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Product Details

  • Paperback: 128 pages
  • Publisher: North Light Books (September 23, 2003)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1581803842
  • ISBN-13: 978-1581803846
  • Product Dimensions: 0.4 x 8.4 x 10.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #702,466 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Sharilyn Miller is the author of four books, including Bead on a Wire, Rubber Stamped Jewelry, The Stamp Artist's Project Book, and Stamp Art. She teaches her unique wire-art jewelry techniques throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe.

Sharilyn is also Editor-in-Chief (and founding editor) of two magazines, Belle Armoire (art to wear) and Art Doll Quarterly. Prior to her work in magazines, Sharilyn was a features reporter with The Orange County Register. She resides in Aliso Viejo, California with her two cats, Rosie and Sparkle.


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I've been making artistic jewelry with wire and beads for several years now, and I thoroughly enjoy teaching others to do the same through my books and instructional DVDs. I also teach workshops in the Southern California area where I live, and occasionally travel across the US to teach for bead stores and at shows and conventions. Lately I've been teaching quite frequently in Europe as well. So far, I've taught jewelry making retreats in Cortona, Italy, in the south of France, in Montreal, Quebec, and in Santorini, Greece, as well as near Prague in the Czech Republic. What a joy to share my passion for jewelry making with other artists from around the world!
My list of published books includes Stamp Art (1999), The Stamp Artist's Project Book (2001), Rubber Stamped Jewelry (2003), Bead on a Wire (2005), Contemporary Copper Jewelry (2009), Wire Art Jewelry Workshop (2011), and Arty Jewelry, Arty Jewelry II, Arty Jewelry III, and Arty Jewelry IV (eBooks published in 2011-2012).
My list of instructional DVDs includes Tribal Treasures Bracelet Workshop, Rings of Beauty Workshop, Bohemian Bangles Workshop, and Ethnic Style Jewelry Workshop. All of my DVDs and books are available on www.amazon.com.
To learn more about my workshops and retreats, please visit my own Web site: www.SharilynMiller.com.

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You will be inspired to create several of these projects for yourself, for gifts, and for embellishments for other work.
carol m heppner
The rest of the book has clear cut instructions for making great rubber stamped jewelry out of glass, polymer clay, fun foam, copper and many other surfaces.
Barbara McCarron
I first saw this book at the library...had to run out and buy a copy immediately so I could keep it for reference and inspiration!
L. Hess

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

42 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Barbara McCarron on October 25, 2003
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I just received The Complete Guide to Rubber Stamping Jewelry today and I love it! The first part of the book concentrates on getting started with jewelry making which includes wire basics such as jump rings, eye pins, bead connections, etc. The rest of the book has clear cut instructions for making great rubber stamped jewelry out of glass, polymer clay, fun foam, copper and many other surfaces. The instructions are well written and they are best used by crafters who already have a knowledge of working with the materials used in the projects.
This is Sherilyn Miller's best book and I highly recommend it for any one who loves to create unique rubber stamped jewelry.
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36 of 37 people found the following review helpful By carol m heppner on November 24, 2003
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Sure, it is called Rubber Stamped Jewelry, but it is more than that! This must-have book shows a wide range of techniques with well written instructions. Photographs give you a clear understanding of working with wire, rubber stamps, polymer clay, fibers, and more.
You will be inspired to create several of these projects for yourself, for gifts, and for embellishments for other work. The projects are easy enough for beginners and creative enough for the advanced.
I am glad that I have this book and it will make a great gift as well!
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35 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Elizabeth on November 3, 2003
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All of Sharilyn Miller's books are among the most popular we sell at The Stamp Lady- a paper crafts store in Massachusetts (as is the magazine she edits, Somerset Studio). In "Rubber Stamped Jewelry" her innovative ideas are matched by clear, detailed directions and plenty of excellent color photographs. Sharilyn has excellent projects in this book - really beautiful finished pieces - built around an array of tools and mediums (polymer, polyshrink, glass, tiles, etc.). The book includes an excellent "Getting Started" section which carefully details the basic techniques used throughout the book so a beginner will have no trouble keeping up. Best of all, the jewelry you will construct using her methods is simply gorgeous. Buy the book today...you have plenty of time to make holiday gifts if you start now!
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Carole Segal on July 6, 2005
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Anyone involved with creating jewelry will do well to buy this book. Sharilyn has compiled a project gallery with 20 inspiring art jewelry techniques for the novice or the advanced jewelry artist, with complete directions, clear and concise photos, and basic jewelry-making materials. The techniques and tips on rubber stamping, polymer clay embellishments, fiber art embellishments, shrink plastic embellishments and other creative embellishments are about the best you can possibly get. Included are a gallery of innovative Art Jewelry by other notable Jewelry artists in this field. A gem of a book!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By CLG on September 11, 2008
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Ms. Miller has amazing vision into designs of various media and it is great to see her compile some of her work previously published in Belle Amoire and other magazines...plus additional pieces not seen elsewhere. Going over the basics of jewelry construction is VERY basic for the most part (e.g. how to hold open and closed a pair of jewelry plies - with images!) and I feel this was unnecessary for the caliber of the book. Following this are tips on using stamps, polymer clay, shrink art plastic, metal, etc. and put them to use with jewelry designs. These sections are covered well for the beginner and good review for the intermediate to advanced practioners. Almost all steps discussed are complimented with a picture - nice to have. I had to balk at the work done using fibers, primarily as a component for the necklaces (i.e. replacing chain/beads with fibers). For the most part, this style just looked messy to me, although some may find it quite bohemian in appeal. The numerous projects were creative and often inspiring me to go in a new route with my own designs...and this fact is the key for a good book on design of any medium - inspriation/creativity. Some of the pieces/projects were a little much - too many charms, or dangles, and loose fibers - while others were simple, unique and what I would prefer to wear if I had the piece. Therefore - I would consider this book for the beginner to intermediate jewelry artist wanting to explore techniques and products other than just beads/pearls/gems/crystals/wire/chain for their designs. Plus it is great for those of us, me included, to use our abundant rubber stamp collections for implementation using various media (e.g. paper, shrink plastic, polymer clay, dominos, metal - my favorite) into our jewelry designs. I often forget this and by having this book near my work space where I make my jewelry, it is a great reminder when my creative process needs a boost.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By L. Hess on June 25, 2004
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I first saw this book at the library...had to run out and buy a copy immediately so I could keep it for reference and inspiration! Wonderful step-by-step projects. My favs are the ones involving polymer, but have figured out ways to adapt some of the other designs to my fav medium. A must have for your home library.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By K A Byrne on January 10, 2007
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Lots of ideas well supported with clear instructions for the techniques required. I was particularly impressed with how well the techniques were illustrated. This is a real plus for clarifying text.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By C. Ekman on October 23, 2007
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I bought this as a book to get me started with some basics. The first section is very detailed on basics other than stamping - some of which came in handy and I used immediately. I like the projects - although some are a little intimidating - such as the polymer clay projects - as I've never used that medium before. A little on the advanced side.
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