Polymer Clay Jewelry Making

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ABOUT THIS EVENT
Event Category

Arts & DIY

Event Overview

Get your creative vibes flowing with this fun polymer clay art class!

Enjoy a day of mixing, rolling, molding and sculpting with the dynamic and flexible medium of polymer clay. Students will begin class with an introduction to polymer clay and then move on to explore a variety of techniques for creating your own works of art, including instruction on how to: mix colors, use a roller machine, make beads, and use molds to make a variety of projects-- from pendants to beads and beyond!

Earring hooks, chains, and other materials for your new clay jewelry will be provided. You'll make your creation in class, and have the choice of baking it at the event or at home (you'll leave with instructions on how to finish your pieces by setting them in the oven).

What to Bring

Snacks or non-alcoholic beverages if they want

Minimum age

All ages welcome

What's Provided

Yes- clay, jewelry findings, handouts, etc.

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Rebecca George

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A Cincinnati native, Rebecca studied Art History & Geology at the University of Michigan. From there, she earned a degree in Fashion Design and Marketing from the American Intercontinental University in London, England. Highlights of her career include having several pieces from her graduation collection featured in the international fashion magazine i-D (UK, Feb. 2007) and working on men’s leather pouches for the movie Elizabeth: The Golden Age (which won an Oscar for Best Costume). Her brand "purpleandlime" is a line of super-fun womenswear, jewelry, and accessories based in Chicago. She has been successfully selling her line on Etsy and in shops for three years, as well as teaching others about handmade selling!

EXPERIENCE REVIEWS

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    Jennifer M.
    Reviewed on 03/22/15

    The class was small which was great, we didn't have to fight over materials or supplies. Rebecca showed us different types of clay pieces and then broke down how to make them. The bulk of the class was spent creating our pieces and then left with the materials to finish the pieces as well as more clay to work with at home.

    The class was small which was great, we didn't have to fight over materials or supplies. Rebecca showed us different types of clay pieces and then broke down how to make them. The bulk of the class was spent creating our pieces and then left with the materials to finish the pieces as well as more clay to work with at home.

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    Dabble Student
    Reviewed on 10/10/12

    We were able to play with the clay for most of the class, and able to take home as much of it as we wanted!

    We were able to play with the clay for most of the class, and able to take home as much of it as we wanted!

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