Thursday, January 13, 2011

Book review and giveaway: Metal Clay Origami Jewelry

Metal Clay Origami Jewelry: 25 Contemporary Projects (Lark Jewelry Books) 

Calling all metal-heads! Have you been wondering what was the next new thing with metal clay?  How about origami?

Metal Clay Origami Jewelry: 25 Contemporary Projects by Sara Jayne Cole will introduce you to an amazing combination of art forms.  Using metal clay sheet, Sara introduces us to 25 gorgeous projects that will leave you gasping in awe.  Metal clay sheet, says Sara, does not dry out so that you've got plenty of time to make your pieces perfect before firing them.  And guess what?  I've got a SIGNED COPY of this Lark Publication book to give away!!

***FREE STUFF ALERT***

Would you like to win a free copy of Metal Clay Origami Jewelry?  Just leave me a comment below and you'll automatically be entered.  If you tweet or post on Facebook or other social spots about the contest, you can leave a second comment and be entered twice!  Please please please make sure that your link will lead me to an email address, or else I won't be able to contact you.  No contact, no win, and I simply have to go on to the next person.  Deadline: January 20, 2011 

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17 comments:

a rose is a rose said...

i've been dying to use metal clay. this book looks like a wonderful starting off point for ideas!

skygrazer/Christy said...

Cool :) I've got a friend who does origami and I gave her a couple sheets of pmc paper. She made the cutest little rabbit. I'd love to see what she could do with some of these designs.

Kim said...

Wow I would love to try that. Love the project shown on the cover, especially the ring
Kim

Noemi said...

It looks amazing! I will be getting my kiln soon. And I am sooo looking forward to start using PMC. And I will definitely give pmc paper a go.

Faiths dream said...

I have some pmc but I am afraid to use it this book would be a great motivator to use it. It would take the fear out. Teri

Carole said...

This looks interesting. I like the lengthy drying time.

Cathryn said...

This is new and exciting! I'm not in the giveaway--but just making rounds to visit everyone before the Bead Soup Party. A giveaway...Hmmmm...that gives me an idea!

SANDRA ELIZABETH YORK said...

I love PMC...work in it all the time. But I have never tried the sheets. Would love to see what can be done & how to do it! Thank you for the opportunity and for your wonderful blog. I enjoy reading your writing! If I happen to win you can email me at sandiandmartin@yahoo.ca
Thanks again!

Gloria said...

I would soooo love to win these!

Gloria said...

Looks like a great book. gloriasimpson@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

Deby is in the process of starting her own clay business and metal clay is new to me (I'm so excited to learn more about it) ....I have to wait awhile as I just turned '50' and have some health issues and on 1/19 I'm scheduled for an UGI. This book would give me something positive to focus on while I'm down during the healing process. This would be a blessing from God! Thank you for having this possibility to win and I have thoroughly enjoyed shopping and buying from your store.....you will be greatly missed. my email: Simplydeb1230@att.net

Mag's Beads Creation said...

It looks wonderful! I would love to try the projects.
If I happen to win, you may contact me at magsbeadscreation@gmail.com.
Thanks for the opportunity :)
Melani

Paula Lee M. said...

I have a friend who loves metal clay and all things asian. This would be a great book to win for her. She would share it with me in a heart beat! Thanks for your book review.
my email is mouski7@yahoo.com

Kari said...

I have been looking to expand my metal clay skills, this book looks great!

SueB said...

I bought a kiln but haven't used it yet. I'm a commercial sculptor, but I'd like to start working on my own projects instead of corporate commissions. This book would inspire me to get moving on those projects. SueBeatrice@aol.com

LissC said...

I would love to be in the drawing! I love books. Thanks, and great luck to all :)

Cmakoshark@aol.com said...

Fabulous book! Looks like it is full of inspiration....

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