Tuesday, January 19, 2010

SE4 – Fourth Silver Color How To e-Book

Have your stash of silver glass put away not knowing what to do with them? Ever wonder what base glass to use with silver glass? Want to know what effects you should be able to get with Double Helix Aurae or Reichenbach 104 Silver Brown (as well as many others)? Love to have the tips to how to work them? SE4 is loaded with information that will help!

- 80 pages plus cover
- over 200 beads with description
- list of silver glass by manufacturers
- index for each silver glass used in the booklet
- silver glassmakers featured: Double Helix, Effetre, GTG, Lauscha, Precision 104, Reichenbach 96 and 104, StrikingColor, TAG, Gaffer, Kugler, Zimmerman and Bullseye
- step-by-step instruction on striking silver glass with photos
- step-by-step instruction on reducing silver glass with photos
- please note that this e-Book does not contain any beads made with Ekho

S E 4 - pdf version

This is the Low-Resolution Version of SE4 – Fourth Silver Color How To e-Book and is for viewing on your computer. You may also print one (1) copy of this using your printer at home. No authorization will be given with this version to print at a service bureau such as Kinko's. Please make sure you have high-speed internet connection. Instant download is available here on our Blog!

– instant download for $19.00
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S E 4 - printed book version
The spiral bound, printed book format of SE 4 - Fourth
Silver Color How To e-Book is available at lulu.com for $48.00 plus shipping.

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S E 4 - CD version
The CD version contains a high-resolution pdf of SE4 – Fourth Silver Color How To e-Book, as well as an authorization letter, also in pdf format, to print one (1) copy of the booklet at a service bureau, such as Kinko's. This CD version will be mailed to you via first class USPS shipping within one business day after purchase. Please allow two business days for international shipping. $27 + $2 shipping and handling.

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To determine if you want a high-resolution or a low-resolution version:
High-resolution = good quality, crisp, and sharp images Even if you don't plan on taking this to a service bureau to print, as long as you have a decent inkjet printer at home, this may be the version to go with. Low-resolution = for viewing on your computer monitor If your home printer is just adequate or if you only plan on viewing the pdf on your computer monitor only, then this version is perfect for you. Hope this helps!


Unknown said...

I was wondering if you planned on combining all of your "Silver Color How To E-Books" into one volume? I would love to purchase these but cannot do so at this time. Is there one that you would recommend over the others for someone who is an advanced beginner? I have been doing this since May, but I have been researching since then into various color combinations and what makes this color do what it does. I need help with the silver colors because short of just looking up online that specific color combination (which sometimes is hard to find), I would love to know how to tell which colors do what and which other colors are the best to combine with them. Thanks for all your help.


enVision said...

Thank you for your interest, Marge! When a customer arranges ahead of time, I usually give her/him 10% off if she/he purchases all four SEs at the same time. If you just want to have one, I'd recommend SE4 as the first one to purchase!