You'll love this if:
- You're on the hut for fashionable jewelry that has a different approach.
- You want to mix up your jewelry designs by adding fun elements.
- You're looking for inspiration for wearable accessories perfect for every skill level.
Rethink your Findings
Give new life to your jewelry stash in new and unexpected ways!
Uncover unexpected and stylish ways to showcase jewelry findings as centerpieces of fashionable accessories with Unexpected Findings: 50+ Clever Jewelry Designs Featuring Everyday Components, a must-have book by Michelle Mach.
Fall in love with this book that takes a completely new approach to working with findings by focusing on nontraditional uses for them: bead frames become connectors; toggle clasps become pendants; filigree can be rolled to create tube beads or bails; and so much more. From clasps and bails to jump rings and other connectors, see fun artistic finding options for every use. Then, start incorporating these findings in stylish jewelry! Explore 50 projects that showcase one or more findings in new or unusual ways for stylish bracelet, necklace, and earring designs.
Order your copy of this ultimate beading technique book today to:
- Uncover new ways to make jewelry with fun finding additions.
- Create inspired jewelry that puts the spotlight on often overlooked elements, including leather, buttons, filigree, eye pins, washers, and other components in exciting, fashionable jewelry designs.
- Be inspired – with step-by-step directions and artist variations, get the look you want without any frustration.
- Get must-have tips for modifying purchased findings by adding patinas, beads, hammering, painting, and other techniques.
- Learn basic jewelry making techniques, such as stringing, simple wirework, and basic metalwork in exciting ways relevant to the beginning jewelry maker and veteran alike.
- Plus so much more!
About the Author:
Michelle Mach loves creating whimsical jewelry with a mix of textures, shapes, and colors. The founding editor of the popular online community Beading Daily, she now works as a freelance editor. More than 100 of her original designs have appeared in numerous magazines. She sells her jewelry online and at selected U.S. galleries and shops and resides in Colorado.