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Steampunk Emporium: Creating Fantastical Jewelry, Devices and Oddments from Assorted Cogs, Gears and Curiosby Jema Emilly Ladybird Hewitt
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Embark on a most extraordinary expedition
MAKE HASTE AND PACK YOUR BAGS RIGHT AWAY. You're not going to want to delay this charming adventure Whilst perusing the pages of Steampunk Emporium, the harrowing antics of Miss Emily Ladybird will engage you in the most enchanting of worlds. Join her as she records the adventures of intergalactic space pirates, undersea voyagers and Jurassic explorers — all the while, dabbling in the details of which baubles best benefit the venturesome class.
20 beautiful and whimsical designs accompanied by detailed step-by-step images and meticulous instruction.
Projects ranging from decadent jewelry, medals of great distinction, wine charms for imbibers and many devices of note.
Superb instruction for a variety of jewelry, polymer clay and mixed media techniques you can use in all your adornment escapades.
Let Steampunk Emporium outfit you for the unabashed adventure of a lifetime
The steampunk genre takes Victorian charm and steam-powered machinery parts and combines that with modern day elements and technology. In Steampunk Emporium, you are introduced to the rich charm and harrowing adventures of the steampunk world. Follow along with author Jema Miss Emilly Ladybird Hewitt as she guides you through several beginning-level jewelry techniques (basic wire wraps, using basic findings and so on) as well as some basic work with polymer clay, resin, shrink plastic and other mixed-media techniques. She then takes you on a jaunt through 20 projects divided between five themed chapters, each its own fantastical story. Projects range from decadent jewelry, medals of great distinction, wine charms for imbibers, and many devices of note, all featuring authentic steampunk style and whimsy.
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