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Precious Metal Clay is a revolutionary new material developed in Japan. It contains microscopic particles of pure silver in a claylike substance. It can be rolled like cookie dough, cut with a cookie cutter, molded by hand or even thrown on a potters wheel. When fired the binder fires away and you are left with pure silver.
This book contains over 30 easy projects from jewelry to embellished candles to decorated lampshades. There are also great party and gift ideas.
Along with step by step projects, there is a section on finding your inspiration and developing your sense of creativity.
This book contains a foreward by Tim McCreight, well known author, metalsmith, teacher and consultant for the manufacturer of PMC.
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We know of no one that has tried PMC that has not loved it! The hardest part is always thinking of an idea to try. While this book will show you how to make many projects it will aslo help guide you to develop your own designs and projects.
The book is written in a light, easy to read fashion. You'll find yourself occasionaly laughing as you read along.
At the end of the book you will find a resource section for purchasing the PMC as well as places that will fire ot for you if you don't have your own kiln. If you own a kiln there are detailed instructions on how to fire the PMC.
A portion from the sale of each book goes to The Kelly Anne Dolan Memorial Fund, a national organization that provides for uninsured costs for the families of seriously or terminally ill children.About the Author:
Peggy Linial owns a Paint Your Own Pottery Studio. After discovering the ease and versatility of PMC she added it to the studio so that individuals could make their own silver jewelry.
Peggy became certified by the PMC Guild in 1999 and began teaching classes in PA. She has been featured on the Discovery Channel's show Home Matters demonstrating projects in PMC. She makes her third appearance this fall.
Lindsay Stoms discovered her love for PMC a few years ago when she began hosting children and adult PMC parites with Peggy. She also became certified by the PMC Guild in 1999. Lindsay teaches frequently throughout PA where her designs can be seen.
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Book Description Morpheus Publications, 2001. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0971248605