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Clay So Cute

21 Polymer Clay Projects for Cool Charms, Itty-Bitty Animals, and Tiny Treasures

by Sherri Haab

eBook

Clay So Cute! shows how one of the easiest mediums--polymer clay, which need only be baked in the oven--can be sculpted into quick, simple, totally fun jewelry and accessories for tween girls--including bangles, pocket mirrors, earrings, chunky bead necklaces, and cute charms.

Clay So Cute! teaches simple, step-by-step illustrated techniques to make 21 tween- and teen-friendly projects that are more sophisticated than "kid stuff," but trendier than the pieces found in adult clay books--from robot key chains to polka-dot ponytail holders. Using only a few simple tools and updated colors, Sherri Haab has created a collection of eye-catching jewelry and accessories that crafty girls will love. Whether making them yourself or with mom or a friend, there's a project in here that you won't be able to resist--and that all the girls in your class will want, too!

Among the projects are:
Cupcake Charms
Japanese Fun Foods
Bottle Cap Necklace
Wishing Stone Jewelry


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Publisher: Potter/TenSpeed/Harmony

Kindle Book

  • Release date: May 29, 2013

OverDrive Read

  • ISBN: 9780307965639
  • Release date: May 29, 2013

EPUB eBook

  • ISBN: 9780307965639
  • File size: 22467 KB
  • Release date: May 29, 2013

Formats

Kindle Book
OverDrive Read
EPUB eBook

Languages

English

Clay So Cute! shows how one of the easiest mediums--polymer clay, which need only be baked in the oven--can be sculpted into quick, simple, totally fun jewelry and accessories for tween girls--including bangles, pocket mirrors, earrings, chunky bead necklaces, and cute charms.

Clay So Cute! teaches simple, step-by-step illustrated techniques to make 21 tween- and teen-friendly projects that are more sophisticated than "kid stuff," but trendier than the pieces found in adult clay books--from robot key chains to polka-dot ponytail holders. Using only a few simple tools and updated colors, Sherri Haab has created a collection of eye-catching jewelry and accessories that crafty girls will love. Whether making them yourself or with mom or a friend, there's a project in here that you won't be able to resist--and that all the girls in your class will want, too!

Among the projects are:
Cupcake Charms
Japanese Fun Foods
Bottle Cap Necklace
Wishing Stone Jewelry


Expand title description text