Artful Polymer Clay: Techniques for Stylish Jewelry and Decor

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Kalmbach Publishing, Co., 2009 - Crafts & Hobbies - 95 pages
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Gail Ritchey is known for her innovative uses of polymer clay in home decor items, jewelry, and miniatures. She brings a wealth of experience to this collection of 23 fun and beautiful projects that require no special skills or classes. Chapters are divided by techniques such as molding, rolling, shaping, marbling, cutting, punching, stamping, chatoyant, extruding, and mokume gane. Beginner and intermediate artisans can quickly start making elegant cameos, vases, frames, containers, and other attractive and useful objects by following Ritchey's simple, step-by-step techniques.
 

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Contents

Section 1
14
Section 2
16
Section 3
18
Section 4
20
Section 5
22
Section 6
24
Section 7
27
Section 8
30
Section 18
52
Section 19
55
Section 20
57
Section 21
59
Section 22
62
Section 23
64
Section 24
66
Section 25
69

Section 9
32
Section 10
34
Section 11
36
Section 12
39
Section 13
42
Section 14
45
Section 15
47
Section 16
49
Section 17
51
Section 26
70
Section 27
74
Section 28
78
Section 29
82
Section 30
84
Section 31
87
Section 32
90
Section 33
93
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Author Gail Ritchey is known for her innovative uses of polymer clay in home décor items, jewelry, miniatures, and more. She teaches her techniques, demonstrates at national trade shows, and tests new polymer clay products for manufacturers. Her first book, Making Miniature Villages in Polymer Clay, was published in 2000, and her designs have appeared in many leading craft magazines. Gail has been featured on The Carol Duvall Show and Hands On Crafts for Kids. She is a member of the International Polymer Clay Association and the Craft & Hobby Association.

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