Who says booze and fire don’t go hand in hand?? Handle both in this fun (and safe) workshop where you will be introduced to the basics of jewelry making while sipping on your preferred beverage of choice. You will learn how to make a simple ring using the techniques of sawing, soldering, polishing, and different surface finishes. This is a great workshop to relieve that stressful day at work or just to get together with a few friends and have fun learning a new skill. We'll bring the bling, you bring the booze!
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|Materials to bring||
Beverages of choice. Snacks are welcome too. Please no hard liquor.
|What will be provided||
All materials necessary to create a basic ring will be provided.
4825 N. Western Ave., Unit AChicago, IL, 60625
Leesa A.Booze & Bling: Make & Take a Ring (BYOB)
We learned step by step the process of fabricating a custom ring. It was fun, easy and fulfilling! This class is a winner!
Jennifer O.Booze & Bling: Make & Take a Ring (BYOB)
Awesome class! Really great instructor who was patient and helpful. We had so much fun and love the rings we made.
Liza H.Booze & Bling: Make & Take a Ring (BYOB)
Had such a blast in this class. The instructor was very informative and helpful and I left a class with a super neat ring. I would definately suggest this class for anyone wanting to learn to work with metal :)
Shayna S.Booze & Bling: Make & Take a Ring (BYOB)
All of my questions were answered and I made an amazing ring. It was a great class.
Rachel C.Booze & Bling: Make & Take a Ring (BYOB)
My friends and I had such a great time making our own rings. Tina was a great teacher and very accommodating. What a great way tot spend a Saturday evening with friends!
Sarah M.Booze & Bling: Make & Take a Ring (BYOB)
Who knew there were so many steps to making a ring! The class was very fun and my ring looks great! It did turn my finger green but I'm going to try the clear nail polish trick and see if that helps.
Tina has worked in the fine jewelry industry since 2010 and has been designing for her own line since 2013. In efforts to find her niche between the two worlds, she began noticing a big gap between her fine jewelry day job and the independent world she moonlighted in during the nights. The knowledge and resources available seemed unapproachable or even unknown to the 'small-time' folks and she felt a need to bridge this gap. In addition, she often worked alone in her studio and craved for a community to share and cry with about the triumphs and failures experienced with running your own business. For these reasons, a few failed spaces, and hundreds of long days later, she created Tytin Jewelry's studio and shop.