Crafting With Copper: 27 Creative Projects for Home & Garden

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Creative Publishing international, Apr 17, 2007 - Crafts & Hobbies - 144 pages
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Artistic Metal Work Made Simple

Fabulous works of metal art don't require expensive materials, dangerous tools, or special safety gear. Ordinary copper tubing and rolls of sheet copper are available at any hardware store or home center, and can be used for an infinite number of clever and creative craft items. Crafting with Copper gives readers complete plans and directions for 27 easy-to-build projects they'll be proud to display in home and garden, or give away as gifts.

Working with copper is a remarkably easy craft-one that will introduce readers to the wonderful world of creative metal work and build confidence in their skills. Soft and bendable yet rigid enough to hold its shape, copper pieces can be fashioned with simple cuttings tools and cheap propane torches, or put together with screws or glue.

 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
4
PROJECTS
16
WATER AND EARTH
58
ODDS AND ENDS
100
INDEX
143
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Jana Freiband is an award-winning artist who has studied and taught photography and design at several prominent institutions in the U.S. and abroad. She has published numerous articles on fine art and travel. Jana lives in Minneapolis, MN

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