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Polymer Clay Jewellery Projects: Step-by-Step Instructions to Create a Collection of Beautiful Wearable Polymer Clay Jewellery Pieces Paperback – 1 Aug 2013
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The projects are simple to follow, gives you ideas to then change and create your own pieces.
Wonderful book. Worth every penny... Xxx
I have just received my copy of this beautiful book and I love it,everything about the book is so straightforward,the jewellery is so wearable.Debbies passion comes across on every page,a lovely book,would I recommend this book.... yes is the answer,so if your looking for an easy to follow book on Polymer Clay then look no further...5*
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A bit mean really. Looks wonderful on the picture, but there's not really much else to learn from the book. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Tracy
Its a good book but thought that there would be more in it. It is rather thin for the price i thought and i am a real Debbie Bulford fan. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Louise Ann Parkes
Whilst lovely photos, it is not a useful book. If you were a beginner it would not be ideal. Pity. After the initial read and not used the book as a reference aid since. Read morePublished on 10 Jun. 2014 by carolyne
I love watching Debbie on Jewellery Maker, she's a good teacher and easy to follow. I am new to polymer clay and Debbie makes it look so easy and fun!Published on 13 Feb. 2014 by M. C. FitzGerald
I would recommend this book and its easy to follow.
I love the book and being able to create stunning piece of jewellery.
Debbie Bulford, I love your book. As you say, it goes beyond just the polymer clay work, but still has something to offer people who already do beadwork. Read morePublished on 16 Oct. 2013 by Alex Norman