Introduction to Polymer Clay Jewelry: 1 Session Workshop
About the instructor: Ros Harper is a woodworker who became a wood turner. She wanted embellish her turnings so she took painting classes. Then she added wooden jewelry to bowls, pens, cheese boards and candlesticks. Now she jazzes up her jewelry with colorful polymer clay. It is so much fun, she wants to show you how to do it too!
Title: Intro to Polymer Clay Jewelry: 1 Session
Instructor: Ros Harper
Dates: August 11
Day & Time: Wednesday, 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Description: In this workshop, you will see why Polymer Clay has become a popular medium for designing and creating jewelry. The workshop will include different clay brands along with the tools used to condition, shape, bake, and seal the clay. A review of some of the many embellishment techniques will be included and you will be able to create and take home your own polymer clay pendant, using the materials provided.
Fee: $45 Members; $55 Non-members
Materials: Included in class fee
Notes: COVID Vaccination required. Workshop limited to 5 students for this workshop to allow for distancing. Masks optional. No prior experience necessary!
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