Jewellery Fantasy: A Guide for Creative Girls by Marcelina Grabowska-Piatek, Arthur Friday
  

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Jewellery Fantasy: A Guide for Creative Girls by Marcelina Grabowska-Piatek, Arthur Friday

Jewellery creation is an activity enjoyed by many girls. This beautiful book full of original ideas will enchant young artists with many easy-to-make necklaces, bracelets, earrings, rings, hair clips and various accessories. Specially designed to introduce young people to various creative techniques, this book provides step-by-step instructions for creating beautiful jewellery using different materials such as metal, glue, string, thread, cork, plastic, modelling clay or felt. The time required to complete each project is indicated as well as its level of difficulty: - easy - moderate - difficult. Each of the 50 creative projects is presented on a couple of pages, and each stage of creation is clearly described and photographed. Drawings appear, when necessary, to improve the clarity of the presentation. A final, beautiful picture displays the end product. Thanks to this book, adults and children can create not only many beautiful pieces of jewellery, but also develop dexterity and imagination.

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Format

Paperback
116 pages

Author

Marcelina Grabowska-Piatek, Arthur Friday
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Publisher

Nanook Books Ltd
nanookbooks.com

Publication date

26th February 2015

ISBN

9781910538050


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