Item Number: H20-F1518CL
Inspired by a stash of old jewelry pieces, Amy Hanna Cleverly combines both new and old materials to create one-of-a-kind earrings, necklaces and bracelets. Each chapter features dozens of projects you can easily recreate with your own beads, baubles, charms and found objects. You don't have to be a master jeweler to dream up spectacular designs--just a little imagination and a few helpful hints from Hanna will get you started.
• A primer on basic jewelry-making techniques
• More than 35 projects with fully illustrated steps
• Tips and ideals for variations and substitute materials
Softcover, full color, 128 pages
Book size: 10x8-1/2 inches
Level: Beginning to intermediate
Books are shrink-wrapped and are returnable if unopened.
About the author: Amy Hanna was raised in a small town in Michigan as an only child surrounded by lots of cousins and a very close-knit family. Her mother instilled in her a love of family and a fondness for objects with a storied past. Amy attended college then pursued a career as a flight attendant, which fulfilled her desire to travel and explore. After living in various places across the country, Amy relocated to Southern California with her husband, Todd. Her most cherished accomplishments is being a mother to her son, Bailey, and twin daughters Isabella and Sophia. Amy has appeared on television craft shows and is highly sought-after as a teacher at industry shows. Her work has been featured in a variety of magazines and can be found in private collections around the globe.