BoHo Chic Jewelry: 25 Timeless Designs Using Soldering, Beading, Wire Wrapping and More

October 16, 2017 - Comment

Everything old is new again. Combine pieces of the past with today’s jewelry-making techniques and your own unique touches as you create 25 stylish, ready-to-wear projects. In Boho Chic Jewelry, remnants of treasured keepsakes or any pretty item you like–patterned china, etched glass, delicate lace, even an ornate spoon handle–evolve into one-of-a-kind necklaces, bracelets, and

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Everything old is new again.

Combine pieces of the past with today’s jewelry-making techniques and your own unique touches as you create 25 stylish, ready-to-wear projects. In Boho Chic Jewelry, remnants of treasured keepsakes or any pretty item you like–patterned china, etched glass, delicate lace, even an ornate spoon handle–evolve into one-of-a-kind necklaces, bracelets, and earrings. Vintage and modern have never met so beautifully, so personally, in a way that better suits the wearer.

Make the things you love into jewelry you will love forever!

Comments

L. M. Dewalt says:

Absolutely Wonderful I have always admired the unique pieces of jewelry this artist makes, so when her book, Boho Chic Jewelry, came out, I had to have it. The step by step instructions are excellent. If someone has never soldered, or foiled, or even used a ring saw, the author explains the processes step by step and even gives her readers warnings and precautions. The instructions for the individual projects are easy to follow and she gives ideas for personalizing the projects. The photographs are crisp and also…

laura garvey says:

a perfect book Laura Beth Love has nailed down the techniques in this well written, easy to follow guide on jewelry design and building,This book is a perfect transition companion and building block from my stained glass techniques to jewelry designing and creating. This beautifully photographed book in a short time added layers to my personal created jewelry which resulted in sales and requests for classes .It was especially helpful in breaking down the soldering techniques required for embellishing a…

Catherine Franz says:

I liked the book I liked the book. I did find some good information and designs. My library is large. I found some design elements in here that taught me a few things. My jewelry skill level is high. I think it fits more for a middle level. I did enjoy the book though. I know I’m hard to please when it comes to jewelry making books. If you want to enjoy a new jewelry making book, this will do just that. Read the details first to make sure this is the type of jewelry making process you want to learn…

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