Here is a list of my E-books for lampworkers (glass beadmakers).
The E-books are all in PDF format. Upon payment through Paypal, you will receive an instant download link to your email.
For more information about each book, click the ‘More Info’ links. If you are ready to buy, click ‘Add to Cart’. Each E-book can also be purchased individually from its own page.
|NEW! Silver Secrets was inspired by one of my most popular workshops. It includes three full step-by-step tutorials for focal beads I teach in the workshop: The Organic Bead, The Magic Bead and The Beach Bead.It also includes an introduction on working with glass and silver, loads of tips and ideas and even special tips for working on Hot Head torches.
|100 Color Ideas for Glass Beadmakers is a compilation of 100 of my bead photos – including sets, focals and even a few pieces of jewelry. It features mainly recent work from the past year or two, but a few older beads may have sneaked in.Beside each photo, you will find a complete list of colors I used in each bead (or set).
|Think Pink is an E-Book about one of my favorite glass colors: Rubino Oro. Rubino, a gorgeous transparent fuchsia which is also a highly reactive glass, can be used in different ways to produce a multitude of effects. The book includes loads of photos and information, many ideas to spark your creativity and two full step-by-step tutorials: the Flower Child Bead and the Barbie Bling Bead.
|Sarah’s 12 Favorite Color Schemes is the result of much research and experimentation, its 12 pages include color combo recommendations, special tips, photos and more.
|11 Things to do with Goldstone is all about goldstone (also known as aventurine) and how to incorporate it into glass beads. The book includes loads of photos and information, many ideas to spark(le) your creativity and eleven full step-by-step tutorials, ranging in level from beginner to advanced.
|Making Mandala Beads focuses on one of my favorite bead styles: Mandala Beads. The book includes six tutorials, three for different types of cane and three for elaborate Mandala disk beads. The book also includes information and tips and tricks about working with Bullseye glass, as well as a collection of my favorite color combinations.