The Complete Book of Polymer Clay

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Taunton Press, 2010 - Crafts & Hobbies - 221 pages
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If crafts are big, then clay is colossal. From pins and pendants to bracelets, buttons, and embellishments, crafters of all ages are embracing the creativity that polymer clay inspires. The Complete Book of Polymer Clay is an encyclopedic book by renowned expert Lisa Pavelka includes the latest techniques, handy tips, and trade secrets. Pavelka presents a sweeping overview of materials, how-to fundamentals, and construction techniques. She also introduces six original projects with complete instructions showing readers how to make pendants, curio boxes, a necklace, and a bracelet. Clear, concise, and comprehensive, this is an essential addition to any crafter's library, no matter his or her skill level. For even more inspiration, this indispensable reference features a gallery of 50 original projects by Pavelka and other talented polymer clay designers.

 

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Polymer Clay has taken the artist world by storm! This overnight sensation has transformed the way artists are carving out their own unique style in the world of artistic radiance. Whether you are a ... Read full review

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The Complete Book of Polymer Clay by Lisa Pavelka is a book of polymer clay techniques, projects and possibilities. There are 400 color photographs printed on high quality paper. Layering and blending ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

An award-winning artist, Lisa Pavelka is recognized internationally as an authority on polymer clay. She has written three other books on the topic and regularly contributes columns and articles to "Family Circle, Belle Armoire, "and "Polymer Cafe." She has appeared on "The Carol Duvall Show, DIY's Jewelry Making," and "Beads, Baubles and Jewels" on PBS. She teaches workshops, leads crafting cruises, conducts trade-show demonstrations, and holds seminars on crafting with polymer clay. She lives in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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