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Featuring expert tips and tricks to achieving beautiful results every time, see for yourself the limitless possibilities of making one-of-a-kind jewelry! Award-winning jewelry designer and author of Making WOW Jewelry, Gay Isber brings you this comprehensive guide to everything beginning jewelry makers need to know about working with resin and epoxy clay. You'll learn how to colorize resin using micro powders, make a mold, use gold leaf, embed objects in epoxy clay, and much more. With over 10 step-by-step lessons and DIY jewelry projects to teach you how to properly use resin and epoxy clay in order to make jewelry - from necklaces and bracelets to earrings and rings - this fun, hands-on guide is perfect to start a new and exciting hobby in the colorful world of jewelry making!
Felt Friends from Japan is a treasure trove of delightful felt projects--86 in all--including not just adorable soft toys, but also coin purses, bags, cell phone holders, badges, and flowers. Author Naomi Tabatha has gone for a retro feel, capturing the style she remembers from her childhood in Japan during the 1960s and 1970s. Here are Mini-mascot Buddies like Mom and Baby Kitty Cats, Little Elephants, Cheeky Monkey, Croaky Frog, Droopy-eared Dog, and Cuddly Koala; Soft Toys like Brown Bear, Rika the Rabbit, and Little Red Hood; Purrcy Pussycat and Mr. Sausage
For those days when you want to explore your inner pirate, princess, superhero, astronaut, knight or even dinosaur, this book has the answer. Simply grab some readily available craft items and you'll soon be stepping out in dressing-up creations including dinosaur paws, astronaut's helmet, knight's tabard, superhero mask, buccaneer boots and ice princess tutu. These exciting projects will get children cutting, sticking, sewing and painting in no time - and then there's even more fun to be had wearing the projects afterwards. Plus the good news is grown-ups need little or no crafting experience to help!
Test out your threshold for all things horrible with this disgusting book! From cornflour vomit and cat poo truffles to smelly socks and bug soap, the strength of your stomach will be truly tested by this revolting and gruesome collection of projects. Using everyday ingredients and items from around the house, Laura and Tia have once again come up with fun and engaging makes that your little horrors will find hilarious. Grown-ups, get ready to cringe, this could be the most horrible book you have ever seen. More projects include: dirt pies, cut and warts, eyeball cake, guts pizza, severed thumb, snot bites, skull pots and vampire smoothies.