Fun and Simple Beads

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2008 - Crafts & Hobbies - 107 pages
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It’s as easy as poking a string through a hole! Beautiful beaded jewelry is all the rage—yet many people who love the style hesitate to try making their own. Surprise! The process is actually incredibly simple and fun. Right from the start, this engaging and colorful collection of projects draws you in, presenting all the necessary tools, materials, and techniques in large, bright photos. A striking “Earth, Wind, and Fire Necklace” features seed, glass, and heart-shaped beads in deep browns, breezy blues, and rich reds. Or be “Tickled Pink” with a bracelet that’s feminine and funky with bold beads and delicate bows. “Golden Goddess Earrings” shimmer with shells and golden rings. All the pieces are playful, imaginative, and a pleasure to create.
 

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Contents

Introduction
2
Tools Materials
8

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About the author (2008)

Tair Parnes is a designer and instructor, and the author of Button Jewelry and Accessories (Quayside 2006) and of Beaded Jewelry Design (Sterling, 2007). Tair combines a cornucopia of materials in her work, integrating everyday materials with beads and buttons, fabric and wool, gold and silver, plastic and natural materials.

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