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Book, "Learn to Make Amazing Resin & Epoxy Clay Jewelry: Basic Step-by-Step Projects for Beginners" by Gay Isber. Sold individually.
Item Number: H20-3845BK
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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 and tints, make a mold, embed objects in clay and much more. With thorough introductory info about both resins and clays and 26 DIY jewelry projects – from necklaces and bracelets to earrings and more – this fun, hands-on guide is perfect to start a new and exciting hobby in the colorful world of jewelry making!
Softcover, full color, 144 pages
Book Size: 10x8 inches
Books are shrink-wrapped and are returnable if unopened.
Gay Isber (aka "Sugar") is the creative force behind Gay Isber Designs, a jewelry and product design company based in Austin, Texas. Her pieces have been featured in national and international media and have been worn by some of the world's top celebrities. Gay also teaches jewelry making for Austin Community College. She has owned three stores that sold her designs.
Gay has created more than 100,000 pieces of jewelry over the last 20 years, working with companies including Tiffany & Co., Proctor & Gamble, Harley Davidson, Martha Stewart, Pottery Barn, ET2C, Ivana Trump, Diane Gilman, Samaco Trading, Shop LC, Alexander Calder, and JM Jewels. Sugar is a Platinum Plus Partner with Fire Mountain Gems and a vetted partner with Swarovski. She also won Designer of the Year at both Houston and Dallas Fashion Weeks.