Resin Paper Wire Forms Saturday, March 2 $145  
  Deryn Mentock 9:00 - 4:00    


Student Level:
All levels welcome
Type of Workshop: Process Oriented

 
         
 

Resin is a versatile and beautiful medium for use in jewelry making. In this class you’ll learn how to work with resin, paper and wire in creative ways that will add to your jewelry making bag-o-tricks. We’ll make whimsical paper filled wire “charms” including paddles, flowers and leaves, as well as head pins. You’ll learn how to add a jewelry grade resin coating that’s durable and beautiful. I’ll also show you how to shape larger forms for use as pendants, as well as how to make my scroll links. I’ll show you my tips and tricks for using resin on paper in a wire form, as well as how to properly mix and use Ice Resin. We’ll spend some time in class making resin papers which are great for use in mixed media projects, as well as jewelry making. These elements are the perfect addition to my Bloom bangles.

This class is taught in conjunction with my “Bloom Bangles” class but can be taken independently.

Materials/Kit fee of $10 payable to Instructor at class time includes:

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Questions? Email Deryn at mocknet@sbcglobal.net
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