work with the curve for best results. If you Needle nose/Long nose pliers P 55.00 ESTIMATED COSTING AND PRICING
bend the wire back and forth against the curve too many times, it Round nose pliers 55.00
will break. You will also get smoother spirals and loops by working
Wire cutters 55.00 1. Necklace
with the curve.
y Cut wire has sharp ends. Take time to smooth these ends with an Tape measure 40.00
Scissors 30.00 a. Product Costing (per piece)
emery board or cloth to prevent them from poking you or snagging
clothing. Subtotal P 235.00
y Beads are sized in millimeters be sure the beads you choose have Total P 315.50 Direct Cost P 32.50
holes large enough for the wires gauge you are using. Indirect Cost
Based on February 2012 prices
ESTIMATED INVESTMENT COSTS Particulars Cost
PROCEDURE
Labor Cost ( 1 worker - P426/day min. wage x 1) P 35.00
1. Necklace Transportation Cost (P100)
A. GENERAL PROCEDURE 12.50
Water and Electricity (P40) 4.17
Cost of Materials and Tools
A.1 Plain Loop/Simple Eye Loop Contingency Cost (10% of direct cost) 3.25
Direct Materials Cost y Measure about of the wire from the last bead. With the long Total Indirect Cost P 54.92
Assorted beads P10.00 nose pliers, bend the wire at right angle.
Chain 8.00 y With round nose pliers, grasp the very end of the wire. Where
you place the wire in the jaws will determine the loop size. Use Production Cost
Head pin 3.00
Jump ring the tip for tiny loop and the widest part of the jaw for a large loop. Particulars Cost
4.00
y Use needle nose pliers to flatten and straighten the loop. It Total Direct Cost 32.50
8-12 in (20-30 cm) 22 24 gauge half hard wire 3.50 should sit at the center of the wire end. Leave the loop open. Add: Total Indirect Cost
Hook and eye clasp 5.00 54.92
Subtotal P 32.50 Total Product Cost P 87.42
A.2 Wrapped Loop
y Measure about 1 of the wire. With the long nose pliers, bend
Indirect Materials the wire at right angle. b. Estimated Product Pricing
Fabric to prevent rolling of beads P 45.00 y Using a round nose pliers, position the jaws vertically in the bend.
Particulars Cost
y Bring the wire over the top jaw of the pliers.
y Keep the jaws vertical and reposition the pliers lower jaw snugly Production Cost/Piece P 87.42
Tools Cost
in the loop. Wrap the wire down and around the bottom of the Add: 20% Mark-up 17.48
Needle nose/Long nose pliers P 55.00
pliers. This is the first half of a wrapped loop. (Mark up cost is 10%-40%)
Round nose pliers 55.00
y Position the chain nose pliers jaws across the loop. Estimated Selling Price per piece
Wire cutters 55.00 y Wrap the wire tail around the wire stem, covering the stem P 104.90
Tape measure 40.00 between the loop and the top bead. Trim the excess wrapping Market Price P 180.00-200.00
Scissors 30.00 wire and press the end close to the wraps with chain nose or
Subtotal P 235.00 crimping fliers.

Estimated Total Investment Costs P312.50 A.3 Flat Spiral


y Place the round nose pliers at the wire end and turn to make a
loop.
y Grasp the loop firmly with the needle nose pliers. Gently turn the
pliers clockwise, holding the wire flat with your fingers and
feeding it into tight spirals.
y Continue until it reaches the diameter of your bead.

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