Giveaway: Steampunk Emporium: Creating Fantastical Jewelry, Devices and Oddments from Assorted Cogs, Gears and Curios

Yes! The peeps at North Light Books have bequeathed upon me a copy of Steampunk Emporium: Creating Fantastical Jewelry, Devices and Oddments from Assorted Cogs, Gears and Curios by Jema “Emilly Ladybird” Hewitt to give to one lucky reader of Recycled Crafts at! Can I get a whoo-hoo?!?! The author Jema was kind enough to do a little Q & A with me which I posted over at Sweater Surgery along with a fun quick and easy gear and Swarovski crystal earring project.

The details: Leave a comment here by Midnight June 16th, 2011 and you are in the running for a copy of Steampunk Emporium. The fine print: Open to USA residents only.


  1. Doris says

    Would love to learn more about steampunk – wondered why i bought those watch parts years ago.

  2. Lizbeth says

    This sounds like a very interesting book. Count me in. Thank you for the opportunity.

  3. says

    I would love to get this book!!! I’m doing Steampunk costumes this fall. Steampunk is such an interesting mix of Industrial Revolution and Victorian elements….Thanks so much for offering this!!!:)

  4. Curtis says

    How odd…a friend was just asking me a few days ago about doing a steampunk take on a popular sci-fi series…this would be a nice boost to the concept!

  5. Scheherezade says

    I’ve seen this book at the craft store & it has some awesome ideas. I love the way it touches on a lot of different aspects of steam.

  6. Kristina Prince says

    I make steampunk accessories, this would be a great idea inspiration book!

  7. Frances says

    I have been looking for a book like this. I like your ideas and follow you blog. Steampunk makes useful so fun.

  8. jacqueline koudry says

    Wow! Another book I need to add to my library. Wouldn’t it be great to win it.

  9. Janice G. says


    I discovered Steampunk about a year ago when a designer I work with was doing a production of Othello in Steampunk. We all had a blast putting the costumes together and I’ve been trying out Steampunk techniques on my own ever since.

  10. julie m says

    i like gears and goggles and crazy machines, so steampunk is a natural. always like finding new books to read.

  11. Shubic says

    As a costumer, this would be a valuable tool! Pick me, pick me! :-) Love Victoriana & Steampunk!

  12. karine kersh says

    What a fabulous genre steanpunk is! I would love to have this book to spark my creativity!

  13. Cara says

    I love books like this! I was eying it and the one on steampunk jewelery every time I go to the book store. Besides I need more ideas on goggle and necklace building.

  14. Karen J says

    This book looks so great! I absolutely LOVE steampunk jewelry and would love to make some myself!

  15. Kat says

    steampunk fun. need to accessorize for 20,000 leagues under the sea upcoming steampunk convention

  16. says

    Oh I would love to win this book ! I have been collecting “stuff” for awhile now, this looks like a great book to get it all together . Thank you for the chance to win one.

  17. KC Chatham says

    I am a costuming project leader in our local 4H club. We have recently been learning about steampunk and this book would be an asset to our project. Our next project is a victorian costume and making our own jewelry and such, would be very educational.

  18. Dottie Rubalcaba says

    I LOVE LOVE LOVE STEAMPUNK! So many talented unique artists! I would give my watch to win this book!

  19. Donna A Grimm says

    i would love a copy of your book,this is what i think i use as my alot of my project.
    which is anything that fits with the design or theme.

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