Clay So Cute! 21 Polymer Clay Projects for Cool Charms, Itty-bitty Animals, and Tiny Treasures by Sherri Haab
  

Clay So Cute! 21 Polymer Clay Projects for Cool Charms, Itty-bitty Animals, and Tiny Treasures

Written by Sherri Haab
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Synopsis

Clay So Cute! 21 Polymer Clay Projects for Cool Charms, Itty-bitty Animals, and Tiny Treasures by Sherri Haab

Specifically designed with the tween (8-12-year-old) girl in mind, 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 jewellery and accessories. This will be an instant success with girls (and their mothers and grandmothers) looking for projects that are more sophisticated than 'kid stuff', but trendier and more age-appropriate than the pieces in adult clay books. Using only simple, step-by-step illustrated techniques, few tools and updated colours readers can make tween-friendly projects. These include like mini-cupcake charms, polka-dot ponytail holders, Japanese-style animals and a wide assortment of necklaces, bracelets and earrings.

About the Author

Sherri Haab is an award-winning author, illustrator and product designer of how-to books and magazine articles for kids and adults. Her bestselling adult books include The Art of Metal Clay 9780823003679, Designer Style Jewelry 9780823026012 and The Art of Resin 9780823003440. Her books have won awards from Parents Choice, the American Library Association and more.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
112 pages

Author

Sherri Haab
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Publisher

Watson-Guptill Publications Inc.,U.S. an imprint of Watson-Guptill Publications

Publication date

21st July 2009

ISBN

9780823098996


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