Tales of Adornment

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North Light Books, Jul 19, 2011 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
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Tales of Adornment guides you through 18 stepped-out projects for creating jewelry that incorporates resin into its construction, providing a wide range of options and applications from floating words, to encapsulating objects and from casting new elements to replicating sea glass. In addition to many techniques unique to resin, you'll also learn numerous jewelry-making techniques that can be used in projects beyond those in the book. Projects are arranged by chapter, according to the type of surface on which the resin is used. This includes pre-made bezels, handmade bezels, existing found objects and the use of molds. All projects are done in a feminine, vintage style that you're sure to love.
 

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Contents

Introduction
7
Techniques
8
Using and Making Bezels
27
Using and Making Molds
71
Being Creative With Resin and Resin Clay
105
Tools and Materials
122
Resources
126
Index
127
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Kristen Robinson is a nationally-known artist and author whose work can be seen on an array of magazine covers and within the pages of numerous books and magazines. Her art has been used in rubber stamps, jewelry, clothing lines and more. As a Director's Circle Artist for Somerset Studio Magazine, Bonne Vivante for Somerset Life Magazine and a Designer for ICE Resin® she is in demand for not only workshops but demonstrations, educational events and art shows. To learn more about Kristen visit www.kristenrobinson.net.

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