The Polymer Clay Cookbook

The Polymer Clay Cookbook

The Polymer Clay CookbookThe Polymer Clay Cookbook
Provided by Watson-Guptill Publications
Reviewed by Maggie Flynn

The Polymer Clay Cookbook makes jewelry-making an utterly delicious experience. Everyone appreciates good food and fine jewelry, and with this craft book it's possible to have both at once. Make up a scrumptious miniature meal with the help of polymer clay and the tutorials presented in this craft book. Even if you've never worked with claybefore, there's no need to worry. With an introductory chapter that details everything from work space requirements to color palette, this book is ideal for newcomers to clay sculpting.

After introducing the reader to the world of sculpting and shaping, The Polymer Clay Cookbook goes into wonderful detail about the basics of jewelry-making. Everything from bead string to wire loops is explained with thorough instructions and detailed photographs. This section is especially helpful for anyone who's just started their jewelry making. It's also helpful for anyone who's worked with clay and wants to learn how to make jewelry with that particular craft.

The two introductory chapters allow the crafter to begin clay sculpture with confidence. The first section of projects is that all-important food staple, fresh fruit. These projects are designed with the beginner in mind. As the book progresses, the techniques in the projects advance with the progress of the reader. More experienced clay sculptors can move on to the more complex foods while those with less know-how don't need to be left out. One of the greatest advantages of The Polymer Clay Cookbook is that it provides rewarding projects for all levels of experience.

With the help of The Polymer Clay Cookbook, clay sculptors everywhere can get a new lease on craft and creativity. Clear instructions and a firm grounding in the basics of sculpting and jewelry-making ensure that there's no limit to the combinations of clay and jewelry.

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