The Art of Resin Jewelry: Layering, Casting, and Mixed Media Techniques for Creating Vintage to Contemporary Designs [With DVD] (Paperback)

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A top-selling favorite returns--now with a DVD featuring Sherri Haab


- "The Art of Resin Jewelry" has sold 14,000 copies

- Value-added DVD includes three all-new projects plus a special bonus gallery of jewelry

- How-tos for combining resin with polymer clay for mixed media and moldmaking

- Original edition still available ISBN: 978-0-8230-0344-0


The best-selling book on resin jewelry returns--now with an exciting bonus DVD featuring author Sherri Haab The Art of Resin Jewelry still features the same great step-by-step directions for creating beautiful necklaces, pins, bangles, bracelets, earrings, and rings with affordable, approachable resin. Instructions show how to add colorants and other materials, how to cast three-dimensional forms, and how to combine resin with polymer clay for entirely new effects. And now this classic title comes packaged with an exclusive DVD, ready to light up screens across the country with three all-new projects plus a special gallery of inspiring jewelry designs. Now it's even easier for crafters at every level to create stunning resin jewelry--by watching an expert demonstrate her own signature techniques.

About the Author


Sherri Haab is a bestselling and award-winning author of crafts books for both adults and kids, with more than 30 titles published. She also has a reputation as an innovative product developer, with an image transfer medium, an electroforming device, and an environmentally safe line of etching products to her credit. As the author of several jewelry technique books for adults, she has led jewelry making workshops all over the country. Sherri's work has been widely published in several jewelry making and kids' magazines, and she's appeared on many crafts TV shows, including JewelryTV (JTV), Jewelry Making with Jackie Guerra (DIY), and Beads, Baubles & Jewels (PBS).
Product Details
ISBN: 9780823015023
ISBN-10: 0823015025
Publisher: Watson-Guptill Publications
Publication Date: July 22nd, 2008
Pages: 128
Language: English