Free Article Download: Metal-Stamped Library Book Bangles by Sarah A. Donawerth

Free Article Download: Metal-Stamped Library Book Bangles by Sarah A. Donawerth

 

“The inspiration for these bangles came from a tote bag I found online that said ‘I still believe in 398.2.’ This number is the Dewey Decimal system call number for fairy tales. It seemed like a coded message — a way of announcing to the world that I still love a happy ending and that everything can be solved with a fairy godmother or a mermaid … To capture my love of reading, I created these bangles with the call numbers of fairy tales and Jane Austen. Jane Austen has always held a special place in my heart ever since I read ‘Pride and Prejudice’ in high school. These bangles are a constant reminder of what I love about literature — clever writing and a happily ever after.”

Sarah Donawerth

Create your own metal-stamped library book bangles using the Dewey Decimal call number for your favorite books. Whether you prefer Jane Austen or Mark Twain, these delicate bangle bracelets celebrate books and are a quick and easy gift for the bookworms in your life. Get the step-by-step tutorial to make these bangles in this free article download.

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Posted: Tuesday, March 8th, 2016 @ 11:23 am
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5 Responses to “Free Article Download: Metal-Stamped Library Book Bangles by Sarah A. Donawerth”

  1. Sarah
    This is such a beautiful project and I love the notion of creating bespoke bangles relating to favourite authors or genre.
    Wishes
    Lynne

  2. chark says:

    this is beautiful and fun, these would be good for bookmarks too!

  3. Gillian Cunningham Wright says:

    Pretty bangles, great inspiration, thank you for sharing.

  4. Jean Marshall says:

    What a fun idea for gifts for members of my book group(s)!

  5. Johanna says:

    Thank you for sharing your beautiful project! What a fabulous project!

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Free Article Download: Metal-Stamped Library Book Bangles by Sarah A. Donawerth

 

“The inspiration for these bangles came from a tote bag I found online that said ‘I still believe in 398.2.’ This number is the Dewey Decimal system call number for fairy tales. It seemed like a coded message — a way of announcing to the world that I still love a happy ending and that everything can be solved with a fairy godmother or a mermaid … To capture my love of reading, I created these bangles with the call numbers of fairy tales and Jane Austen. Jane Austen has always held a special place in my heart ever since I read ‘Pride and Prejudice’ in high school. These bangles are a constant reminder of what I love about literature — clever writing and a happily ever after.”

Sarah Donawerth

Create your own metal-stamped library book bangles using the Dewey Decimal call number for your favorite books. Whether you prefer Jane Austen or Mark Twain, these delicate bangle bracelets celebrate books and are a quick and easy gift for the bookworms in your life. Get the step-by-step tutorial to make these bangles in this free article download.

Download your free article.

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