Making Fantastic Jewelry

Making Fantastic Jewelry

Book - 2001
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“Many of these colorful pieces borrow from Indian, African, and South American traditions and use nature’s beautiful bounty. Fluffy feathers, pendants of rice, and pasta rings on colored cord recall Native American motifs. A mosaic collar on wire shaped like a fish glistens with shiny sea glass. Every unique item will delight the imagination.

Baubles, bangles, and beads: craft pretty “jewels” with un-believably ordinary materials—like painted paper; shiny tin foil “pearls”; polymer clay; and seashells, pinecones, wood, and even foods. Many of these colorful pieces borrow from Indian, African, and South American traditions and use nature’s beautiful bounty. Fluffy feathers, pendants of rice, and pasta rings on colored cord recall Native American motifs. A mosaic collar on wire shaped like a fish glistens with shiny sea glass. Every unique item will delight the imagination.


Publisher: New York : Sterling Pub., 2001
Description: 159 p. : col. ill
ISBN: 9780806979410
0806979410
Branch Call Number: 745.5942 Rom
Additional Contributors: Bertoldi, Alberto

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