Level: beginning to advanced
Time: 2 hours
Make these great earrings in 2 hours! Minimal supplies needed. Beginning to advanced level seem to love these. To expand the class we can add several types of earring hooks to make it an all day event!
Take a hand full of mixed media and learn how to solder, drill and punch it! Robin will teach you how to make this stunning show stopper of a charm bracelet with techniques like soldering, hammering words onto metal, punching and drilling holes into coins, dice, plastic and metal as well as cutting metal shapes and basic wire wrapping . This is a process oriented class....in other words depending on your level of knowledge you may or may not finish it completely but you'll have a pocket full of techniques to take home. All supplies are provided except jewelry pliers (wire cutters, round nose, chain nose and flat nose). Please bring your soldering equipment if you have it. Please contact me before class if you have questions.
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Nationally known mixed media instructor,designer and published artist, Robin Dudley-Howes was recently described by the creator of Glitterfest Los Angeles, Sheryl Simpson, as “The little lady with a gypsy heart and skills of a ninja master”.
Robin is owner and operator of Dudley-Howes Designs and online store shadesofakasha.etsy.com Her inquistive creative side came out around the age of 5 and continues to be the passion and driving force for all things artful which currently extends to teaching and creating mixed media jewelry, art dolls, assemblages, painting and creativity in general. You’ve probably seen her work in magazine publications such as Somerset Studio, Jewelry Affaire and Somerset Studio Gallery along with recent articles in Art Doll Quarterly and a feature how-to of her Santos Cage Doll on the cover of Cloth, Paper, Scissors. Fly on over to her nest for exciting updates on her latest adventures, class schedule and future online classes!