Kristal Wick along with other fellow artist share the most delicious 44 projects to give your imagination a boost. Here are projects to make rings, earrings, brooches, necklaces, and other items. Add some crystals, beads, or anything hanging around your studio and watch this unique product change how you want to make jewelry. Some of the projects introduce you into using resin with epoxy clay to add to your jewelry making joy.
|On page 26, Kristal shares a project to add more bling to purchased rings using epoxy clay, crystals, and beads. Each of these are tiny works of art.|
|I just love this Dragonfly brooch by Christina Orlikowski ( page 69) using chatons, crystal cup chain, and metal stampings.|
|Andrew Thornton's Crystal Cage ring (page 83) looks so organic that it is hard to believe that the ring is sculpted instead of chiseled out of stone.|
|And then Debbi Simon's Madonna necklace which was the first project that caught my attention uses epoxy clay and a unique way to do photo transfers onto an elegant pendent.|
Plus there is even more from Lark Craft. They have even more sneak peaks of Kristal Wick's Foxy Epoxy. I think this a marvelous book for those looking to conquer other new products out that to create and inspire jewelry making to another level.
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