Clay So Cute!
21 Polymer Clay Projects for Cool Charms, Itty-Bitty Animals, and Tiny Treasures
By Sherri Haab
(Watson-Guptill Publications, Paperback, 9780823098996, 112pp.)
Publication Date: July 21, 2009
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"Clay So Cute "shows how one of the easiest mediums--polymer clay, which need only be baked in the oven--can be sculpted into quick, simple, totally fun jewelry and accessories for tween girls--including bangles, pocket mirrors, earrings, chunky bead necklaces, and cute charms.
"Clay So Cute "teaches simple, step-by-step illustrated techniques to make 21 tween- and teen-friendly projects that are more sophisticated than "kid stuff," but trendier than the pieces found in adult clay books--from robot key chains to polka-dot ponytail holders. Using only a few simple tools and updated colors, Sherri Haab has created a collection of eye-catching jewelry and accessories that crafty girls will love. Whether making them yourself or with mom or a friend, there's a project in here that you won't be able to resist--and that all the girls in your class will want, too
Among the projects are:
Japanese Fun Foods
Bottle Cap Necklace
Wishing Stone Jewelry.
Michelle Haab is Sherri Haab's daughter. Though still in her teens, she has been crafting about the same length of time as she has been walking. Mother and daughter live in Springville, Utah.
Barbara Pollack is an illustrator and painter whose work has appeared in "Seventeen," "Girl's Life,"" The Wall Street Journal,"" "and many other publications. She lives in San Francisco.