January 13, 2010

Additions to my ever growing library






Have I mentioned that I looooove crafting and beading books?? I pore over them again and again and again. It's really nice to have a large selection on hand if I'm lacking in the inspiration department. I just ordered these 3 new books this week. I'm excited to get them. They are different than books I normally pick out but I am hopeful that I will be inspired to maybe try something new.
I'll let you know how they are once I get my hands on em.

9 comments:

  1. I am so glad to know that I am not the only one with no filters when it comes to beading books! I don't have the first two, but I have had the Metal Craft Discovery Workshop for quite awhile and I am fascinated by it. I bought it before I ever worked with metals and now that I am using them, I really need to get this out and play. Or set aside a day to play. I have always wanted to change the patina on metals and this book has so many options. I really want to try the potato chip experiment!
    Enjoy the day, Lorelei!
    Erin

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  3. I've got Bent Bound and Stitched.. it's great! Very inspiring!

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  4. You know having books and publications is such a must a necessity can help inspire and get the Juices going. Good blog Lorelei Ill have to check these books out! xo

    1/13/2010

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  5. Looks like you have lots of fun reading to do!

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  6. I also recommend:

    1,000 Jewelry Inspirations: Beads, Baubles, Dangles, and Chains (1000 Series)by Sandra Salamony

    Beautifully laid out with wonderful photos

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  7. I'm an addict, too. :) Plus, now Amazon recommends new books to me all the time and I just can't resist!! Perusing pages of pretty project pictures is almost as good as digging through my own bead drawers. :)

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  8. Oh they look really great!

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  9. Dang add me to the list of Crafting and Beading books addicts. I just spent a whole two hours and 3 books richer(or rather poorer)last weekend
    at Barnes and Noble.

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