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« on: May 16, 2010 05:15:24 PM »

** I am in no way associated with the people who wrote, contributed, published or in other ways are attached to this book...I just bought it myself and wanted to share my own lil "review"

I was at Joann's this weekend (of course  Tongue ) with my handy dandy 40% off coupon. I came across this jewelry book: A Charming Exchange: 25 Jewelry Projects To Create & Share by Kelly Snelling and Ruth Rae.

It has beautiful pictures of different projects that came about as round robins, collaborations or straight swaps with different projects detailing different charms, additions and pendants.

Frankly, a lot of the items were beyond my scope in skill level/technical skills, but they were SO nice looking and interesting, really stirred the brain juices. They used mixed media to make charms with fibers, beads, wire, found objects etc.

If anyone else has/came across this book I would love to hear your thoughts on it.
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