Do you like doing your own arts and crafts, we do or at least trying too. We have come in contact with this most amazing book,Paper Jewelry: 55 Projects for Reusing Paper. When we saw this book I thought this shouldnt be that hard, all of the pages are fully illustrated so we can follow along. Colorful and graphic designs range from necklaces, brooches, earrings, and bracelets to hair accessories. Learn how to find inspiration in a wide variety of recycled papers. Projects re-use maps, stationery, comic books, cardboard, magazines, and even candy wrappers.
No more are we going to be wasting paper, now we can make some beautiful pieces of jewlery, and have fun doing this. he various projects appeal to a wide variety of aesthetics, from the more traditional and refined to the more contemporary and flamboyant. There are also projects for a wide range of skill levels, making this an inspiring and practical book for everyone from beginners to established jewelry artists.
The back includes tools and supplies you might use as well as a glossary of paper techniques. The book is fully illustrated with photographs and step by step instructions. There are different methods to manipulating the paper and a number of tools which are important to complete the projects in the book. We have made things in the past and these are even easy enough that my son can do them too.
. f you like making jewelry and looking for a good tutorial book on working with paper this will surely give you lots of directions and ideas for your designs. If you are a paper crafter or mixed-media artist looking to get into jewelry making this would make a great guide.There are some astounding new concepts and ideas in this book like using cigarette filters as beads, making then yours will be the most fun you had.
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Would you make paper jewlery?