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Junk-Box Jewelry: 25 DIY Low Cost (or No Cost) Jewelry Projects (edition 2012)

by Sarah Drew

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Title:Junk-Box Jewelry: 25 DIY Low Cost (or No Cost) Jewelry Projects
Authors:Sarah Drew
Info:Zest Books (2012), Paperback, 112 pages
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Tags:2012, kindle, netgalley

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Junk-Box Jewelry: 25 DIY Low Cost (or No Cost) Jewelry Projects by Sarah Drew

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I like how this book truly encourages you to use things you may have around your home to make the jewelry. You can learn the basics and apply it to almost anything you have laying around. ( )
  TeamDewey | Mar 29, 2013 |
A great little book for those who want some inspiring and achievable projects to start them off into the wonderful world of jewellery making. Another review has mentioned that these are only possible if you already make jewellery, but I find that charity shops and car boots etc are very useful places for buying bits and pieces that you can then use in a variety of projects. The projects in this book are simple enough if you've never tackled jewellery making before. I read this book on Kindle and the illustrations came through clearly and easy to follow. Recommended for inspiration and those starting out. ( )
  bibliobeck | Dec 29, 2012 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0982732260, Paperback)

This beautifully illustrated guide shows teens how to create eye-catching jewelry out of found or recycled objects—at very little cost. Some fun projects include making pendants out of pebbles; sewing a stylish cuff using scraps of fabric; and fashioning a funky charm bracelet out of extra screws, washers, and other toolbox trinkets. The easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions are suitable for both beginner- and intermediate-level crafsters. This book also provides bonus tips on the tools you need to get started, where to find materials, and how to make money from your jewelry.

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 13:55:26 -0400)

This beautifully illustrated guide shows teens how to create eye-catching jewelry out of found or recycled objects--at very little cost. Some fun projects include making pendants out of pebbles; sewing a stylish cuff using scraps of fabric; and fashioning a funky charm bracelet out of extra screws, washers, and other toolbox trinkets. The easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions are suitable for both beginner- and intermediate-level crafters. This book also provides bonus tips on the tools you need to get started, where to find materials, and how to make money from your jewelry.… (more)

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