|Amazon Price||New from||Used from|
Jean Campbell is a freelance craft editor and author. She is the founding editor of Interweave’s Beadwork magazine and has written and edited more than 40 books. Jean has appeared on the DIY Jewelry Making show, The Shay Pendray Show, and PBS' Beads, Baubles, and Jewels where she gives how-to instructions, provides inspiration, and offers crafting advice. She lives in Eden Prairie, MN. Visit her online at http://www.jeancampbellink.com.
This one is good, the other great and the projects can be tweaked into Steampunk style jewelry.
This is a great book with very nice photos and lots of ideas that make creating Steampunk Jewelry a lot easier for this retired jeweler!
The instructions were well written, the illustrations were good, and the photography of the jewerly was crisp.
My husband bought this for me as a gift. I love looking at it over and over again to get my own ideas for my own jewelry making style. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Crazdwriter
I bought this book with high expectations. If you want some interesting photos from the Victorian era, and a long treatise on tool usage and techniques, followed by some very basic... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sharon Ortlepp
As I branch into this style of jewelry, this book is nice for my library. It has great photos and seems relatively easy to follow once I get time to do so.Published 3 months ago by Always Learning
This is a great book overall...wonderful compilation of not only jewelry making, but little blurbs about Steampunk in general. I found it very interesting. Read morePublished 3 months ago by A. randall
If you have worked with jewelry then you really don't need this book, it covers the basics. There were a couple of pieces that inspired me. Read morePublished 4 months ago by cindyia
This book is a steampunk lover's delight, especially for a woman interested in how this style translates to personal adornment. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Ellen Archer
This is a great book. It has great ideas and shows you on making Steampunk Jewelry. I use it for ideas for my clothing/jewelry I design out of recycled materialsPublished 5 months ago by Krys Jeffrey-Wagner
This book Is well made with it's information about the genre and the styles and instructions. I would recommend this book.Published 5 months ago by Linda Ditta
A good introduction into retro-futurist steampunk culture (Paul DiFilippo, Abney Park, etc.) and a practical workbook to use as you begin your steampunk explorations. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Rob Fitzgibbon