Wednesday, April 9, 2008

Make Workshops in April, May & June

just finished these custom feather earrings last
night for a special order. sa-weet!

Here is the info for the workshops I'll be teaching over at Make! She just added one more--an earring workshop coming up in a few weeks on Thursday April 24th. She also called me a genius, which is pretty nice.

From the Make Website:
make earrings: one-night workshop

jewelry design genius deborah stein (the lady behind brooklyn-based bonbonoiseau) will be here to teach her signature "assemblage" moves. learn how to work with basic tools to design and assemble jumprings, find and measure chain, make wire findings and create wearable art by incorporating vintage beads, charms, old jewelry and semi-precious stones. the class will be structured in 2 parts: we'll provide all the supplies you need for the first meeting and hold an in-depth discussion re the supplies required for the second class. the second night will be spent fashioning a finished necklace and/or bracelet for you to wear home or give to a loved one. (psst! deborah will also be selling well-loved items from her stash.)

two 2-hour classes

$140 + additional supplies TBD at first class

A wed may 14 | 21
6:30pm – 8:30pm

memento assemblage: necklaces and bracelets

learn how to form metal wire with jewelry pliers and delicate hammering and string semi precious beads in this one-night only jewelry workshop with deborah stein of bonbonoiseau. to make things easy and fun, we will lend you pliers and create a kit for you which includes metal wire, head pins, sterling silver earwires and enough beads to make at least 2 pairs of earrings in class. plus you'll have the skills to create many, many more! (psst! deborah is also going to bring stuff to sell from her enviable stash!)

one 2-hour class

$80 + $15 for supply fee

(we'll have everything for you at class)

A wed
apr 23
6:30pm – 8:30pm
B wed jun 04
6:30pm – 8:30pm


The sign me up buttons don't work here--you may have already noticed that if you clicked on one. To register go to the Make Workshop website.

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