Polymer Clay Cookbook, The Paperback – 7 Dec 2009
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About the Author
Jessica and Susan Partain are sisters and are both crafters. In spring 2006 they founded Inedible Jewelry, which they sell at local markets and craft shows and in a variety of boutiques across the US, Canada and the UK.
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Top Customer Reviews
True, most of the pieces aren't entirely realistic looking, but that's the whole point; this isn't a book on how to make mini food for dolls houses, it's for making charms, earrings, rings etc for the kooky and cool alike. They may not look sophisticated, but these aren't the things you'd be wearing to the opera anyway!
There is a good introduction at the beginning all about polymer clay; the different brands, how to condition it, colours to use. There is also a good section on basic jewellery making, such as headpins, making wrapped loops, what tools and clasps to use etc.
The addition of recipes for REAL food is a bonus. There are only 7 recipes for real food (compared to the 20 polymer clay food projects), so the real food doesn't take over (and they're only a page long and easily identified in the contents page).
Overall this is a fun read and a great starting point to get your imagination running for more foody themed jewellery items.
Their `food' projects are easy and pieces, obviously, are not realistic at all. This book is suitable for children more actually than for adult jewelry makers. Not worth the attention of serious "clayers".
The book is a handy size with full colour instructions and a step by step written guide. It also tells you what is needed in the way of tools to start you off.
Several items of jewellery have since been made from beefburgers to ice cream cones. The results have been orders from friends. All in all this is a good little book for someone who wants to have a go with polymer clay.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Really a lovely book easy to follow, I would have like more foods to make, but a great staring point.Published 15 months ago by Aly
Great book lots of porjects lots of photos, so much so my kitchen table is now covered in small fimo charms which I shall make into bracelets and sell at a craft market.Published on 3 Nov. 2013 by revisionstation.co.uk
Not sure what to write about this book, it doesn't really help me much, as I am building my Husbands Greengrocers. If you wanted to make jewelry then I think it would help more.Published on 26 Oct. 2013 by Jean B
this is a great book bought lots of polymer clay for my daughter at xmas and this went down well , shows in detail how to make somw cute charmsPublished on 26 Jan. 2013 by Amazon Customer
This was bought for a gift I looked through the book with the recipient and we both agreed there was some excellent projects to make and bakePublished on 15 Jan. 2013 by M. Downs