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Jewelry Upcycled!: Techniques and Projects for Reusing Metal, Plastic, Glass, Fiber, and Found Objects Paperback – April 12, 2011
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"Upcycling (recycling commonplace items that would normally end up in the trash into something beautiful or useful) continues to be trendy, and this mother-daughter team capitalize on the trend with this fun collection of jewelry. The projects are divided by media. Some materials (such as fabric) are easier to work with than others, but you'd be hard-pressed to identify the everyday items in some of the more striking pieces." --Library Journal
About the Author
SHERRI HAAB is the bestselling, award-winning author of more than twenty books, including The Art of Metal Clay, The Art of Resin Jewelry, and Sherri Haab Jewelry Inspirations. Sherri teaches crafting seminars throughout the United States and around the world. Her daughter MICHELLE HAAB is an experienced crafter and the co-author Dangles and Bangles. To find out more about Sherri’s classes or to see what’s new on her blog, visit SherriHaab.com.
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Bottom line: Another great book by Sherri Haab - made even better with input from Sherri's daughter, Michelle Haab. Both women are clearly talented in both design and teaching, making it a pleasure to read/work from their book. Great job, ladies!
A few areas were just not workable for me: tshirts made into brooches that looked like wadded up socks when done (ick). And necklaces made from plastic bottle bases just came out cheap to me.
That being said, everything else is great and clever and a launching pad to more designs. I'd recommend this highly, but it'll make you want to comb through everywhere to find neat objects to use.