Jewelry Basics

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ABOUT THIS EVENT
Event Category

Arts & DIY

Event Overview

Learn basic jewelry assembly techniques while creating one necklace and one bracelet. You will learn how to attach clasps on jewelry stringing wire with crimp beads, how to make a loop attachment, how to open and close jump rings and how to embed an image of your choice into a glass pendant. Class price includes materials. A variety of beads and images will be provided, but if you have any particular beads or images you would like to use you can bring them. Tools will be available to borrow so you can complete the two pieces and some tools and supplies will be available for purchase if you want to keep working on your own.

There will be one surprise Door Prize during each class! It will be a supply item that is related to the project we are working on in that class.

What to Bring

Students are not required to bring anything but if they want to personalize their jewelry more they can bring some of their own beads and images on paper. Jewelry pliers will be available to borrow but if they own some they can bring those too.

What's Provided

Jewelry findings, images, glue, necklace chain, bead stringing wire, beads, loan of tools.

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MORE ABOUT YOUR HOST

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.

EXPERIENCE REVIEWS

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    Nikki R.
    Reviewed on 06/24/16

    Loved both the class (Jewelry Basics) and the teacher! We made a bracelet and a necklace, and I felt that I learned at a lot of great techniques. I also LOVE my new jewelry. The teacher was also very friendly and helpful. I definitely plan on taking more classes with her in the future.

    Loved both the class (Jewelry Basics) and the teacher! We made a bracelet and a necklace, and I felt that I learned at a lot of great techniques. I also LOVE my new jewelry. The teacher was also very friendly and helpful. I definitely plan on taking more classes with her in the future.

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