I Can't Believe I'm Creating Millefiore

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Leisure Arts, 2008 - Crafts & Hobbies - 72 pages
Amaze your friends with your creativity while you fall in love with a fantastic art form that's super-easy to learn! Anne Igou shares her polymer clay techniques for millefiore, which means "a thousand flowers." Imitating the look of intricate Italian glass art, it's a fun way to fashion unique gifts and jewelry.


18 projects featuring 12 polymer clay cane and sheet patterns: Tropical Flower Barrette; Flower Slide Tin; Bound by Love Earrings; Stained Glass Votive; Picture Frame; Brave New Bookmark; Puff Heart Pin; Striped, Swirled & Rolled Necklace; Envious Heart Tin; Cabinet Knobs; Mod Earrings; Copper Chain Necklace; Amethyst Earrings; Letter Opener; Circle Swirl Bracelet; Crafty Knife; Stormy Box; and Bubble Bracelet.
 

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