Foxy Epoxy: 44 Great Epoxy Clay Projects with Serious Bling

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What's the hottest new trend among beaders for making fun, fashionable jewelry? Epoxy clay! Foxy Epoxy explores the unlimited potential of this fun material. It's so easy to work with: just mix, model, and embellish. There's no need for baking or firing. Popular author, blogger, and designer Kristal Wick covers all the basics, from the minimal equipment needed to the simple techniques. Forty fabulous projects—20 by Wick and 20 by other leading designers such as Candie Cooper, Margot Potter, Jean Campbell, and ...
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Overview

What's the hottest new trend among beaders for making fun, fashionable jewelry? Epoxy clay! Foxy Epoxy explores the unlimited potential of this fun material. It's so easy to work with: just mix, model, and embellish. There's no need for baking or firing. Popular author, blogger, and designer Kristal Wick covers all the basics, from the minimal equipment needed to the simple techniques. Forty fabulous projects—20 by Wick and 20 by other leading designers such as Candie Cooper, Margot Potter, Jean Campbell, and Andrew Thorton—will inspire crafters of all levels.
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“Anyone with a small amount of jewelry making experience could learn something here…Plus, for those who have lot of bead stringing, bead weaving, wire working, or other types of jewelry experience but have wanted to do something a little different, I think there is a lot in this book to offer them since they can combine epoxy clay with whatever jewelry they are already making.” —About.com Jewelry
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781454707585
  • Publisher: Lark Crafts
  • Publication date: 6/4/2013
  • Pages: 136
  • Sales rank: 541,546
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Kristal Wick, an international award-winning designer and one of the CREATE YOUR STYLE with SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS Ambassadors, is the author of Fabulous Fabric Beads (Interweave). She has created two DVDs, Mixed Media: Beaded Bracelets with Fiber Beads and Crystals, Resin, and Wire and Mixed Media: Jewelry Making with Handmade Beads, Crystals, Resin, and More! Kristal has appeared on HGTV and on the PBS shows Beads, Baubles and Jewels and Quilting Arts. Her designs have been featured in over 30 magazines and publications. Wick lives in Seattle, WA. Learn more at kristalwick.com.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 2, 2014

    I loved this book for the style in which it was written, as well

    I loved this book for the style in which it was written, as well as some really good techniques and tips on using the various materials.
     It's a great idea stimulator as well.......it's a great resource for either learning epoxy clay techniques, or for the more advanced artist to get more insight and tips on what else one can do with the products.  I would recommend this book to anyone.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 18, 2013

    What a great book! Many projects to help get started. The step b

    What a great book! Many projects to help get started. The step by step instructions make it easy for anyone to do, especially jewelry artists new to epoxy clay.

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