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"A brilliant book. What makes it work so well are the incredibly clear and simple photos. I highly recommend this for anyone who fancies a fun craft they can do with children or just for themselves!" A House of Books "I would definitely recommend this book for anyone wanting to get started working with clay. The instructions are clear and there are great pictures for every item." DaVinci Homeschool Group Transform simple balls and coils of polymer clay into fabulous wearable art! Just follow these full-color, step-by-step photos and clear directions to create more than 40 whimsical jewelry projects plus 10 types of beads.Playful possibilities includetempting foodcharms (cupcake, burger, and other favorite snacks); cute critter earrings and pendants (butterfly, dog, frog, penguin, and more); plus other fashionabletiny treasures. Projects are graded according to level of difficulty, and each comes with a list of materials consisting of colored clay and common household products. Instructions feature numbers that correspond to color photos of easy-to-follow examples. Crafters of all ages will love these fun-filled projects and their charming results, which make great keepsakes and unique gifts. "It's just an excellent book and so colorfully illustrated book with wonderful jewelry projects to craft up in clay. I would recommend this book for clay and jewelry lovers, it's perfect for everyone and so simple to create!" Test Try Results

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