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Jewelry Boot Camp
Saturday–Sunday, May 4-6, 2018


A three day weekend of introductory level jewelry classes offers a range of techniques and styles from funky to fine. Use this weekend to explore different approaches, improve on or learn new skills, network with other jewelers, and leave with a lot of new ideas and jewelry.


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Jewelry Boot Camp

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18A512B - Fold Forming Copper Earrings
May 4, 2018
Friday, 9am-noon
David Wollangk


18A512B - Fold Forming Copper Earrings


18A512B - Fold Forming Copper Earrings
 

With fold forming techniques, you can create organic and interesting 3D formed metal shapes from flat metal sheet using only simple tools. In this workshop you’ll start with roofing copper from Menards and create leaf forms for earrings. You can fire color or patinate the earrings and you will attach rings and ear wires. You can also add a freshwater pearl to each earring if you choose.

Materials fee includes copper for 3 pair of earrings.

Level: Novice and above


Tuition $55
Materials Fee $15


Meet the Instructor: David and JoEllen Wollangk


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