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a great new poly clay book...

Posted by ArtsyCraftsy (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 5, 02 at 12:26

"Polymer Clay: Exploring New Techniques and New Materials"
by Livia McRee, Celie Fago, Georgia Sargeant
I got a chance to see it this past weekend and just ordered one from Amazon. The projects are fantastic and there is a section on Precious Metal Clay, too!

Karen


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RE: a great new poly clay book...

HAHA.....just got this email from Amazon today......We've noticed that many of our customers who have purchased The Art of Polymer Clay : Designs and Techniques for Making Jewelry, Pottery and Decorative Artwork (Watson-Guptill Crafts) also enjoy books by Livia McRee. For this reason, you might like to know that Livia McRee's Polymer Clay: Exploring New Techniques and New Materials is now available.

Barbara Mcguire has a new book out, just published in May called "Creative Stamping in Polymer Clay." It should be on it's way to me. YIPPPEEE!!


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RE: a great new poly clay book...

Rosie- too funny! I had to check my order to make sure the sale price was there- what a deal for such a nice book.
I noticed the Barbara Mcguire book- when it come give us a review, OK? Don't know whether you noticed but they also had a new Tory Hughes book listed that will not be out til October. You can pre-order and they will ship when it arrives. I love her work!


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book review

Just finished this book and I am truly impressed. The projects are wonderful but not too difficult- especially loved the pillow box. And the section on PMC is just outstanding. The gallery of work is just phenomenal! IMO, a bargain & must-have for your poly clay library.


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