Paper Jewelry Projects for Reusing Paper With detailed instructions templates and colorful photography this book shows how to craft paper jewelry projects Colorful and graphic designs range from necklaces brooches earrings and brace

  • Title: Paper Jewelry: 55 Projects for Reusing Paper
  • Author: Barbara Baumann Flurina Hodel
  • ISBN: 9780764348525
  • Page: 143
  • Format: Paperback
  • With detailed instructions, templates, and colorful photography, this book shows how to craft 55 paper jewelry projects Colorful and graphic designs range from necklaces, brooches, earrings, and bracelets to hair accessories Learn how to find inspiration in a wide variety of recycled papers Projects re use maps, stationery, comic books, cardboard, magazines, and even caWith detailed instructions, templates, and colorful photography, this book shows how to craft 55 paper jewelry projects Colorful and graphic designs range from necklaces, brooches, earrings, and bracelets to hair accessories Learn how to find inspiration in a wide variety of recycled papers Projects re use maps, stationery, comic books, cardboard, magazines, and even candy wrappers The various projects appeal to a wide variety of aesthetics, from the traditional and refined to the contemporary and flamboyant There are also projects for a wide range of skill levels, making this an inspiring and practical book for everyone from beginners to established jewelry artists.

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    192 thoughts on “Paper Jewelry: 55 Projects for Reusing Paper”

    1. I can't say enough how gorgeous this book is. Would be PERFECT as a gift for the crafter in your life. Beautiful pictures and full of great ideas. So impressed!


    2. Paper Jewelry: 55 Projects for Reusing Paper by Barbara Baumann is a free NetGalley ebook that I began reading in late May. Lately, art books have been hit-and-miss for me (particularly knitting pattern ones, since they effectively tell me that my skill for knitting flat with straight needles is not up to par). Hopefully, this one might be a little different.The setup for this book is, in itself, very decorative without coming off too kitschy or overwhelming. It effectively and inspiringly infor [...]


    3. This book has a lot of cute ideas for making jewelry out of paper. The photos included are really beautiful. I would love to wear some, but unfortunately I have neither the time nor inclination to put forth as much effort as most of these designs require. I also wonder about the durability of most of them- seeing as how they are made of paper and all. I love the idea of collecting and repurposing paper scraps, but I question the author's suggestion of cutting up a Bible to make jewelry. I think [...]


    4. I love this book!A great way to make jewellery from found and purchased paper.Newspaper, sweet wrappers and bought art postcards are just some of the items used.An inexpensive way to update your wardrobe!Very simple, clear instructions to make individual pieces.Very highly recommended.This digital copy was given to me by the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest, unbiased review.


    5. I was asked to give an honest review of this book on NetGalley.Interesting but quite complex paper jewellery. I enjoyed reading more than I would like the making process. It's an interesting way to recycle paper, needling few tools. I may pursue the idea in the future.Well presented, good illustrations but so far not tempted me to try making any projects. Edited, I have tried 2 projects from the book!


    6. I am always looking for recycled book crafts and this book is perfect for me. I found so many ideas that I can not wait to try. The projects are simple and very low cost. I can see children to adults loving these projects. Directions are clear and easy to follow.


    7. Part of my weekend ritual involves removing the myriad of leaflets, flyers and other promotional stuff that keep getting stuffed into our newspaper. By the time I’m finished I’ll have half filled the litter bin. Fortunately our local council has a weekly collection so the rubbish gets recycled rather than being dumped in a landfill site. Now if I was Barbara Baumann I wouldn’t discard all this paper but would turn it into something more decorative – like bracelets and necklaces.In the fo [...]


    8. SUMMARY: This books give the ins and outs of making jewelry from recycled paper. The author shows you how to get familiar with different types of paper and how to work with it. She includes 55 projects ranging from necklaces and bracelets to barrettes and earrings. The back includes tools and supplies you might use as well as a glossary of paper techniques. The book is fully illustrated with photographs and step by step instructions. It is translated from GermanVIEW: I would call this book a beg [...]


    9. I'm a homemade book binder so I end up with loads of scraps of nice papers. I was really looking forward to this book and getting some ideas of how to use them. Unfortunately, while the ideas were intriguing and the photography done well, I didn't really get anything from this book. Many of the final projects were.h? like something worn by a child? bulky? not at all durable? I tried one of the intriguing folding necklaces and it was a steep learning curve to figuring out exactly how this folded [...]


    10. Oh what fun this book is! The author points out that on any given day fifty different types of paper go through our hands. She mentions several, and I'm sure you'll think of more. It may totally change how you look at your”trash” from now on!Then we are treated to designs using many varieties of paper, as well as candy wrappers, coasters, cards, cardboard, gift wrap, and even cigarette filters! We are provided color photos, patterns, and detailed instructions to make all manner of wearable a [...]


    11. This really could be a nice book for teachers and/or parents trying to teach children some new ideas about papers (but beware when working with scissors or needle!) I think kids (especially younger) could love the ideas.But, from a perspective of a grown woman I don´t think the jewels presented here are wearable. So think more fun than the real and lasting handmade.The ideas used are quite common, none of them is especially innovative. On the other hand, they are quite approachable, you don´t [...]


    12. Interesting projects for  a dedicated crafter or jewelry artist to try might be a little advanced for a real jewelry beginner but great for creating something different.  Unfortunitly for high cost of the book I don't think I would purchase it because a lot of the projects would be more art then wearable jewelry.This review was originally posted on Books In Brogan


    13. I did receive an ebook to review through NetGAlley. This is the type of book I definately desire in hard form. I could sit and page through the ebautiful photos and projects for hours, if I had that much time to relax.I did attempt a couple of the projects and this book has given me ideas for many others. I can see using different materials or patterns and getting fantastic results.This book is a wonderful starting off point. Following the great directions and ending up with a nice gift builds c [...]


    14. This is one of those books that you can absolutely indulge in browsing. I loved how the author explained her personal motivations for working with paper and how you can do so anywhere (even in a caravan on holiday!) with minimal tools. I particularly loved the mini books and the advanced techniques with paper that I would not have thought of myself. This book has definitely got me thinking about everyday recyclable materials and how they can be used in my crafts. Inspiring!


    15. This is a fabulous book, such great ideas and jewellery that I would not be ashamed to wear anywhere. The projects are well explained and easy to make, reusing paper that would end up into the recycle bin. I particularly like the items made from newspaper and the brooches made from the wallpaper. A book full of ideas with wonderful photos.


    16. While I fear getting the jewelry here wet, the ideas presented are pretty common and not outrageously difficult. The projects shown used very common materials such as, maps, newspapers, etc.Therefore, projects presented and information provided was ok. Nothing in here blew me away and haunted me to make it.


    17. Filled with intriguing ideas for paper jewelry and other paper based projects, Paper Jewelry will be a nice resource for artists as well as hobbyists. The book has abundant photos of each project, with tips and alternatives for readers to peruse. The last sections show details about jewelry production, tools, materials, and techniques that will be helpful to experts and beginners alike.


    18. I was really looking forward to reading and reviewing this book but after reading it unfortunately for me there was not much that I would want to make. It does have some good ideas but overall I was personally quite disappointed.


    19. most of these designs are tacky and unwearableI don't believe I've ever seen a cigarette filter necklace! or the starbucks coffee cuff now turned braceletally?


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