Image Transfers on Wood Jewelry
5 Have Dabbled
Arts & DIY
Make amazing lightweight pendants by transferring found images onto wood. You will be supplied with the materials to make a necklace for wearing your interchangeable pendants. You will learn the basics of transferring images with tape and gel medium and attaching a clasp to a cord necklace. I will have a selection of transferred images on hand for you to use at the beginning of the class, then while your pendant or pendants are drying, I'll show you two different techniques for converting found images into beautiful embellishments to add to wood pendants and other art and craft items.
Each class attendee will receive a printout with a written tutorial for that class so if you forget anything we learned you can refer back to it later. Jewelry tools will be available to borrow during the class and some tools and supplies will be available to purchase if you want to continue working on your own.
At each class, there will be at least one door prize randomly awarded to an attendee – probably a craft supply item of some type that relates to the theme of the class. Past prizes have included a necklace kit, a polymer clay frame kit and a craft stencil. That’s my way of saying thank you for coming!
It's not necessary to bring anything but it's a good idea to wear old clothes in case there is a glue mishap. If you have found images on glossy papers like magazine or catalog cutouts, or laser printed copies, you can bring those as a source for images.
I will provide wood pendant blanks, gel medium, images, packing tape, findings and parts for at least one necklace. I will have tools to borrow during class.Cancellation Policy
Schnarr's Hardware - Webster Groves
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Carolyn can't remember a time when she was not involved in arts and crafts in some fashion. She has over 10 years experience designing rubber stamps and selling them in her online shop. She has taught crafts privately and volunteer taught art and craft workshops at the former Open Door Art Studio, serving clients with mental illness and disabilities. Her education includes a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree and among her professional experiences are 15 years as a graphic and web designer. She has exhibited in many arts and crafts shows and written dozens of craft tutorials, some of which have been featured on craft product manufacturer web sites or craft publications.
Here is an archive of most of Carolyn's self-published art and craft tutorials - http://carolynsstampstore.com/catalog/project_ideas.php
Carolyn is also the editor of and a contributor to a gardening e-newsletter.