Junk-Box Jewelry by Sarah Drew
25 DIY Low Cost (or No Cost) Jewelry Projects

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This beautifully illustrated guide shows teens how to create eye-catching jewelry out of found or recycled objects—at very little cost. Some fun projects include making pendants out of pebbles; sewing a stylish cuff using scraps of fabric; and fashioning a funky charm bracelet out of extra screws, washers, and other toolbox trinkets. The easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions are suitable for both beginner- and intermediate-level crafsters. This book also provides bonus tips on the tools you need to get started, where to find materials, and how to make money from your jewelry.


About Sarah Drew

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Sarah Drew teaches at the Mid Cornwall School of Jewelry and at St. Austell College. She specializes in wirework and her recycled jewelry. She sells jewelry through galleries, fashion boutiques, bridal shops, and directly from her website, www.sarahdrew.com . She lives in London.
Published April 28, 2012 by Zest Books. 112 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Children's Books. Non-fiction

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Treasure hunters with an eye for style should glean inspiration from this guide to making jewelry from thrift store finds and everyday objects.

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Junk-Box Jewelry: 25 DIY Low Cost (or No Cost) Jewelry Projects by Sarah Drew will help you turn your around-the-house items into fun wearables.

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