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Polymer Clay Creative Traditions: Techniques and Projects Inspired by the…

by Judy Belcher

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Very good book for clayers that like to do jewelry. Many creative ideas and plenty of original ideas. ( )
  theporro | Sep 28, 2007 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0823040658, Paperback)

Thousands of crafters have discovered that polymer clay is versatile, easy to use, ad just plain fun. Now they can use this exciting medium to create remarkable new work inspired by the decorative arts of the past. Polymer Clay Creative Traditions lets both beginners and experienced artisans draw inspiration from painting and drawing, ethnic carving, quilting, ceramics, sculpture, glass, metalwork, and more. Through 300 stunning photographs and fascinating text, author Judy Belcher reveals how these influences can be expressed in polymer clay. An introduction on the history and handling, plus tips and techniques throughout the book, make Polymer Clay Creative Traditions an invaluable guide to creating works of art that blend a great material of today with the greatest design ideas of yesterday.

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The past and present meet in a sourcebook of ideas, inspiration, and instruction that seeks to help crafters who have discovered that polymer clay is versatile and easy to use.

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