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Junk to Jewelry by Brenda Schweder

Junk to Jewelry by Brenda Schweder
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Price $19.95 
Model BKJtoJBS
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What do a dresser pull, a bike chain, and a cloth measuring tape have in common? Don’t be silly. They all can be used to make wonderful, wearable jewelry. Junk to Jewelry presents 31 fabulous projects that use items from the hardware store, Granny’s treasure box, the sewing basket, the junk drawer, and the tackle box to create amazing jewelry. A basics section features a tools and materials glossary, and step-by-step photos of jewelry-making techniques. Then it’s time for the charming, unusual projects, all shown in full color with step-by-step instructions. A stunning gallery section provides extra inspiration, and a detailed resource list helps readers find materials they don’t have lying around the house. Be a modern-day alchemist: turn junk into jewelry!

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