This isn't a beginners book. It's more of a personal journey with some advanced techniques sprinkled in. I love it. It addresses some of my personal design challenges.
For example, I love assymetry, but I have trouble balancing my designs. June addresses it with some words of wisdom, some tips and advice that even my little pea-brain can understand.
June address lots of other interesting topics and techniques too:
Translating the spritual into jewelry
Using resin to make collage pendants
Making something called an "infiinty twist"
Making molds and precious metal clay pendants
The aforementioned assymetry design tips
Gosh making this list makes it sound almost mundane! A String of Expression is anything but. It's a really good solid book with beautiful picture and designs that are sure to spark hidden creativity and ideas buried within you.
Please, support June Roman, jewelry artist, who sounds so sweet and lovely, and get her book if you can.
Things I'll Need for This Necklace:
And here's what I'm shopping for today:
Everything else, I already have (I think!) Wish me luck!
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