Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Faux Metals class tomorrow at Monica's

I'm very excited to be teaching one of my favorite classes, Faux Metals, at Monica's Quilt & Bead Creations in Palm Desert (California). The workshop is pretty much full at this point, but I believe there might be one opening.
In this class I use black PolyShrink and Lumiere paints to make beautiful charms for necklaces, earrings and bracelets. Thanks to the folks at Lucky Squirrel, I'm able to provide FREE sheets of PolyShrink to my students. Thank you, Lucky Squirrel! And thanks to the folks at Jacquard, I also provide the paints needed to make our beautiful faux-metal charms. I also bring some terrific rubber stamps from several companies, heat guns (my favorite being the Heat-it craft tool from Ranger), sanding blocks, and additional supplies.
Students just need to bring their tools, wire and small beads to assemble their charms into jewelry. It's a fun class—one of my very favorites—and I'm so looking forward to teaching it.
Hope to see you there!
Happy wrapping,

1 comment:

Angie said...

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