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Creative Beaded Jewelry: 33 Exquisite Designs Inspired by the Arts of China, Japan, India and Tibet

Paperback - 09 April 2013
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Bracelets embellished with Chinese floral and butterfly motifs, a gold-and-pearl lariat inspired by the fridges of a Persian carpet, and the pupular Shamballa bracelet-- these are just a few of the many artful pieces you'll learn to make in this wonderful new DIY jewelry book.

Jewelry techniques include:

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Suitable for novices and experienced jewelry-making experts alike, some of the projects take just a few minutes to complete, and all of them are fun and inexpensive to do. They result in jewelry that looks great and can be worn anywhere Most of the 33 jewelry projects in this jewelry making book use materials you can find in any craft store.

Each chapter in Creative Beaded Jewelry takes you through the basics of a different stringing method and then sets you on an adventure through the many ways you can use it to create your own personalized designs.

Customer Reviews

3 customer reviews Between 2−3 stars rating, 03 February 2021
By: Panca Purnamasari

Nice book. It inspired me to make simple jewelry but looks aesthetic

3 customer reviews Between 3−4 stars rating, 15 October 2019
DIY Jewelry
By: Catherine Frances Corpuz

Sure, the featured pieces require different degrees of dexterity and skill but then let your imagination do the rest. The knotted ones reminded me of those sold in Myanmar. These make use of inexpensive strings and beads, which could be from old jewelry, too. So go ahead and craft your next accessories.

3 customer reviews Between 3−4 stars rating, 03 March 2015
By: rahma

Love it!

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