Tales of Adornment

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F+W Media, Inc., Jul 19, 2011 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
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Tales of Adornment will guide you through incorporating resin into your jewelry designs with stunning results. Kristen Robinson shows you, step-by-step, how to use resin in jewelry construction, providing a wide range of options and applications: from floating words to encapsulating objects, and from casting new elements to replicating sea glass. Projects are arranged in chapters that focus on using resin with pre-made bezels, handmade bezels, found objects and molds. Each piece offers vintage style and a charming story that will speak to your romantic side.

Combines resin with mixed-media materials to create jewelry with depth and a look of soft sophisticationIncludes 18 step-by-step jewelry projects — each using resin in its construction, providing a wide range of applicationsFeatures more than 50 jewelry-making techniques

Let Tales of Adornment help you add resin to your repertoire and create your own jewelry-making story.

 

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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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