Rebecca's Reviews > Junk-Box Jewelry: 25 DIY Low Cost (or No Cost) Jewelry Projects

Junk-Box Jewelry by Sarah Drew
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Jul 25, 12

bookshelves: craft, ya, egalley

This is a great book for the teen who loves to upcycle. The instructions are clear and the photographs are crisp. Even if you can't get your hands on the exact items used you can use the ideas in the book for inspiration for your own projects. The projects are varied enough to appeal to a wide range. From hair accessories to pendants and natural to glittery bling, you will find something that suits your style. There are a number of different skill levels represented, so the beginner won't be scared and the more advanced crafter won't be bored.

I will be adding this book to the Dearborn Public Library collection as soon as I can.

I read this on my iPad with BlueFire Reader. I got it as an ARC through NetGalley.

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