Begin your journey into the wonder and fun of making your own jewelry with this cute bracelet and earring set featuring top-of-the-line crystal pearls and beads from Swarovski. You will learn the essential techniques of turning a professionally-looking wrapped loop, long-lasting finishing techniques designed to make your jewelry last, and tips and tricks of the trade with respect to tool usage. Several color ways will be made available for you. Already know how to make jewelry? Inquire to see if we have this set available in kit form so you don't have to buy entire strands of pearls or tubes of Swarovski to complete your own set. What a great Mother's Day set this would make for someone special in your life! Need another day and time? Call us at 614/933-8948 to schedule something to suit your schedule.
$27.50More information about BA1710A: Beginning Bead Stringing Swarovski Bracelet and Earrings
Create this unique centerpiece with seed beads and cool columnar shaped two-hole beads. Add a bail to complete a necklace, as shown, or use as an integral piece in another work you may want to make. One customer turns these into scissor fobs! What will you do with yours? Assorted color combinations will be available from which you can choose. Basic bead-weaving skills are suggested for best possible outcome from this class.
More information about BB1611: Square Donut Pendant with Brie Bampton
This lovely bracelet utilizes the new Czech glass two-hole carrier beads to sport some fine bead-weaving embellishments. It's got a thread path interesting enough to keep you engaged; yet it doesn't take long to create. Anyone experienced in working with needle and thread should be able to complete this bracelet before going home. All supplies are included in your class fee. Please specify a color preference when you register, and we'll pull a kit for you.
$45More information about HO1820: 6PM on the 5 Carrier Bead Bracelet with Helen O'Donnell
Use your peyote stitching skills to create this wonderful spiraling necklace. Reminiscent of bead crochet and kumihimo, this design is sure to be one you'll create time and time again in assorted color ways. All materials are included in your class fee, and you'll have a choice of at least two colors shown.
$35More information about BB1820: Peyote Necklace with Brie Bampton
Fall is here; winter is right around the corner. It's time for a coat brooch to sit on your collar! This mini-workshop kicks off our "Quickie Projects for a Gifting Season" series focusing on quick-to-make projects during this busiest time of year. We'll create this mixed-media brooch from cabochons and buttons handmade by Helen, along with assorted other bits and bobs. Only prerequisites are the ability to thread and sew with a needle, along with basic glueing ability. We'll have a wide variety of supplies from which you can choose, to make your brooch uniquely yours.
$15More information about QP1801: Quickie Projects Coat Brooch with Helen O'Donnell
What to do with all those clip earrings from the eighties! Use one of them on this quick and easy-to-make fabric-based necklace! You supply the earring, we'll supply everything else. This mini-workshop is part of our "Quickie Projects for a Gifting Season" series focusing on quick-to-make projects during this busiest time of year. We'll create this unique swingy over-the-head necklace with au courant tassels and batik fabric.
$15More information about QP1804: Quickie Project Go-go BoHo Necklace with Helen O'Donnell
Who wouldn't enjoy discovering a personalized hand-decorated little book in their Christmas stocking? You'll decorate two books using an assortment of techniques, papers, and accoutrements. This mini-workshop is part of our "Quickie Projects for a Gifting Season" series focusing on quick-to-make projects during this busiest time of year. All materials are included, but you are encouraged to bring anything meaningful to you that can be used to add to your very unique and personal expression.
$15More information about QP1803: Quickie Project Little Stocking Stuffer Books with Helen O'Donnell
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